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faisal mahmood
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The following shows you why J2EE is better than J2EE.
Micro$oft is using WebServices only for $$$
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Microsoft is developing out a business model for the new .NET service. This model will include everything from pricing to its Web services.�
Microsoft has announced that it will charge users a subscription, with the focal point designated to Microsoft's Passport authentication service for the entire set of services. However others services like calendar and document storage will be free. The main revenue will be the Microsoft's Office productivity software and MSN Web portal. They will be two of the central platforms for Web services where Microsoft will charge a subscription fee.�
Developers are encouraged to begin making and deploying their own Web services based on the .NET technology now. Developing with this technology, the companies will end up paying $10,000 per year, and $1,500 for each application that is developed based on .Net My Services.
 
sridhar satuloori
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Read this article Microsoft patents ones and zeros
http://www.theonion.com/onion3311/microsoftpatents.html
 
Fei Ng
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Originally posted by sridhar satuloori:
Read this article [b]Microsoft patents ones and zeros
http://www.theonion.com/onion3311/microsoftpatents.html
[/B]


is that article for real???!!!
 
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