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Similar experience, my employer at the time, as MSCP had access to an early version of the framework, even before the first Beta versions started to appear on magazine CDs.

We were in the process of migrating our in-house stack (Apache/TCL) to J2EE, cancelled the project before it even started and decided to go .NET instead.

Back then, as Java fan I used to criticise .NET a lot as Java clone like many of us perceived it.

Now 15 years later I have more fun doing .NET projects than Java ones. :)

However I do enjoy both stacks more than any other alternative.




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