[TO]What's the big deal with EJB? [Re: PEP scepticism]

Ville Vainio vvainio at karhu.tp.spt.fi
Thu Jul 5 15:42:56 CEST 2001


Mitchell Morris <mitchell.morris at cingular.com> writes:

> All in all, it's been a pretty big win for Java. Conventional wisdom and 
> some non-peer-reviewed studies suggest that Java per se provides very little 
> leverage over C++, that the average developer doesn't build Java solutions 
> any faster or more bug-free than they build C++ ones, and that selecting 

Supposing that garbage collection and abundant reference semantics
increase productivity by n percent (as all pythonians know), this
would mean that C++ has some areas that improve productivity (and
reduce bugs) as much over java. What are they? STL alone doesn't
amount to that much, I would believe...

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