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Microsoft Evangelist Peter Laudati Joins "Real-World Java Seminar" Faculty

Peter Laudati's Presentation to Focus on .NET and Java Interoperability

It is uncommon for an enterprise NOT to encounter multiple environments. Among the more notable and common combinations is that of .NET and Java. Questions this session addresses include: What can .NET interoperate with today? What can .NET not interoperate with today? Interoperability means Web services, right? Yeah, but are Web services slow and/or insecure? Which Web services stacks work together? What will the future bring?

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Speaker Bio: Peter Laudati, the "JrzyShr Dev Guy," is a Developer Evangelist with Microsoft, based in the New York/New Jersey area. His blog can be found at http://blogs.msdn.com/peterlau/

Real-World Java Seminar is sponsored by CodeGear

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Java News Desk 07/16/07 08:11:02 PM EDT

It is uncommon for an enterprise NOT to encounter multiple environments. Among the more notable and common combinations is that of .NET and Java. Questions this session addresses include: What can .NET interoperate with today?