News: Goldman Sachs & Co. to build reusable J2EE Component portal

  1. Goldman Sachs & Co. plans to build a Web portal that will let its 4,000 developers worldwide share software Java and J2EE components written in-house and even by competitors. The new portal will also represent a shift in methodology at Goldman Sachs towards building proper J2EE components rather just straight coding against J2EE APIs.

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  2. Who wins this deal? Weblogic, Websphere, etc?
  3. As a investment bank, GS has 4,000 developers worldwide?
    I cant believe it!
  4. It's going to be very interesting if they can even share code internally. Nevertheless externally.
  5. AFAIK, GS are a WebLogic shop.