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Inside Eclipse 3.0's June 30 Download

The Eclipse Foundation sent word this week that it will release Eclipse 3.0 for download June 30. Integration Developer News interviews Eclipse project lead Erich Gamma to get details on Eclipse's (4) main directions. Get insights on Eclipse 3.0's: new UI, rich client support, better navigation, and steps toward support for Java-like languages and IDE-independence.

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Nokia Looks to Jumpstart Enterprise Mobile

Nokia wants to break down some of the long-standing impediments to mobile development for the enterprise. Integration Develoepr News spoke with execs from Nokia's developer tools and community programs to find out why 2004-05 might finally be the year enterprise devs can start thinking seriously about mobile.

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BEA Hands Workshop App Framework to Apache

BEA is open-sourcing the development framework, or runtime, of WebLogic Workshop, BEA's J2EE development tool that looks to combine application development, integration and web services tasks in a single IDE. BEA execs say that they want to speed J2EE skills development industry-wide, but admit that a too-slow JSR standardization process, and an effort to seed the market with more Weblogic-savvy devs were also part of their thinking.

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JavaDev'06: ESBs Will Turn Devs into Integrators

Beginning this week, Integration Developer News begins our countdown to JavaOne 2004 with a series that poses the question: "What changes are coming for the career Java developer in the next two years?" This week, Dave Chappell, one of Java's foremost experts on JMS and integration, spells out why Java devs needs to think "outside the stack," to learn skills that will better tie Java into .NET and other non-Java platforms. The Enterprise Service Bus, he says, will transform how Java devs think about APIs, data sharing and workflow.

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Does EJB 3.0 Put J2EE Thinking on Its Head?

Developers got their first view into the future of Java development during last week's TheServerSide Java Symposium, and what's in store may put some Java thinking on its head -- literally. See why EJB Expert Group members say today's "view of the [J2EE] container will disappear," as the bean takes on more significance -- and self-directed smarts. See what the pursuit of EJB simplicity might mean to your career, and what other devs are saying.

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A Dev's View Inside the Enterprise Service Bus

Go in-depth with Dave Chappell in an Q&A on ESBs on the eve of the release of his O'Reilly book on the Enterprise Service Bus. Integration Developer News spoke with Chappell to get insights on how ESBs work, and more importantly, how they may change how Java devs look at XML, XPath, messaging and transaction-driven integration projects.

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Countdown to BPEL Begins - A Dev's FAQ

Controversy is giving way to simple hard work on BPEL4WS, the proposed orchestration standard for web services supported by both Java and .NET vendors. BEA and IBM have jointly submitted BPELJ, a plan to implement BPEL for Java J2EE -- so devs could be working with business process across Java and .NET apps by year end. All the while, Java vendors say they'll keep touch with Microsoft to make sure BPEL works with .NET. Get the details on a busy BPEL summer.

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SAP Weaves Tighter .NET, Java Integration Tools

SAP has woven NetWeaver more tightly together, and the fit may be better for many non-SAP developers. The result, SAP hopes, will be a more intuitive, well-oiled platform that will make it much easier for Java and .NET devs to integrate their systems with data and business rules from SAP and other ERP software.

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Devs Using Python to Boost Integration

As Sun and Microsoft both look to embrace scripting languages in web services run by Java and .NET, IDN spoke with IDN spoke with Alex Martelli, the author of O'Reilly's leading books on the topic of Python in the enterprise -- "Python in a Nutshell" and "Python Cookbook." He offers Win32, Java and .NET devs some useful perspectives on Python, and how Python scripting can extend the integration capabilities of their Win32, ASP.Net, Java and C/C++ applications.

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IBM, Sun To Summit Over "Open" Java

IBM says they'll meeting with Sun next week to discuss creating a more "open" Java. News of the meeting follows months of failed attempts between IBM and Sun to unify over an "open" Java tools standards. But, Sun's software VP Jonathan Schwartz called IBM's plan "bonky." Word of the meeting follows an "open letter" sent by IBM to Sun asking to work together on such a project.

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Compuware Finds F1000 Seeking to Cut Java Complexity

Compuware's latest experience with F1000 firms shows that their dev execs are concerned with Java's growing complexity, especially as Java projects dovetail with web services and legacy integration projects. See how Compuware is bundling in modeling and integration-savvy features into its latest tools to help enterprises speed their projects.

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Countdown Starts for Java's Project Tiger

The countdown has begun to this summer's launch of J2SE 1.5 -- Project Tiger. Now available for beta review, the coming upgrade to Java 2 Standard Edition looks to address some of Java's most discussed ills -- including complexity of development, poor application monitoring and management, and insufficient rich client support.

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