JNBridge celebrates Java, .NET interoperability solns

CIOL Bureau
Updated On
New Update

BOULDER, USA: JNBridge, provider of interoperability tools that connect the Java and .NET Frameworks, today announced the 10-year anniversary of the company.


Since 2002, JNBridge has grown from a start-up providing support for accessing Java classes from .NET to an award-winning interoperability tool provider for customers, said a company release.

"The past 10 years have been an incredible journey for our company and customers," said Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge.

"The interest and demand for our Java .NET interoperability solutions continues to increase, and we're continually amazed by the breadth of applications our customers incorporate our tools into. As we look ahead, we will continue to explore and provide technologies that address the evolving needs of developers in emerging industries," added Citrin.

"Microsoft values the relationships it has cultivated throughout the years with partners like JNBridge," said Tom Lindeman, director of the Visual Studio Industry Partner program at Microsoft.

"The technology of connecting .NET to other platforms allows us to extend our reach and remove the complexities of cross-platform interoperability," added Lindeman.