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Survey: Some AppDev Pay May Have Peaked

Despite signs that new SOA and web services projects seem to be gaining corporate acceptance, the uptick in new projects doesn't seem to be boosting salaries increases for appdev programmers or managers. Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey finds a wide range of hands-on and manager salaries may have peaked in 2004, in fact. Check out what 1,000 IT hiring execs say are the latest in IT dev trends.

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Borland U. Eyes End-to-End AppDev Training

Just in time for fall semester, Borland Corp. has cut the ribbon on Borland University, a multidiscipline training program that looks at end-to-end appdev - including specification, design, build, test and deploy. Check out Borland's vision of team-driven training and Best Practices might make your traditional appdev and web services projects more successful.

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Sendmail Raises Bar on Integrated Mail Security

Sendmail Inc. is offering mail admins one-stop help in their never-ending battle to secure their mail systems from ever-broadening, complex attacks. Mailstream Manager sports an integrated console for anti-virus, anti-spam, anti-phishing, all controllable from a central console using a highly configurable XML-like scripting language to set security and filtering policies.

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How ESBs Fill Web Services Management Gaps

While XML and WS-I standards continue to evolve to support enterprise-caliber web services, another piece is growing in importance. The Enterprise Service Bus is poised to provide needed manageability and visibility to service-driven integrations, says one seasoned Java and .NET technologist. Further, ESB architectures may provide interop options, as they begin to play big roles in Microsoft's .NET framework.

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Borland: Tools & Schools To Speed Results

Borland is poised to deliver a new approach to tools platforms and dev training that could make it tons easier for IT and business to deliver succesful software projects on time, and under budget. See more about Borland's role-based approach to technology, training and Best Practices.

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Borland University Looks to Spring Debut

Borland Corp. will cut the ribbon on Borland University as early as this spring, bringing a new, solutions-driven focus to IT technical training. Get a peek at what educational assets Borland U. will bring to boost success rates for complex IT projects, and how architects and devs could gain skills to play more strategic -- and valuable -- roles.

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Meta Group's 6 'Musts' for BPM Tools

Architects and devs frustrated by a fragmented BPM market of more than 140 different tools may finally get some relief in 2005. The Meta Group's new report shows CIOs, architects and devs the Top 6 features to look for in a business process management solution. Review the checklist.

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Yankee Says .NET, Java Empower Dev Integration

A research note from The Yankee Group suggests a promising future for developers who know how to develop and integrate applications using Java and .NET. Yankee's numbers suggest that as much as 50% of all Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)-centric projects may fall away from integrators and into the hands of devs that know how to use Java, .NET and XML-based web services to deliver small-scale integration.

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Yankee Predicts .NET, Java Tools to Eat into EAI

A research note issued this month by The Yankee Group suggests a promising future for developers who know how to develop and integrate applications using Java and .NET. Yankee's numbers suggest that as much as 50% of all EAI-centric integration may fall into the hands of devs that know how to use Java, .NET and XML-based web services to deliver small-scale integration.

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Covalent Ships Cross-Platform Web Apps Manager

The absence of reliable end-to-end cross-platform management tools is a key problem plaguing deployment of web services across the enterprise. Help is on the way, as Covalent Technologies ships its unified Covalent Application Manager, which will help devs and operations managers map, measure, control and analyze web applications and events across multiple platforms: Java, Open Source and .NET.

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Microsoft Preps to Expand Source Sharing Programs

Microsoft is considering plans to broaden its programs for sharing source code from Windows, CE, .NET and other technologies. In fact, one program being discussed in Redmond would enable developers access to certain Windows source through a smart card. There is even a "community collaboration" process being reviewed, where Microsoft will launch online newsgroups for support and advice. Much of this "opening" of software will be managed by Microsoft's Shared Source Initiative. Integration Developer News spoke with Jason Matesow, program manager for Microsoft's SSI, to get more details on how Microsoft's "open" software plans might affect developers.

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