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Eclipse IDE Gains More Members, Plug-ins

The Eclipse IDE has a wave of new members, plug-ins and core technology contributions. The latest Eclipse offerings, which debuted or were announced at last month's EclipseCon, offer support for debugging, business intelligence, build management, prototyping, and even plans to add modeling UIs and forms. IDN provides a shopping list and links to all the free downloads, where available.

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Survey: CIOs Concerned over IT Skills Gap

CIOs are expressing a growing concern over the skills gaps on their IT teams between key sills they view as important and the capability of their team members to deliver on those skills, according to a recent CIO survey by the Harvey Nash Group and funded by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. IDN looks at where CIOs say their teams are falling down.

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Health Firms Target Smart Data Integration

A visionary group of IT and health care professionals are crafting a new approach to interop and integration of medical data between providers. The project could even improve patient access to their own medical data. IDN looks at health care IT's latest champions, who say the semantic web will provide better cross-platform data access that will be good for providers, patients and could even lower health care costs.

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ActiveBPEL 2.0 Enhances Integration Tooling

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Open Source Business Process Execution Language engine is now making it easier for a variety of enterprise Java and .NET devs to work with business-focused web services projects. IDN looks at the upgraded features and provides a link for downloading.

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Web Services OK for MC Integrations

IT executives are increasingly interested in using web services for mission-critical integration among multiple endpoints, says a survey of 170 IT execs. IDN takes a look at why CIOs and architects are finding web services approaches more appealing --- even for complicated and mission-critical Enterprise Information Integration (EII) projects.

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Web Services OK for MC Integrations

IT executives are increasingly interested in using web services for mission-critical integration among multiple endpoints, says a survey of 170 IT execs. IDN takes a look at why CIOs and architects are finding web services approaches more appealing --- even for complicated and mission-critical Enterprise Information Integration (EII) projects.

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ActiveBPEL 2.0 Enhances Integration Tooling

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Open Source Business Process Execution Language engine is now making it easier for a variety of enterprise Java and .NET devs to work with business-focused web services projects. IDN looks at the upgraded features and provides a link for downloading.

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Survey: CIOs Concerned over IT Skills Gap

CIOs are expressing a growing concern over the skills gaps on their IT teams between key sills they view as important and the capability of their team members to deliver on those skills, according to a recent CIO survey by the Harvey Nash Group and funded by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. IDN looks at where CIOs say their teams are falling down.

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Health Firms Target Smart Data Integration

A visionary group of IT and health care professionals are crafting a new approach to interop and integration of medical data between providers. The project could even improve patient access to their own medical data. IDN looks at health care IT's latest champions, who say the semantic web will provide better cross-platform data access that will be good for providers, patients and could even lower health care costs.

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Infravio Takes Metadata to SOA Governance

EJB 3.0 isn't the only mega-trend in metadata. SOA governance provider Infravio says metadata applied to registry and tooling will empower integration devs to play a more visible role when it comes to aligning IT with business needs. See how metadata outside the J2EE container may have a big impact.

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Borland Spells Success ALM, Not IDE

The end of an era is on the way for many of the country's top enterprise developers. Borland Corp. is getting out of the IDE business, and setting its future sights on Application Lifecycle Management. Borland has retained Bear, Sterns & Co. to find a buyer for its whole line of IDEs, including JBuilder, C#Builder, C++Builder and Delphi. Meanwhile, Borland lays out spending and product build plans for ALM.

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Survey: 2006 Brighter for Dev, Architect Jobs

After some dry years, software architects and devs in 2006 may see their biggest up ticks in salaries since the bubble burst, according to a leading IT recruiter. But, more money will mean more work. Among the big winners: professionals who can bridge high-tech and business needs using web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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