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Are you (or will you be) developing with with .NET?

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  • Really rather not. (22 May 2003 00:00)
  • No need right now, but if it gains traction in the enterprise server space, then we'll have to deal with it. (25 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • So .NET is a publicity stunt? Could be, but oversimplified religious-type-of-arguments do not make a better world either. (23 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • Only if it would be portable and cheap as JAVA :) (16 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • A poll as this one on java website will naturally go against .NET.Mr Hunter, you could have chosen poll on somethingelse. (12 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • It's unlikely given my aversion to locking myself in to a single company's deal, but if there's something that i absolutely have to have, then I could see myself using it. (30 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • Have to learn the fundamentals (24 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • Let's wait first for some real advantages of .NET. (16 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • i m presently workin on J2EE Platform. not sure right now. (15 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • Java is better! (14 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • Prefer J2EE (12 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • I like .NET but I'm not sure if I need it yet. I most likely will use it. I'm first learning the main internet languages, then going into more complex ones. (3 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • what is .net? (22 Jul 2002 00:00)
  • I do not intend to be handcuffed to any single software company. -TW Vice President of System Architecture (16 Jul 2002 00:00)
  • I'm still worried about the stability of Windowns-based Server. (11 Jul 2002 00:00)
  • Not soon it ever, The many headaches and quagmires encountered prohibit it. (5 Jul 2002 00:00)
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  • if it'll be as stable as the java is, than ok (12 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • If I do use .Net it won't be out of choice.. more because at the low end of the industry all the self-taught hackers have VB / Delphi / Visual Studio skills (12 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • I was the technical editor for 5 .NET books and really don't think its worth all the hype. I'm not anti Microsoft, but I definitely prefer Java over any MS languages. (11 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • We've discussed .Net in our recent Java class. Our instructor understands that much of the C# language resembles Java, so we're all going along the right track if we want to run with .NET in the future. I've been a little hesitant to do much with Visual Basic because it seems like many companies are just getting started with .NET and I'd likely inherit some old Visual Basic code while some of their resident developers work with .NET. Concerning development costs, Java still seems more economical for those of us consulting or learning because of the free and easy availability of the Java SDKs and great free or low-cost IDEs like NetBeans and JBuilder. Thanks for the great Java servlets books and for the web site! They are helping me migrate ovver from Perl to Java. (6 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • frankly speaking i have nt explored .net so much as to be able to start developing in that, the reason may be ... i m v v happy and satisfied with java ... (3 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • Primarily with J2EE for the webservices projects that I know of. The only focus on .NET is for the small possiblity that a customer would want such a project. (29 May 2002 00:00)
  • Microsoft are BAD PEOPLE! (28 May 2002 00:00)
  • As soon as an open source version is available. (26 May 2002 00:00)
  • If I have no other option then yes. Although really, I don't want to contribute towards the continued success of a convicted monopoly or any other organisation that stifles diversity, creativity and innovation. (24 May 2002 00:00)
  • Depends on what my employer wants. (22 May 2002 00:00)
  • It would be folly to ignore an emerging technology. I do not like microsoft but there is no doubt they have the marketing clout to make .Net a success despite its weaknesses (22 May 2002 00:00)
  • If my employer asks me to do .NET, I will. Otherwise, I will hang on Java (14 May 2002 00:00)
  • shit (13 May 2002 00:00)
  • It's inevitable. (19 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • I dislike VB, prefer OO languages, so I am giving C# a go if only for the Visual Studio Wintel apps. My heart is with Java, my head says mix the two. Although C# brings no real added value, we do need a decent Java/Swing RAD tool to compete with Visual Studio. (17 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • If I have to. (15 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • If I can help it, I will avoid it. (15 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • looks like company wil definitely be moving to Java technologies. Reason: proven, large base of developers (15 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • Too much into J2EE (10 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • If the market wants it, I'll do it but I'm not jumping on the bandwagon. (9 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • .NET doesn't work outside of NT. That's the problem. (8 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • who can see the future - have no need to go .NET but maybe I will have to... (8 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • for now, j2ee rules (7 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • If I can avoid it, I will. (7 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • If its the only way I can stay in work (4 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • we use it as my customer need! (2 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • j2ee on server side with .net clients (22 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Reluctantly. I believe it to be 90% marketing hype at the moment. Java is a better alternative (or native C++). (21 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Can't see any compelling reason to use .NET. Is there one? (21 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I'd rather keep away from MS altogether (20 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Are there any free development platforms for .NET out there? (19 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I'd rather not! (19 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Is it worth it? Java has a level "barrier to entry" for programmers. .NET is expensive to get started in, considering the tools. (18 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Possible if .NOT comes to UNIX. I would say "No way!" but I've learned to never say never. (11 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • If it is really good thing, and doesn't tie me (in anyway) to Microsoft products. (11 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • As with any MS solution, I'll wait until version 3.x before spending much time on it. (10 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Although our primary development will remain with Java/Servlets, we'll use .NET as needed to integrate with other systems in our production environments (8 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • No current plan, want to avoid if possible (8 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • But I'd prefer not, customers tend to be interested in it because it Microsoft. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Not on the radar yet. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • but y shud i...!!! (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I'll take a look at some point, probably via Mono. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Never say never! (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Only if the need is really there. I'm quite happy with IBM/Sun and it's java. But if the market calls for it(I'm a consultant), I'll be there. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Never say never! (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Although, I really like java and related technologies, I will use the tools that best suites the requirements and make my job easier -- be it java, .Net or something else. However, I do hope that open source initiatives and commercial (e.g, Sun, IBM, Oracle,...) offerings continue to make java a viable, accessible, superior(?) alternative. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Currently there is no need as we can solve all of our stuff in a pure UNIX/Java environment. If we have specialized client-side things to do, looking at .NET might become a possibility -- if we don't outsource that kind of work to avoid the learning curve. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I would probably use it for integration purposes thru SOAP..not much further than that... (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • As fashionable as it is (especially among Java people) to hate Microsoft and their products, I believe most of us will eventually be using .NET and even C#... (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Who knows where the wind blows? (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • eventhough i am a java addict i dont know whether in future we all may have to start using .NET. The marketing genius of Microsoft can never be underestimated (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • There may be customers with a heavy commitment to Microsoft technology (already running IIS, Exchange) that will need solutions. I'm going to update my copy of Visual Studio to .Net, which I haven't used in over two years, as a precaution. (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • .NET is definately coming and we will develop on it! Leave prejudice aside and the market will dictate our choices. (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Sun is pissing me off with the old SCP thing. And in this economy, I've got to think about job portability. C# is such a rip off of Java, why not get my fingers dirty? (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • if they force me (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
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