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Do .NET Applications Run Better on Java?

  Asked By: Daryl    Date: Feb 25    Category: Java    Views: 1956

Mainsoft's cross-compilation software establishes C# 2.0 and Visual Basic® as fully supported languages by the Java Virtual Machine...
But perhaps even more interesting than the new release, a report of a performance study that suggests a .NET application actually performs better after being cross compiled and deployed on WebSphere than it does running as the original .NET application.



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Answer #1    Answered By: Kuhlbert Schmidt     Answered On: Feb 25

because there is a lot of good academic and industrial work done on optimizing JVM in different universities and strong companies like BEA, IBM, Oracle.
3 years ago Microsoft published a small portion of .net framework on FreeBSD in hope to get momentum from academic society which never got a considerable attention from software  society.
lots of people predict that java  may be replaced by other languages  in future, but Java will stay as a platform which other languages (like groovy or ruby) may run  on it.

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