Application Interoperability - Microsoft .NET and J2EE. Patterns Practices

Peter Laudati, Microsoft Corporation
William Loeffler, Microsoft Corporation
David Aiken, Arkitec
Keith Organ, Arkitec
Anthony Steven, Content Master Ltd.
Mike Preradovic, Intrinsyc Software
Wayne Citrin, JNBridge, Inc.
Peter Clift, VMC Consulting

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Peter Laudati, Microsoft Consulting Services
William Loeffler, Microsoft Platform Architecture Group
David Aiken, Arkitec Ltd.
Keith Organ, Arkitec Ltd.
Anthony Steven, Content Master Ltd.
Mike Preradovic, Intrinsyc Software
Wayne Citrin, JNBridge, LLC
Peter Clift, VMC Consulting Corporation


Chris Sfanos, Microsoft Platform Architecture Group
Sameer Tarey, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Prashant Bansode, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Manish Mendiratta, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Rohit Sharma, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Nancy Fabiana K., Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Paresh Gujar, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Sameer Aras, Infosys Technologies Ltd.


RoAnn Corbisier, Microsoft Platform Architecture Group
Tina Burden, Entirenet


Gianpaolo Carraro, Microsoft Corporation
Simon Guest, Microsoft Corporation
Sandy Khaund, Microsoft Corporation
Arvindra Sehmi, Microsoft Corporation

Application Interoperability. Microsoft. NET and J2EE
Application Interoperability: Microsoft .NET and J2EE: Microsoft(r) .Net and J2ee (Patterns & Practices)
ISBN: 073561847X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 104 © 2008-2017.
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