With Microsoft pushing .Net as an easy alternative to J2EE, Sun Microsystems is fighting back with a strategy designed to make J2EE more accessible to programmers at all skill levels. InfoWorld's Tom Yager and Tom Sullivan spoke to Rich Green, Sun's Vice President of Tools, about how the company is reaching out to developers.
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Microsoft's approach integrates a full set of enterprise services into the Windows Server 2003 operating system. The company's product manager for the .Net developer platform, Dino Chiesa, doesn't believe Sun Microsystems Inc.'s new tools-centered strategy will bring J2EE up to par with Microsoft's fully integrated approach. He spoke with InfoWorld's Tom Yager and Tom Sullivan.