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ESB-CON: Due Diligence Day - Jan. 26, 2006

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day is a one-day online "Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase, scheduled for Thursday January 26, 2006. ESB-CON will, for the first time in one place, bring together all the top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT.

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Spring Powers LogicBlaze Component-Based ESB

LogicBlaze is bringing the power of the Spring framework to ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses), bringing a wide-open approach to component-based integration for all sorts of legacy and SOA architectures. See how Spring's ability to let architects and devs design and build Java apps through abstraction could let devs do up-the-stack integration ?for protocols and transports, data, application logic and even business logic.

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Unlocking XML’s Powers Not Black Magic

Forget about that new Harry Potter movie. There is real magic in learning to work hands-on with XML. Integration Developer News spoke with technical execs from Quadrix Solutions to find out how XML power users have the "applications glue" ever. Take a look a 5 key tips.

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Unlocking XML's Powers Not Black Magic

Forget about that new Harry Potter movie. There is real magic in learning to work hands-on with XML. Integration Developer News spoke with technical execs from Quadrix Solutions to find out how XML power users have the "applications glue" ever. Take a look a 5 key tips.

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Borland: Devs Need Better Biz Visibility in 2006

Borland execs say that software architects and devs need to be better plugged into to the 21rst Century enterprise - and tools and Best Practices will be key. Significant changes in how apps, components and services get built, Borland says, could shift the center of gravity for software professionals. IDN looks at Borland's latest upgrade to CaliberRM for Microsoft's Visual Studio VSTS, and peeks at what Borland execs have on their drawing boards for 2006

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Latest SAML 2.0 Tech Pushes Federation Interop

The SAML 2.0 interop products list continues to grow, from big names and less familiar ones. IBM, NEC, RSA Security and NTT this week passed Liberty Alliance's SAML 2.0 interop testing. But, Ping Identity, a smaller federation firm also shipping this week with an intelligent approach to config consoles. IDN looks at how SAML 2.0 will help all-sized vendors and users converge their security between Liberty, SAML and Shibboleth.

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Internet Wars on the Way?

The U.S. may have only dodged a bullet - and not ended the fight -- in the latest skirmish over its effort to maintain control over who runs the major .com and .net domains for the Internet. At least that's the consensus of one researcher that has followed international Internet politics for a while.

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Latest SAML 2.0 Tech Pushes Federation Interop

The SAML 2.0 interop products list continues to grow, from big names and less familiar ones. IBM, NEC, RSA Security and NTT this week passed Liberty Alliance's SAML 2.0 interop testing. But, Ping Identity, a smaller federation firm also shipping this week with an intelligent approach to config consoles. IDN looks at how SAML 2.0 will help all-sized vendors and users converge their security between Liberty, SAML and Shibboleth.

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Internet Wars on the Way?

The U.S. may have only dodged a bullet - and not ended the fight -- in the latest skirmish over its effort to maintain control over who runs the major .com and .net domains for the Internet. At least that's the consensus of one researcher that has followed international Internet politics for a while.

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Download: JNBridgePro's .NET/Tiger Interop Tool

JNBridge is offering a free download (for a limited license) of its latest .NET-Java interop tool, JNBridgePro 3.0. Optimized for interop between Tiger (J2SE 5.0) and .NET Framework 2.0, upgrades include: access to Java and .NET (Framework 2.0) generics, mapping between Java and .NET enums, enhanced support for end-to-end security for apps that run across .NET and Java.

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CIO Survey: More Work, More Money in 2006

In 2006, high-tech salaries for software architects and devs may see their biggest upticks since the bubble burst, according to recent CIO surveys. But, with higher salaries will come bigger workloads. Nonetheless, the big winners will include pros who can bridge tech and business needs with web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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Download: JNBridgePro's .NET/Tiger Interop Tool

JNBridge is offering a free download (for a limited license) of its latest .NET-Java interop tool, JNBridgePro 3.0. Optimized for interop between Tiger (J2SE 5.0) and .NET Framework 2.0, upgrades include: access to Java and .NET (Framework 2.0) generics, mapping between Java and .NET enums, enhanced support for end-to-end security for apps that run across .NET and Java.

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