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java using J2EE VS php (MVC)

Published March 2, 2004
With all the commercial tools that help you build java apps that adhere to the J2EE architecture it seems a much smarter way to develop than just using architecture similar to MVC using PHP. The only thing, and this is not a small thing, is the amount of resources needed for a small web project may make java a bit expensive although probably more scalable.
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Joseph Cohn has been helping companies across many industries find high tech web and mobile solutions to the wide variety of challenges facing them. He has a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science from Touro College in NYC and currently resides in the remote hills of Rockland County with his precious family.

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