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From "Jerry Birchler" <>
Subject RE: JSP vs C#/.NET
Date Tue, 02 Sep 2003 03:01:32 GMT
M$ thinks they can take on the US justice department and doesn't mind
offshoring jobs from the US. I'd say that the eventual backlash of that
political reality will hurt them if the majority of American people believe
that can they elect people who will represent them--That could be a stretch.

Otherwise, .Net will take hold and dominate, especially if Sun Microsystems
and IBM does nothing to improve the performance of the virtual machine, and
the US Congress does nothing to protect its citizens from the exploits of
globalization. Oddly enough, the few IT jobs I see in America these days are
both .Net and Java.

I love Java, but I am willing to learn .Net as means to survive a hostile
market. In fact, I have already written my share of C# and VB.NET. It makes
me sick, but I'm not going to obselete myself. Let's just hope that the US
government goes after Linux for the obvious reasons and that this push
results in the advances that us Java lovers  would all benefit from.

-----Original Message-----
From: Xingqun Jiang []
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 4:12 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: JSP vs C#/.NET

Sorry, guys,

I posted this messages a few days ago. And I don't why it comes up again.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Xingqun Jiang" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 4:16 PM
Subject: JSP vs C#/.NET


I am a pure java supporter. I don't like C# or .Net because of Microsoft's
monopolization (sorry, kind of prejudice). However, I notice that more and
more people pick up C#/.NET due to their new advantages. I also heard that
C# is much faster than Java. My concern is, can Java/JSP still be
competitive to Microsoft's products? I don't like to see java be beaten by
Microsoft since it borrowed so many ideas from java to make up the so-called

ok, feel free to talk about this topic.


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