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which is the best platform for WebServices?

sridhar satuloori
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I just want to know which is the best platform for Webservices as sun came up with sun one and Microsoft .NET
faisal mahmood
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No one know it yet... I would prefer SunONE as it is already being used in the industry. Also, .NET is beta and quite new.
Even soon after .NET comes out it will not in in much demand as companies would not be able to find experienced people for a long time in this new world.
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Johannes de Jong
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It will also depend if the company is an Microsoft shop or not. Heck if you have a whole bunch of Mircosoft technology guys working in you IT deperment youre stupid not going the .net way and vice versa.
As for to really know which is best. Its still early days.
faisal mahmood
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Originally posted by Johannes de Jong:
It will also depend if the company is an Microsoft shop or not. Heck if you have a whole bunch of Mircosoft technology guys working in you IT deperment youre stupid not going the [b].net way and vice versa.

As for to really know which is best. Its still early days.[/B]

Even the company can be a Microsoft shop - having a lot of Microsoft qualified engineers, this does not make new things easy for these engineers.
To me for software development these are the categories:
* Quick and small applications - Visual Basic
* Enterprise application - Java, J2EE and CORBA
* Real-time or performance applications - C++
* Web application (small) - ASP
* Web application (enterprise - eCommerce) - J2EE
* etc...
Which market .NET would like to capture. Of course the enterprise market where Microsoft is quite new.
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