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Your thougts on jini.

 
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what are your thoughts of jini technology. do you think it will influence the future of networking, do you think its a piece of paper not thought out? tell us what you think. Although I don't have any expirence with jini, from what i have read about it, it sounds to me that it will determine the future of networking and should have more people in the category.
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Definitely it is having future. See the person who invented this technology , Bill Joy , who is visionary par excellence . Very few people like him take birth on this earth. It will definitely change the future of networking. Javaspaces & other Java Management services will definitely hold promise. But , the infrastructure can be bottleneck.
You can start from Sun site. You can have a lots of resources on www.jini.org. Another good site will be Bill Venner's www.artima.com. There are manyt other good sites.

[This message has been edited by shailesh sonavadekar (edited November 23, 2000).]
 
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Be aware, though, that currently there is no support for JINI in the Connected Limited Device Configuration. A number of people are working on schemes to get some kind of JINI support for Palms and cellphones.
 
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