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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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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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Exploring “Fluid” Frontiers for J2EE Apps

California Java researchers are exploring how "rapid prototyping" and "un-refactoring" techniques could help J2EE devs better J2EE updates and integrations. This project, winner of an Eclipse Innovation Award, brings loosely-coupled techniques to tight-coupled J2EE silos - with astonishing results. Take a tour of the "Fluid Architecture" project with lead, William Griswold, Ph.D, professor at University of California - San Diego.

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Former Sun CTO Sees Flaws in EJB 3, Hibernate

Peter Yared, former CTO for Sun's 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 devs and architects. See why, as a result, Yared says J2EE may lose out to Open Source LAMP approaches for building more efficient, scalable apps. Yared, after leaving Sun, founded ActiveGrid Inc., which will unveil an Open Source-based "develop-to-deploy" framework later this year.

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Architecture or ‘Marketecture’:
Avoid 5 Top Marketing Traps

Many professional marketers know the difference between strong technology architecture and marketecture (aka roadmaps, futures, etc.) But, these days even the biggest IT names -- IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP - are "selling futures," and getting away with it. How come? We look at the shifting temptations - and dangers -- of "marketctures" for smaller and mid-sized firms. And, best of all, give you 5 tips for avoiding the top marketecture traps.

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How UML Offers Devs More Control, Not Less

Abstraction tools can be "good, bad or ugly" for devs. See how one IT department began as UML skeptics and in the end found the right modeling tools give Java/J2EE devs more control -- not less. See how the right abstraction tools can save time, money and aggravation -- without detracting from expert programming.

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LEIF Turns Page for Legacy to Java/.NET SOA

One C++ tools provider says the best to way help Java/.NET devs build SOA apps that use legacy assets is to make it easier for C++ devs to work with mid-tier projects. See how Rogue Wave Software's latest LEIF C++ framework will put legacy devs on the same page with Java/.NET projects -- tahnks to new automated support for XML, WSDLs, SOAP attachments, and MIME.

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Tips for Unlocking XML’s Secret Powers

Forget about that new Harry Potter book. 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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Tips for Unlocking XML's Secret Powers

Forget about that new Harry Potter book. 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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Architecture or 'Marketecture': Avoid 5 Top Marketing Traps

Many professional marketers know the difference between strong technology architecture and marketecture (aka roadmaps, futures, etc.) But, these days even the biggest IT names -- IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP - are "selling futures," and getting away with it. How come? We look at the shifting temptations - and dangers -- of "marketctures" for smaller and mid-sized firms. And, best of all, give you 5 tips for avoiding the top marketecture traps.

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How UML Offers Devs More Control, Not Less

Abstraction tools can be "good, bad or ugly" for devs. See how one IT department began as UML skeptics and in the end found the right modeling tools give Java/J2EE devs more control -- not less. See how the right abstraction tools can save time, money and aggravation -- without detracting from expert programming.

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