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By henk
via bill.burkecentral.com
Published: Mar 13 2012 / 15:23

The past 1-2 years since the release of Java EE 6, you’ve seen a lot of articles that talk about the niceities of Java EE 6′s component model over Spring and how Spring is now legacy. Yup legacy. Who would have thought it?
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dxxvi replied ago:

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voted up because it's Bill Burke, not because of the post. If it were written on java code geeks, it would get a vote down right away.

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sivaprasad replied ago:

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JavaEE wins over Spring.....Joke of the year 2012...

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Grzegorz Grzybek replied ago:

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But, as the author says, only "For the problems it tries to solve"...

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Jonathan Fisher replied ago:

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JEE wins over spring for the things it does. Spring wins over the mass expanse of it's kingdom.

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ct replied ago:

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Bull Burke getting down and dirty! I suppose when you lose the quality battle there's always mud slinging.

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henk replied ago:

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That's really a pot and kettle thing! Spring became legendary for the amount of mud it continuously threw at Java EE.

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Grzegorz Grzybek replied ago:

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and vice versa :)

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