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internetnews.com: IBM, JBoss Deny Java Connection

Sep 25, 2003, 20:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jim Wagner)

"IBM officials Thursday discounted a report the company was in discussions with JBoss Group to develop J2EE specifications around aspect-oriented programming (AOP) to counter Microsoft's .NET framework popularity.

"'The connections (the writer) made were not true,' said Laurie Friedman, an IBM spokesperson. 'They're working on a project; we're working on a project, but to say we are working together is not true.

"'We are in fact investing in aspect-oriented programming, because we think it's good for Java and more importantly, good for our customers,' she continued..."

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