With the proliferation of new languages and platforms, the ability to be technology-agnostic has evolved from a “nice to have” to a “need to have” — and developers face this reality daily.
Consider the following scenario. A developer is working on a project that’s implemented in .NET. At some point, the developer realizes that a key piece of functionality is either already implemented in a best-of-breed Java package or the organization has already invested in a Java package that serves the purpose. Does the developer resolve the problem by throwing away the Java package and purchasing or implementing the functionality in .NET, or by throwing away everything done in .NET and re-implementing the system in Java just to make use of this piece of functionality?
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