A Look back at the History of .NET Interop

Posted by: All About Interop, on 27 Mar 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Check out the last few weeks worth of blog posts here.  One on .NET and Google's Social Graph API.  Another on .NET connecting to OpenID.  Another on JSON, another on JMS. When I started this blog, there were people out there who knew, they were certain, that .NET apps could not connect to systems built with non .NET technology, or could not connect to systems built with non-Microsoft technology.  This was accepted as fact.  I spoke with customers daily who accepted this...

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