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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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Architect, Dev Employment Strong, Wages Flat

A major compensation index study for F500 firms finds a mixed picture for architects, devs. While employment rates are the highest they've been since 2001, wages have remained virtually flat during that 4-year period - rising only about 5% during the entire period. Take a look at the latest hot job sectors, and the average hourly wages for those skills, thanks to the Yoh Index of Technology Wages.

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ALM Expo Explores Next-Gen Java, .NET Tools

Application lifecycle management is undergoing be changes as governance, compliance and more frequent change management requests flood IT staff. Java and .NET enterprise devs will get an upfront look at the latest ALM tools and roadmaps from Computer Associates, Borland, Forrester Research and others at ALM Expo a unique, and free, online virtual tradeshow in mid-September.

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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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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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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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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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End-to-End Security Takes Center Stage

This summer, stars are aligning for details specs and better tools for building end-to-end security interop between Java and .NET systems. Integration Developer News speaks with Eve Maler, a Sun security exec who also worked behind-the-scenes to help deliver last month's historic Microsoft/Sun pact on Single Sign-On security.

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