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Java Gains SOA Ground on .NET

When it comes to crafting SOA services, .NET has a slight -- very slight -- advantage over Java. As of now, 31 percent of SOA developers code in .NET, with 28 percent writing in Java. But Java is closing the gap and may surpass .NET if the trend continues.

To my mind, Microsoft has been too quiet about its SOA offering and plans, and this isn't the best way to recruit developers.

In a recent Redmond cover story, Microsoft went into some detail about its SOA strategy. Check it out here.

Posted by Doug Barney on August 13, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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