JNBridge to Demonstrate Java and Microsoft .NET Interop Solutions at JavaOne
Microsoft Corp. will showcase JNBridge Interoperability Tool in Booth at JavaOne
Boulder, Colorado, US—June 27, 2005—JNBridge, a Java and Microsoft .NET interoperability solution provider, today announced it will co-exhibit and demonstrate its Java and Microsoft .NET technology interoperability solution in the Microsoft booth (#440) at JavaOne 2005 in San Francisco.
JNBridge will also join Microsoft in presenting a technical session on interoperability. JNBridge CTO, Wayne Citrin, and Microsoft Solutions Architect Kevin Wittkopf will lead session TS-3367, “Interoperability Between Java Technology and .NET: More Than Just Web Services,” at 2:30PM on Thursday, June 30.
JNBridgePro enables software developers to join anything Java together with any .NET-connected software across the platform boundary, whether the Java and .NET Framework-based components are running in the same process or over a network.
Simon Guest, senior program manager at Microsoft Corp., said, “I think I speak for all of us attending JavaOne when I say there is a great interoperability story between Java and .NET technologies, and we feel that JavaOne is a great conference where that story can be told.”
“We’ve always said that in the real world it’s not Java or .NET, it’s Java and .NET” said Wayne Citrin, JNBridge CTO. “We’re excited that the wider community is starting to feel the same way, as evidenced by all the interop sessions at JavaOne.”
JNBridge, LLC, was founded in 2001 to supply software developers with a full line of Java/.NET interoperability tools that enable fast and seamless integration of pure Java code with Microsoft .NET components and applications. JNBridge is headquartered at 3024 Jefferson St., Boulder, Colorado, 80304. The company can be reached at 303.545.9371 or via its web site: www.jnbridge.com.