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Comment: Re:Java.. (Score 1) 817

by defkkon (#14330728) Attached to: Learning Java or C# as a Next Language?
How is this modded informative? The parent posts no links or arguments to backup his assertion. There must be a lot of M$ employees loitering around here.

Its modded informative because its true. My assertion that .NET has excellent support for developing web services corrects the parent post, and therefore is informative.

You want a link? http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/

You can develop the skeleton of a web service using a dozen lines of code in .NET using both C# and VB .NET (although I still don't understand why MS decided to keep that antiquated language around). Creating and consuming data from web services is a snap, and is actually one of the major considerations when Microsoft developed the .NET platform. If you can get past all the marketing mumbo jumbo, check it out. http://www.microsoft.com/net/default.mspx

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