.Net and Java Technology Comparison

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.NET & Java Comparsion Activity
Zeferino Reyes
CSS - 422
December 12, 2011
Nasser Alaeddine

.NET & Java Comparison Activity In this written document will focus on the advantages and disadvantages or the use of .NET technology in use compared to the use of JAVA Technology as Software Architecture, (University of Phoenix, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005). .NET technology is the means to “connect” meaning connecting software, people, structures, things like printers, networks, computers, anything one can think of, (Getdotnnu.com, 2004-06). JAVA Technology is known to be adaptable where it can connect computers to networks, mobile phones to the internet, and game consoles such as the new Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii to the internet to access web browsing, built in plug in like Netflix to watch movies, and to other consoles for online gaming like the popular shooter Call of Duty. Advantages of .NET technologies are that it has the ability to grab internet servers that web services and tools such as internet apps or anything that can produce these services. One profitable feature of .NET is its ASP.net technologies that allows for the making of additional websites and net services that exist on the .NET infrastructure, (Getdotnu.com, 2004-06). Another powerful advantage of .NET technology is the ASP feature is that it creates construction sites, services and applications and does not require as much coding as the older coding in the beginning. A disadvantage of the use of .NET is its lack of support on several platforms or multiplatform to be exact. Another disadvantage is which can be very detrimental is that .NET can be reverse engineered meaning the code can be reversed and basically the code copied just rewritten. With technology in several aspects existing everywhere, mobile phones, televisions, receivers, blue tooth,…...

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