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Sun's Tools Signal Java Devs To Boost Output

If there's a message behind Sun's release of its latest enterprise Java software tools it's this: In 2005 Java/J2EE devs need to speed up their project delivery, and improve their code management and update skills. Integration Developer News takes a look Sun's new JSE 7 to help Java/J2EE devs better collaborate, and improve their use of UML modeling and otehr abstraction tools.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other leading providers of wireless and mobile dev solutions. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other firms speaking at last week's SD 2004 Best Practices event in Boston. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Download: .NET Devs' Latest Free, Open IDE

Microsoft .NET devs can now download a free and Open Source IDE for code creation, testing, auto-insertion, XML previews, and debugging. It even come with an implementation of Windows Forms. Get the latest download and details on how the #develop IDE project may change the nature of .NET development.

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Borland's SOA Push -- JBuilder 2005 and Beyond

Learn how Borland's JBuilder 2005's Web Services Designer, shipping next month, is only the first step in Borland's plan to assist Java/J2EE developers "bridge the gap" between Java/J2EE and SOA skills. Integration Developer News spoke with Borland's chief scientist for developer tools Rick Nadler to learn more about WSD and Borland's future SOA tools.

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AppForge Uses .NET to Cut Pain for Mobile Devs

AppForge is taking a real bite out of the high cost and high maintenance of mobile app development with an integrated development/deployment platform that brings "write-once/run anywhere" to mobile apps for PDAs, SmartPhones, Pocket PCs and a wide range of cell phones, using VB and Visual Studio.NET -- not Java. See how AppForge cuts the time and hassle of building, deploying and managing mobile apps.

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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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AppForge's Write Once-Run Anywhere for Mobile

AppForge is taking a real bite out of the high cost and high maintenance of mobile app development with an integrated development/deployment platform that brings "write-once/run anywhere" to PDAs, SmartPhones, Pocket PCs and many cell phones. See how AppForge uses VB and Visual Studio.NET -- not Java, to cut the time and hassle of building, deploying and managing mobile apps.

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.NET Designer Tool Cuts Coding By 80 Percent

A small Silicon Valley tools firm has developed a .NET developers' aid that can cut up to 80% of your .NET design and coding by providing end-to-end auto-generation of code for GUI, queries, workflow, transaction management and database connectivity. See why devs at McDonald's, Otis Elevator and others are sold on these .NET tools from Iron Speed.

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Why Poor "Tool-ability" Is Hurting Java

A group of leading Java vendors, including Sun, Oracle and BEA, are making the case that Java tools have become too complex and too expensive to build. To help solve the problem, 10 leading Java tools vendors have formed a community to focus on improving Java's "tool-ability." IDN looks at the JTC efforts, why IBM and Borland aren't on-board and what others say about Java's Future.

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Chatty vs Chunky: A Dev Guide

More and more, developers in online forums and at events are asking for more info on the concept of "Chatty versus Chunky," coined by Jonathan Hawkins and Emmanuel Schanzer of Microsoft to describe an efficient 3-tier application design (web with to/from connections to stateful legacy systems). IDN provides this Quick Study list of some top technical sources on the topic to provide insight, templates and sample code.

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