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More articles by Wayne Citrin

Author Bio
Wayne Citrin is the CTO and co-founder of JNBridge, makers of Java and .NET interoperability tools. He has been engrossed in Java and .NET interop issues since .NET's earliest days and is an expert on interoperability issues regarding connecting the two platforms. Previously, he was a leading researcher in programming languages and compilers at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a researcher at IBM's lab in Z�rich, Switzerland. Citrin holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in Computer Science.
For Enterprise Zone | October 22, 2009
Mixing .NET and Java technologies with web services is often easy, but for many tasks web services are not the solution for Java/.NET interoperability.
For Java/.NET Interop Special Report | January 21, 2004
As the frequency of .NET and Java applications increases, we're headed for an interoperability imperative—we have to get both sides to work together. One way to do that is by adding an interoperability layer that gives .NET direct access to Java classes.
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