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StrikeIron: Telephone Mashups Meet Web 2.0

StrikeIron Inc. along with Sylantro Systems and O'Reilly Media, has announced winners of the first-ever Telephony Mashup Contest. The event was held at O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference (ETel), and showcased how Web 2.0 meets telephony apps for VoiceXML, SIP, VoIP, PBX/IVR. IDN meets the winners, and looks at telephone mashups with a StrikeIron exec.

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Xignite: Web 2.0, Web Services for Financials

In 2007, Xignite will expand its Web 2.0 data and integration services offerings to the financial community, a tough crowd to please. The company already offers easy-to-integrate real time data services to help with trading, portfolio management, data analytics, and custom Web 2.0 mashups. IDN speaks with Xignite CEO Stephane Dubois.

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.NET 2.0 Features Ease Internationalization

For most devs, software internationalization is an afterthought. .NET specialist Bill Hall says waiting has drawbacks. Hall lets IDN eavesdrop on one of his client consultations, where he outlines how the latest Microsoft .NET features let devs conduct internationalization right from the start. .NET System.Globalization features are highlighted.

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Prepping for JavaOne: The Alumni Interviews

With JavaOne only two weeks away, IDN talked with several key JavaOne alumni, including James Gosling, John Crupi, and execs from IBM, BEA, and other large and small Java-using and Java-watching firms to hear what they are looking for at JavaOne 2006. We also spoke about what they most enjoyed from past shows. Take a tour of once and future JavaOnes with us.

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Real-Time Java Featured at JavaOne

Sun dev product group CTO James Gosling and a group of Sun engineers will be promoting real-time Java at this year's JavaOne event by hosting a Slot Car Challenge, where Java running in embedded sensors will direct the movement of toy race cars. Gosling puts the message behind the slot car challenge this way: Java is for more than web servers. IDN takes a preview - and a test drive.

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Use Case: Building Add-ins for VS.NET

VisualStudio.Net has become a popular dev tool in large part because of its feature-rich structure and easy UI. However, it is not always easy to customize VS.NET. In this case study, Elementools CEO offers an insights, lessons learned (and sample code) on the best ways to adjust VS.NET to meet your individual dev needs.

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NetBeans Day Previews EJB 3, SOA Tools

On May 15, NetBeans Day will offer devs a unique hands-on preview and progress report on a variety of cutting-edge technologies and programs including EJB 3, SOA, a new wave of refactoring techniques and the popular Matisse UI. IDN spoke with NetBeans' evangelism team manager Judith Lilienfield to get a no-nonsense preview.

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Eclipse IDE Gains More Members, Plug-ins

The Eclipse IDE has a wave of new members, plug-ins and core technology contributions. The latest Eclipse offerings, which debuted or were announced at last month's EclipseCon, offer support for debugging, business intelligence, build management, prototyping, and even plans to add modeling UIs and forms. IDN provides a shopping list and links to all the free downloads, where available.

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Microsoft Ships Go Lives for VSTS, WinFX

It has been a busy 2006 so far for Microsoft developers. Last month, Microsoft shipped go live versions for several key WinFX technologies, including Windows Communications Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation. Moreover, this week devs can get their hands on the latest go-live version of Visual Studio 2005 Team System and Team Foundation Server, Microsoft execs said at VS Live.

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Avoid Mobile Enterprise Dev Hazards - I

Devs facing the task of mobilizing their existing applications need to adjust their current enterprise integration approach, according to a growing number of enterprise wireless experts, IDN gets top advice for senior mobile dev execs from Intel, IBM and others in this 2-part series.

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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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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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