[Mono-list] Mono C# versus Java 6 -server performance
etc.skel at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 13:23:01 EST 2007
I think any .NET implementation has a much shorter turn around time for
development because there are so many tools available that make it such that
rapid development is trivial at best. .NET is easier, which is why there are
more ,NET developers than Java developers. Java on the other hand is a great
language no doubt, but the turn around time is much slower, at least in my
experience, and quite frankly I have yet seen it to be any faster than .NET.
I am sure there are many benchmarks that would say otherwise. It comes down
to personal preference in my opinion. I do think that Java if it has an edge
may be able to keep up with mono because of the fact that SUN has opened
its source, which may allow for a more rapid advancement in Java than in the
past when it was solely under the auspices of SUN.
On Nov 29, 2007 12:48 PM, Engler, Eric <Eric.Engler at zcsterling.com> wrote:
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> I agree with the poster who said the overall environment (developer
> skills, tools, library code, etc) may favor one over the other in a
> particular situation. And that can be a significant overriding factor.
> It is difficult to chose an alternate language if the environment is
> already in place for one particular language.
> On the performance issue, I think the many years of Java development has
> clearly given it an edge, at least for now. But you should consider how
> much Mono has improved in the past 3 years against how much Java has
> improved in the past 3 years. Mono's rate of improvement is much higher
> and if you extend that into the future, it's easy to see that Mono's
> runtime performance may overtake Java in a couple years.
> Performance is an important metric, but not the only important metric.
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