JNBridgePro 5.1 released

JNBridgePro 5.1 is released! Version 5.1 adds support for .NET Framework 4 and a plug-in for Visual Studio 2010. JNBridgePro 5.1 supports multi-targeting toward .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0. Download a copy here. While you’re at it, check out our revised site design. We hope you like it, and find it easier to navigate.

JNBridge Customer Survey Results

We’d like to extend our sincere thanks to everyone who participated in our recent customer survey. Your responses were thoughtful and helpful! With the caveat that the respondents are self-selected and not otherwise randomly representative of any population,  here are some of the resulting numbers. In which direction do you use JNBridgePro? .NET calling Java […]

JNBridge at JavaOne: We’ll be exhibiting and giving a talk

JNBridge will be at JavaOne in San Francisco this coming September 19 through 23. We’ll be exhibiting, and we’ll also be giving a talk on our cross-platform transaction capabilities. We’ll post the scheduling details as soon as we know them, but in the meantime here’s the talk’s title and abstract: Title: Bridging Transactions from Java […]

Why Interoperability Must Succeed for the Cloud to Survive

During the past two years, not a week has gone by without several press releases, blogs, editorials or articles about cloud interoperability crossing my electronic desk—€”enough to qualify the term as an official buzz-word. The problem is that ‘€˜interoperability’€™ has several meanings, a not surprising observation given that the term usually requires an asterisk next […]

Two Talks at JavaOne 2010

We’re getting ready to present two talks next week at JavaOne. Come join us if you can! (We still have some Discover passes left, contact us if you want one.) The first talk is part of the “Unconference”: Interoperability issues in the cloud… and how to solve them 1PM Tuesday 9/21 Hotel Parc 55 – […]