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Re: .NET systems need software architecture too

I can just state that I made the same observation. A average Java programmer cares more about quality and architecture then a .NET programmer does (i've been developing .NET for 7+ years) But .NET has become more relevant in enterprise application development, and will proceed to do. I hope more and more experienced Java architects with open minds will use their skills in .NET, especially ALT.NET projects in the future. I don't think we can expect Microsoft to do anything about it - except for delivering an "free" application server (Dublin).

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