I guess I could've seen this coming after they worked with Microsoft for several .NET vs J2EE petstore performance tests, but it still took me by surprise now that it happened: The Middleware company announced the launch of TheServerSide.NET: "Your Enterprise .NET Community". I'm sure some Java stalwarts would consider this blasphemy and treason, but get over it: Java and .NET are both excellent technologies that deserve objective coverage instead of a holy war attitude.

Considering the success the Middleware Company has had with, I'll definitely be following TSS.NET. They even have a rss feed to make this easy.

With Ted Neward as the editor-in-chief and interviews with Don Box and Scott Guthrie already posted, they're off to a great start.

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The betray their origins in their rss feed as it still shows the subject as Java,J2EE.

Posted by none none at January 14, 2004 11:23 AM

Luke, you are truly the Ghandi of component technologies. Can't we all just get along? ;-)

Btw, a Linux IDE for .Net comes tantalizingly closer to fruition.


Posted by Jason at January 14, 2004 12:27 PM
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