Why Interop? Why would you want to connect Java and .NET?

Posted by: All About Interop, on 06 Oct 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Ted Neward has penned a column addressing Why organizations should be concerned with Java and .NET Interoperability.   In essence, he says: While there is nothing you can do in .NET, than you cannot do in Java, and vice versa, both Java and .NET have their strengths.  Therefore we should want apply the platform in domains where it is strong, and then interconnect them where it makes sense. I don't know if I completely agree with Ted's  take. It seems simplisitc and...

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