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NetBeans 6.5 Available, Keys on Multi-Language Support

Sun Microsystems and the NetBeans community have released NetBeans 6.5 Integrated Development Environment (IDE). While the new release features powerful Java enhancements, it also features support for PHP, Spring, Hibernate, Groovy, Grails, Ruby and even early access version for Python. NetBeans 6.5 also expands localization to a whole new set of written languages.

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Jobs Spike for Middleware Devs with Spring Expertise

Enterprise Java architects and devs concerned about an economic downturn could find solace in a report from SpringSource, creator of the open source Spring platform for enterprise Java apps. SpringSource execs say job listings specifying Spring experience now exceed those for Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere posts.

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Parasoft in JavaOne security display

Parasoft has announced that it will be displaying the next generation of application security solutions at the JavaOne Conference in San Francisco later today May 9th.

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IBM's Delfino shows off Apache Tuscany

IBM released details of its Apache Tuscany project - an open source implementation of Service Component Architecture (SCA) - at JavaOne in San Francisco.

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Survey: .NET, Java in SOA Horserace

An August survey from Evans Data Corp. finds a real .NET-vs-Java horserace for SOA dev platform supremacy. A recent surge in corporate use of Java and Open Source is dramatically closing the earlier .NET lead. Also, there are indications that many are still in transition from simple web services to full-fledged SOA. What else goes on?

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Sun: Fresh Java, Communities for JavaOne in '07

The Java platform and communities have been for quite a ride the last 12 months: Updates for Java, support for Open Source dynamic scripting, growing mojo for AJAX and Web 2.0 apps -- and even Open Sourcing of Java. As we begin JavaOne 2007, IDN talks to Jean Elliott, Senior Director of Sun's Java Software Product Marketing, about the new face of Java and its communities.

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ICEsoft: Bringing Ajax to the Enterprise

ICEsoft Technologies Inc. is taking new steps to bring Ajax to the enterprise. The company has put into Open Source its ICEfaces dev framework, which tightly connects client-side Ajax to J2EE, to Open Source, and launched Web 2.0 dev community for those tools. IDN speaks with Icesoft CTO Steve Maryka to get a pulse on enterprise Web 2.0 apps using Ajax.

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Survey: Apps at Risk for Reverse Engineering

Some two-thirds of companies with Java, .NET or Open Source applications are at risk of having their apps "reversed engineered," a recent survey of 600 corporations concluded. IDN takes a quick look at the vulnerabilities, and a survey of 600 corporate IT shops.

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Top 5 Best Practices for J2EE to .NET Interop

Into 2006, J2EE to .NET interop will continue to grow as a top priority for IT execs. To provide IDN readers with some Best Practices for interop, IDN spoke with execs from Marlabs, a leading interop services firm to the F500. Get the pros and cons on the Top 5 interop techniques, including (1) shared database; (2) runtime bridges; (3) message orientated middleware; (4) integration brokers, and (5) XML-based web services.

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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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ActiveBPEL Rapidly Adds Enterprise Upgrades

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrade features include support for XQuery, JavaScript and support for direct invocation of another BPEL process. And a host of WS-* support is nearby. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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