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"Mono," the Open Source .NET, Ready for Developers

On the first anniversary of the launch of The Mono Project -- an "Open Source" version of .NET, which is based on C# and will run on Unix/Linux platform -- the technology is ready for developers. Integration Developer News spoke with Mono's creator Miguel de Icaza, who has also spearheaded work on the GNOME open source desktop.

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From VB 6 to VB .NET: Making the Move -- Part II

In Part II of a two-part series on migrating developer skills and enterprise assets from VB to VB.NET, the senior technical team from Greystone Solutions provides developers a key checklist for moving from VB to VB.NET, including .NET compatibility; use of ASP .NET and ADO .NET; and migrating existing applications to .NET technologies.

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Resources Galore Help Developers with Microsoft's WSDK

Last week, Microsoft released a "technical preview" of its Web Services Development Kit (WSDK), ahead of the general release late this fall. Key elements of the WSDK are aimed at providing developers with the first codesets to help them build services that use proposed workflow standards (including WS-Routing and WS-Referral). To jumpstart developers, Integration Developer News has provided a one-stop round-up on Microsoft WSDL resources.

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Intel, Microsoft, Sun Scramble For Wireless Developers

Intel, Microsoft and Sun will all be ratcheting up their wireless outreach to developers in the coming weeks in efforts to capture mind-share and talent for the next wave in mobile computing. Integration Developer News has prepared a short checklist of what developers can expect from the Big 3 in wireless PDA and cellphone developer packages.

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Software Giants Line Up Over Web Services Workflow

Last month, the focus in web service standards was on security. Now, IBM, Microsoft, Sun and other big software names are poised for another debate -- or compromise. See what's is store for the future of workflow and transaction management standards for web services, and get a scorecard to keep track of the players and proposals.

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From VB 6 to VB .NET: The Right Move? - Part I

Many developers may be on the fence about beginning to invest in .NET training and tools. They reasonably ask about the benefits they'll get from moving to .NET. Hear 4 straight-talk reasons why developers at Greystone Solutions say the benefits of using VB.NET outweigh the learning curve.

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Knowing XML Secrets Boosts Your Integration Power

Developers at Quadrix Solutions do their own XML hand-coding. No auto-generation. Knowing XML's secrets, they say, has made XML the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. See why Quadrix developers swear by XML for just about all kinds of integration projects -- everything from binding GUIs onto a stand-alone app to setting up data sharing across a web-to-legacy enterprise.

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Tips & Tricks: Cross Database Resource Guide

More and more, enterprise developers (Java, VB/.NET, C++, etc.) are being asked to create more efficient cross-database access to applications and users. See how many tools there are to help you do much better "database integration" -- before learning anything about web services.

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Developer's Notebook -- Web Services Hit .Org Sector

Web services are enabling one developer to do what used to take three -- integrate systems at a non-profit affordably.

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W3C Issues Updated XHTML 1.0 Spec to Public

The W3C has updated its proposed XHTML 1.0 hybrid standard marrying XML and HTML. See how it could affect development.

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XML Security Upgrades, Research Available

Many developers say XML and security mix as well as oil and water. Get help and more code from XMLSecLib and others.

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What Developers Can Expect from OMA

What can wireless developers expect from the Open Mobile Alliance? IDN asks the author of "Learning Wireless Java".

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