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question for jonathan

 
chris coleman
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Jonathan, when look at today and you predict the state of J2ME three months from now, on a competitive level with the dot net compact framework.. what areas do you see it ahead, equal, behind. Ease of environment and application installation, ease of conifurability, level of integration with the platform, speed of application development, and compatibility with the already existing server based enterprise applications and code. Which one do you expect will make the end user feel the most satisfied with their mobile computing experience?
 
Michael Yuan
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Hi Chris,
Jonathan was here for the book promotion week. But I think I can answer your question about the .NET Compcat Framework. Check out the following two articles I wrote for JavaWorld. Please note that I did have Microsoft experts commenting on the drafts. They are happy with the write-up. So, there is no Java bias here.
A comparison of the philosophies, approaches, and features of J2ME and the upcoming .Net CF
J2ME and .Net Compact Framework in action
 
Pavlin Mihalev
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Hi,
in my humble opinion three months are very little period to change anything in the state of J2ME. I am more concerned what will be the situation when MIDP 2 becomes reality in the market.
Best,
Pavlin
 
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