I have been working on projects and teaching/mentoring gigs solid for
4.5 years now.  I am having my best year ever this year.

I do Java/SQL/JavaScript/HTML/Struts/WebSphere/Tomcat...  There is
always a mainframe and/or AS/400 in the mix.  My niche is Legacy
Integration, and teaching AS/400 shops these technologies and best
practices.

There are definitely two main camps of development.  One is Java and the
other is .NET.  It is soundly apparent that there is a place for both at
this time.

Both products are relatively new as far as being prime time for business
applications, but they still both have their strengths and weaknesses
compared to RPG and Adabas or CICS.

Kristen


-----Original Message-----
From: consult400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:consult400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Carl Galgano
Sent: Sunday, July 11, 2004 6:09 PM
To: 'Consulting on the iSeries / AS400'
Subject: RE: [Consult400] How/where is the action? Or is there any?

Java?  Believe me guys and ladies, I am not putting down java, but it
seems
like java is not all the rage as it once was.  But perhaps I am out of
touch
as well.  I have once java program that runs on my production system,
and in
my opinion it is a very poor performer.  I do not know if this is
indicative
of java or my box, but I am wondering how whole systems based on java
perform?   I am not totally an old geezer (I do mess with some net.data
stuff), but I never understood the hype behind java.  Kristen, are you
keeping busy with java projects?
cjg

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