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By arungupta on Mar 31, 2006
Microsoft and Sun engineers have been working very closely in the recent months to ensure interoperability of enterprise features. This will ensure that Sun's Project Tango, that will be released on java.net and installable on Glassfish, will interoperate with Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation (aka Indigo) out-of-the-box. After achieving great interoperability results between the two companies in the recent plugfest (Nov '05, Mar '06) meets conducted at Microsoft campus, Microsoft expressed interest in participating in the JSRs relevant to their enterprise feature.
This is an extremely pleasant surprise to the entire developer community since Microsoft's participation in the JCP will ensure that Microsoft can interoperate, not only with Sun, with the entire Java platform.
Interoperability between Microsoft and Sun products, as mentioned above, is a reality but every thing else said above is only wishful thinking since this blog is written to celebrate a special day of the year.
Happy April Fool's Day!
Arun Gupta is a technology enthusiast, a passionate runner, author, and a community guy who works for Oracle Corp.
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