The battle between the open source IDE platforms Eclipse eand NetBeans has worked to the advantage of the end user as the user now has too good, free and open source IDEs.
It now seems that a similar open source battle will soon commence between JBoss and Geronimo. While some think Geronimo will become the first choice EJB server and can very well become the Tomcat of the EJB world, some
others think that the launch of Geronimo is no big deal.
What do you think? Like Eclipse, can Geronimo come from behind and overshadow the established open source server, JBoss?
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