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"On the relative advantages of teaching Web services in J2EE vs. .NET"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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On the relative advantages of teaching Web services in J2EE vs. .NET

Edward Gehringer, North Carolina State University
Sandeep Kachru, Blackbaud, Inc.

J2EE and .NET, the two leading Web-services platforms, provide comparable development environments through rich and extensive APIs and powerful tools. The choice between them will often depend on local factors, such as languages and OSs used in teaching. We provide a flowchart to help educators make an informed decision.