Ted Neward on Interop & Office Integration

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Conferences on July 07, 2008

Ted Neward on Interop & Office Integration

Ted Neward talks about various ways Java and .NET can be used together focusing on examples of MS Office automation, and explains how various interop approaches (in-proc, messaging, web services) work and when to use them.

Ted Neward has been using C++ since 1991, Java since 1997, and .NET since 2000. He is a .NET instructor with PluralSight, teaches Java independently, speaks at conferences worldwide in both the Java and .NET communities, writes for MSDN, InfoQ and TheServerSide, authored the books C# In a Nutshell, SSCLI Essentials and Effective Enterprise Java, among others.

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Tags: Frameworks, Java, Interview, .NET Framework, InfoQ, Interop, Microsoft Office, Mono, JNBridge