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Java ORM Data Mapping Eclipse Plug-in Due

A new Eclipse plug-in will soon be released that looks to speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM Project lead says that object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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Java ORM Data Mapping Eclipse Plug-in Due

A new Eclipse plug-in will soon be released that looks to speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM Project lead says that object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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Marketing with Great Blog Content

Great marketing is always about great content, so before your company jumps into the blogger pond make sure you have all the tools you need and don't forget a budget for content support.

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Rise in "Hybrid" J2EE-.NET Apps Prompts Unity

Gartner predicts that 30% of all new apps will be "hybrid" J2EE/.NET within 2-3 years. That is pushing a new era in cooperation among J2EE-Microsoft relations. See how Sun, IBM, BEA, Compuware, Sonic and others, have one-on-one projects with Microsoft to craft a new set of tools, standards and Best Practices for better interop.

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Former Sun CTO Sees Flaws in EJB 3, Hibernate

Peter Yared, former CTO for Sun J2EE app server unit says the newest J2EE technologies - EJB 3.0 and Hibernate - don't go far enough to solve the pain of today's IT staff. See why Yared says that current J2EE initiatives may miss the point -- and the opportunities -- in the next wave of IT build-outs.

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“Missing Piece” for Java Tools Due in August

A new Eclipse plug-in will be released in August that should speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM project lead says object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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Demand for Interop Fuels J2EE, Microsoft Unity

Last month's JavaOne put J2EE/.NET interop in the spotlight like never before, and could well mark a new era in J2EE-Microsoft relations. Sun and Microsoft technical experts stood together on stage to debut co-developed J2EE-to-.NET interop technologies. And, IBM, BEA, Compuware, among others, are also working one-on-one with Microsoft to craft tools, standards and Best Practices for better interop. Take a tour.

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Borland U. Eyes End-to-End AppDev Training

Just in time for fall semester, Borland Corp. has cut the ribbon on Borland University, a multidiscipline training program that looks at end-to-end appdev - including specification, design, build, test and deploy. Check out Borland's vision of team-driven training and Best Practices might make your traditional appdev and web services projects more successful.

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Outlook Bright for Devs with Business Savvy

Demand for enterprise devs with both technical and business-savvy skills will rise in the next 12 months, says a just-released survey of IT managers from Gartner Inc. See why Gartner researchers say there is "light at the end of the tunnel" for a broad range of Java, .NET and web l services devs who know how to link IT with business needs.

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Lack of Skilled Devs Slows Web Services

Web services adoption is still being slowed by a lack of readily-available skilled devs, according to the latest survey from Evans Data Corp. See why 1-in-5 IT managers still say they can't find enough talent who know how to build web services and interfaces.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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