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Microsoft is making its debut at Sun Microsystems' annual Java jamboree in what's looking like a mission of mutual support. The company will use its first ever JavaOne keynote speech Thursday to talk about the ability to use open-source infrastructure components built by Sun with Microsoft's nascent Azure cloud. Microsoft's come …

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Trust?

Don't trust a ho, never trust a ho.

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Hmmm

You would have thought that Sun would have learned about the dangers of Dancing with the Devil by now......

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Microsoft worried?

I guess Microsoft must be more worried about Google's AppEngine than might have been expected. Admittedly Google beat them to market, and AppEngine is potentially a really nice product, but it is somewhat esoteric and immature at this stage. If Azure delivers even a fraction of what it claims to offer in a stable fashion (which I'm not claiming it will) it's pretty clear that the majority of people will flock to that over AppEngine.

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Pressure Too Much?

You'd think on the run up to plugging some of the Glassfish-related projects they'd at lreast make sure the java.net site project sites were up. http://glassfish.dev.java.net

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