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News: J2EE vs. Microsoft.NET: Join The Live Debate On Radio Oracle

  1. J2EE and Microsoft.NET are being promoted as platforms for building Web services. But how do these two choices really compare? Tune in to Radio Oracle tomorrow, October 12 at 10:00 a.m. on Oracle's E-Business Network, and join Ed Roman, CEO of The Middleware Company, author of Mastering EJB, for a J2EE vs. .NET debate.

    Roman, who is also the author of "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans and the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition," will compare the two choices businesses have for building XML-based Web services in neutral, unbiased way. Radio Oracle is an audio-only show available online. Listeners are also invited to telephone in during the show to talk directly to Ed Roman and share feedback and questions. The telephone number will be provided in the show pop-up window during the live broadcast. Brought to you in part by Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL - news) and Compaq Computer Corporation (NYSE: CPQ - news), the E-Business Network is the place to keep pace with e-business.

    Check out the J2EE vs. .NET debate live
  2. Thanks to Ed for a great presentation.

    I didn't catch it live unfortunately, or I would have raised a question on
    -performance
       +are there any issues
       +if so, how will they be overcome ?
       +how would one provide a web service with reasonably high throughput (hundreds of transactions/ 30 seconds)