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Evans Dev Survey Identifies SOA, Interop Trends

Evans Data Corp. has released its bi-annual look at trends among enterprise developers and architects. The Evans' Fall 2005 North American Developer Survey found provocative trends on three key integration trends - web services (may have peaked), SOA (optimistic but very patient) and Java-to.NET interop (quite a split). IDN takes a look at Evans findings for these topics, which come from more than 400 interviews.

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Tool Uses Java APIs for Doc Integration

For those Java/J2EE devs knee-deep in document-related projects, relief may be in sight. Computhink's ViewWise 5.6 IDE assists with doc creation and management projects - especially those that need integration, compliance and secured access. See how ViewWise' support for more than 50 Java APIs can help with legacy and XML doc projects.

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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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Visual Studio 2005 Promotes the Integration Dev

Microsoft this week ships its long-awaited Visual Studio 2005. IDN looks at how the latest IDE takes the next step in bringing the .NET developer into the role of integration developer -- working to unite apps with databases, workflows, security and business rules. IDN looks at how Visual Studio, and its future roadmap, may change how devs think, work and design apps.

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Borland Delphi, C++ Upgrades Eye .NET Interop

Borland's latest upgrade to its Delphi, and C++Builder tools sport features that will make it easier for these non-Microsoft devs to participate in .NET-based projects. IDN takes a drill-down look at how Borland's Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) technology brings devs using Borland's Delphi 2006 and C++Builder 2006 key enterprise features to .NET, including object-relational mapping and transparent object persistence.

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Embedded Dev Wages Spike, Job Index Says

Wages for devs with expertise in embedded systems spiked in Q3 2005, according to the latest IT survey data from the Yoh Index of Technology Wages. Overall, appdev wages remained strong for .NET, Java, C/C++ and DBA skills. IDN provides the Yoh latest stats, and shows the changes from Q2.

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JBoss Lays Out SOA Roadmap for 2006

JBoss is lining up a 2-prong approach for SOA, the firm told attendees at its JBoss Barcelona user meeting this month. First, JBoss will build up (and out) its core J2EE app server stack by adding the Drools Java business rules engine, as well as with enhancements to its JEMS enterprise middleware system. Second, JBoss' SOA end-to-end vision will also require partnerships with key enterprise software firms, with Microsoft just the first. IDN talks with a JBoss exec to get the company's 2006 SOA Roadmap.

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SAP Preps SOA Assets, Tools for ISVs, Devs

SAP continues to work feverishly to convert its vast reserve of R3 application and business rules assets into reusable, composite applications and services. IDN looks deep at what SAP execs and engineers are doing to prepare 100s of ISV partners, and millions of ABAP, Java and ,NET devs for the mega SOA transition.

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BEA: XML Brings Distributed Apps To Masses

BEA Systems' buyout of tools provider M7 signals that BEA execs believes that traditional Java/J2EE developers will be working side-by-side with a new family of Open Source technologies for SOA solutions. IDN talks with BEA vice president Bill Roth about BEA's vision for a blended SOA developer community, and why XML, not Java, will bring distributed computing to the masses.

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Amazon, Microsoft Partner on B2B Web Services

Amazon and Microsoft are partnering on an initiative aimed at getting Visual Studio.NET devs to build innovative apps to tie into Amazon's Web Services (AWS) platform. The two launched a dev contest, open through year's end, for building entrepreneurial apps that tie into Amazon product data and services for their own home-grown business, or for their enterprise.

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Plumtree Portals To Aid Web Services Devs

Portal leader Plumtree Software, fresh from word of its being purchased by BEA Systems, is bringing next-gen portal technologies to enterprise architects and developers. See how Plumtree plans to craft a portal that will offer a one-stop development platform for building or assembling enterprise composite apps in Java or .NET from a wide variety of backend assets.

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