Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Oh yeah, If YOU write a Java program (applet or servlet etc) you can run it in Internet Explorer (a Microsoft product). But do it fast. They are "thinking" about removing the JVM from their browser. They are REAL ticked off that Sun won the lawsuit against them, so now they are out to get even.
Perhaps we should be looking more at Netscape Navigator as a browser.
Originally posted by Nathan Pruett:
" with the Sun/M$ court battle that has been going on recently"
Originally posted by faisal mahmood:
.Net is not released yet, but I don't think it will be as big as J2ME+J2SE+J2EE. MS is far behind on this. Don't you realise J2 is improving very fast. Just look at the new feature of J2SE 1.4 to find out more.
This guy is skipping without a rope. At least, that's what this tiny ad said:
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