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Sun's Tools Signal Java Devs To Boost Output

If there's a message behind Sun's release of its latest enterprise Java software tools it's this: In 2005 Java/J2EE devs need to speed up their project delivery, and improve their code management and update skills. Integration Developer News takes a look Sun's new JSE 7 to help Java/J2EE devs better collaborate, and improve their use of UML modeling and otehr abstraction tools.

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Demystifying SOA for Architects, Devs

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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"Asset Harvester" Speeds .NET, Java Reuse

See how a start-up ISV is changing the face of reuse with a spiffy technology for quickly harvesting your legacy Java and .NET assets into reusable components. OSTNet's API-based reuse framework eliminates long-lead times and cost-overruns. Story also includes a look at OSTnet's "2-Minute Quick Start to Reuse" program.

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Oracle Integration: Starting with Perl

With Oracle Open World to be held next week in San Francisco, Oracle execs and users say that integration capabilities of Oracle DBs and app servers will be a key focus in 2005. This week, IDN begins our "Integration with Oracle" series, with a a look at how devs and DBAs can use Perl for some projects. IDN speaks with Andy Duncan, co-author of O'Reilly's Perl for Oracle DBAs to get tips, tricks, and even some code samples.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other leading providers of wireless and mobile dev solutions. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Sun Embraces UML Modeling for Java

Sun execs this week said their next version of Java Studio Enterprise (version 7) tools will include native UML support, as well as a group of "blueprints" for how best to use models as part of Java development. Sun's support for UML will also extend to the next version of the NetBeans Open Source IDE for Java, execs said.

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Can Beehive Spur Portable J2EE Controls?

Apache's Beehive is gaining momentum, despite naysayers. It has attracted top Java toolmakers, ISVs and at least 100 end-user devs. Beehive's aim is to provide J2EE devs an open approach for building vendor-independent, "portable" J2EE controls, relying largely on metadata techniques. Integration Developer News looks deep into the Beehive.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other firms speaking at last week's SD 2004 Best Practices event in Boston. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Enterprise Wireless Catching a Wave?

Growth in wireless IT development has been plagued by false starts for years. But now, a recent survey by Evans Data Corp. suggests there may be hope. J2ME development is at a new high, and has grown by 33% in just six months, fueled by fewer porting hassles and more devices for the Java mobile runtime. Hear what all the buzz is about in wireless IT.

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J2EE Build Tool Calms Websphere Coding Chaos

Catalyst Systems is bringing a new level of build management tools to J2EE Websphere devs and architects. See how Openmake 6.3, as an Eclipse 5.1 plug-in, cuts the need for J2EE devs to script makefiles, XML or even Java classes using a blend of XML metadata, Apache Ant and "builds" Best Practices.

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Java Toolmaker Borrows .NET Ideas

Long-time Java software maker Seagull Software has borrowed some "visual" ideas from Microsoft .NET to lower the bar on the complexity using Java/J2EE for connecting web services to legacy systems. See how Seagull's approach could help architects and IT managers get Java and .NET devs on the same page.

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50+ APIs Attack Document Integration

For Java shops knee-deep in document integration projects, Computhink's ViewWise Integration Document Management brings an API-rich Java SDK to document integration, compliance and security tasks. See how 50+ APIs and document sharing Best Practices can ease input, sharing, updating and archiving.

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