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Takiona Muiteasi
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Greetings:

Currently we have J2EE as our standard enterprise-wide platform . I'm in the process of weighing out the pros and cons of using ASP.NET as pluggable services in terms of Build vs Buy (Applications), When and When Not to Buy, the feasibility of integration, interfacing, if there'll be situations where J2EE based solution is not available but .NET solution exists or may can be developed with minimal amount of resources or justifying TCO. We hardly have ASP.NET based developers, so would it make sense to hire such expertise or out-source such projects. What are your thoughts? Can we have a discussion? Thanks in advance.
 
Mark Spritzler
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"General Error"

Please click on the My Profile link above and change your display name to meet the JavaRanch Naming Policy of using your real first and real last names.

Thanks

Mark
 
Takiona Muiteasi
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
"General Error"

Please click on the My Profile link above and change your display name to meet the JavaRanch Naming Policy of using your real first and real last names.

Thanks

Mark


Done. Can I ask why you are so uptight about names? Does it have anything to do with discrimination? Because you do realize that real name kinda draws the picture of one's background. Do you practise discrimination e.g Mohammed, Wan, Kantovara should be 'watched'? If not then what gives. You don't have to answer this question if you don't have anything intelligent to say sheriff. your gun is no good.

Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:


"I believe you can have both. and sometimes, in order to have both, you need both."


Is this your answer to my post? If its not, well its not. If it is you should include a section on your FAQ on "How to post smart answers" and study that section extensively
[ June 29, 2006: Message edited by: Takiona Muiteasi ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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