From time to time here on Builder.com, we like to run in-depth case studies on different technologies to give you an idea of what others in the industry are doing with them. We’ve already published a couple (read on for the links), but we wanted your input on topics for future studies. So in a recent Builder.com Home Page poll, we asked, “What kind of technology case studies would you like most to see?”
As you can tell from the results shown in Figure A, the winner, by a somewhat narrow margin, was .NET, with J2EE and XML also getting a lot of attention.
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Get your case study fix
Here are the case studies we’ve published so far:
- “Build scalable systems with .NET” is the three-part story of WiredChurch‘s implementation of asynchronous processing using the built-in queuing support of the Microsoft.NET Framework.
- “How Texas A&M moved their university services to the Web” chronicles how and why the university leveraged an XML-based middleware package to allow true language and object-model neutral development.
Have a story?
If you’ve worked on a project that you think would make a good case study, particularly one involving .NET, J2EE, or XML, we’d like to hear from you. Send the editors an e-mail.