ASP.NET development saves 25% of resources compared to J2EE

In an interview to CNet News.com Novell's VP of development, Miguel de Icaza, founder of Linux GNOME project, talks about resource efficiency when comparing ASP.

In an interview to CNet News.com Novell's VP of development, Miguel de Icaza, founder of Linux GNOME project, talks about resource efficiency when comparing ASP.NET with J2EE: "We did a study at Ximian when we were trying to find customers for Mono. We found that people said that it was 25% more efficient to build in ASP.Net, because they have to do all this academic crap (with J2EE). Microsoft later funded a similar study and they came up with 30%. We interviewed about 25 customers about why would you buy Mono, why not J2EE, and we came up with that."

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