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Gosling Says NetBeans 4.1 Recapturing Mo'

Sun at last has released its NetBeans 4.1 IDE for Java for free download. The upgrade sports improved tools for making EJB and mobile development much easier. In prep for the NetBeans Day during next month's JavaOne, Integration Developer News discussed a wide-range of NetBeans issues with Sun's James Gosling, Java creator and now CTO of Sun's Developer Products group, and NetBeans' engineering director Tim Cramer.

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XML School Shares Latest Interop, Security Tips

This July, a unique XML Summer School event will provide devs with their first drill-down look at implications for the Microsoft/Sun proposed specs for building interoperable security/identity for Java and .NET web services. Devs will get sample code, patterns and Best Practices for working with SAML, WS-Security and even the newly-proposed Microsoft/Sun specs from those who worked behind the scenes on the proposal.

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The Java Community Looks at Harmony

Since the Apache Project announced their Harmony project to build an Open Source implementation of J2SE, there have been piles of posting, blogs, emails and interviews - both pro and con. Integration Developer News takes a look at the sounds and fury from Java community members, including Sun execs James Gosling and Graham Hamilton, on Harmony.

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Borland 2006 Roadmap Eyes JBuilder for Eclipse

This week, Borland execs revealed a 12-month roadmap that includes a suite of new JBuilder products to be built on the Eclipse Open Source IDE, marking a notable shift from its long-term sole support of Sun's NetBeans IDE.

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Countdown to OpenSolaris – An Enterprise IT FAQ

Sun will release the full Solaris 10 codeset to Open Source during JavaOne. To provide insight on how enterprise IT - execs, admins and devs - will be affected, Integration Developer News spoke with Sun's Operating Platforms Group vice president Tom Goguen to create a quick-reference "Enterprise FAQ" for OpenSolaris. Get ready for the launch: OpenSolaris may impact your business and dev projects more than you think.

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Oracle 10g To Boost Support, Status of PHP

Oracle is looking beyond Java options for enterprise developers, taking steps to let Oracle 10g architects and developers employ light-weight PHP scripting for database projects. Take a look at what's in store as Oracle and Zend, the creators of PHP, begin a very intimate partnership which will push the envelop of PHP-Java interop, and create more dev options for building Oracle apps

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Orange Code Camp Spurs Mobile Apps

During the first U.S. Based Orange Code Camp, some 250 devs received NDA-caliber updates from Symbian, Microsoft, Palm, Research in Motion among others. And, Orange received some 110 new mobile application candidates for their growing catalogue. See how Orange, one of the largest mobile carriers in Europe and Asia, is helping mobile developers bring solutions to market.

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Survey: 50%+ of Enterprise Devs Using XQuery

A survey of devs using XML just released found that more than half are already working with XQuery, and another sizeable group expects to start before the end of the year. See why XQuery is so hot - even before adoption of the final standards.

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Get More Control Over XML Business Apps

As many enterprise developers work on web services and data integration projects, they are becoming increasingly frustrated that they don't have more control over the XML portions of their work. IDN has found several hands-on sites to help your XML applications get down to business.

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Whitepapers That Get Read--
and Get Passed Around

In today's rapidly-changing tech environment, your Whitepaper Strategy should address all three groups of IT decisionkaers in a company: Executives, Architects and Developers. Learn how a role-based approach can slash your sales cycle time, and reduce pushback among all groups with purchase/buy-in authority.

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Get the Most from JavaOne 2005

JavaOne 2005 could be one of the toughest -- or most exciting -- in years. Analysts say F2000 firms are asking hard questions about their Java/J2EE spending. Winning Java/J2EE firms will be those that can: (1) ease integration, (2) speed deployment, (3) improve security and management. See how to leverage the most from your JavaOne spending - at the show and for the rest of the year.

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Java Interop “Critical,” Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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