BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - Feb 18, 2015) -  Software developers have historically embraced diversity in programming languages, databases, operating systems and other technologies. After all, increased complexity is no reason to ignore the best tool for a job, and developers have always had great appetites for new technologies. But this comes at a price: developer fatigue, a byproduct of having to learn and adjust to new languages and technologies, while also trying to remain productive.

Developer fatigue is nothing new, but it's getting much worse for several reasons. First, full-stack developers -- developers with a specialized knowledge in all stages of software development -- are naturally in great demand. As you can imagine, achieving and maintaining this distinction is quite a mental feat, given the level of proficiency he or she must attain in any number of areas. Additionally, developers must contend with new projects created by open source and new hardware platforms (like mobile) that host new software. With all these emerging technologies, it's no wonder developers are struggling.

One way to alleviate developer fatigue is to make the most of the languages and technologies that developers already know, and then gradually introduce new ones. Many new languages, platforms and software technologies are rooted in .NET or in Java. If both the familiar and the new technologies are based on the same platform you're familiar with, you're already ahead of the game: Integration is likely straightforward, as it's already designed into the technology. But if not, there's still hope. Interoperability tools like JNBridgePro can bridge Java and .NET technologies, providing welcome relief from developer fatigue.

To read more about JNBridgePro and how developers may keep abreast of new technologies without succumbing to developer fatigue, please read our blog, "Can interoperability tools help cure developer fatigue?"

About JNBridge
Since 2001, JNBridge has made seamless and cost-effective Java and .NET interoperability a reality. More than 500 organizations in 40 countries and 25 percent of the Fortune 100 rely on the company's award-winning products in a variety of applications, such as financial services, media and manufacturing. JNBridge has received a number of accolades for its innovative JNBridgePro and JMS Adapters for .NET and BizTalk. It was named to the SD Times 100 list in 2012, 2013 and 2014, and has been lauded by industry analysts. JNBridge is privately held and is based in Boulder, Colorado. Learn more at and follow us on Twitter at @jnbridge.

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