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Could Next-Gen Modeling Spell the End to Java Heydays?

Execs from IBM's Rational Software unit say that Java devs looking for the "next big thing" should look up-the-stack from new J2EE skills, and instead bone up on "abstraction skills" -- such as UML-based modeling. Roger Oberg, director of market management at IBM's Rational Products unit ticked off 5 keys to why modeling tools are poised to become more powerful than ever -- and ready to help devs write, integrate, deploy and update applications without coding 100s or 1000s of lines of Java/J2EE.

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Borland, Microsoft Bring UML to Visual Studio.NET

This week, Borland debuts its Together Edition for Visual Studio.NET, bringing integrated modeling and code management technologies to .NET devs. After more than a year of cooperation between Borland and Microsoft, see the benefits from new technologies that blend a C#-based UML modeling engine with code management tools from Borland and Visual Studio.NET from Microsoft. Also, get a 60-day free use license.

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UML Certification Offered to Worldwide Devs

Devs looking to get a leg-up in modeling for XML and web services might consider participating in a first-of-its-kind worldwide certification program for UML launched by the Object Management Group (OMG) and the UML Technology Institute (UTI). IDN spoke to the OMG exec running the program to find out why devs are knocking down the door to take the test, and what it means for the future.

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OptimalJ Taps Modeling to Speed Complex Java Projects

Recent studies by The Middleware Company and EDS found that traditional Java/J2EE development practices are too inefficient to be used for many dev projects. So, Compuware Corp.'s latest upgrade to its OptimalJ enterprise development environment adds features to reduce the code delays and expenses that Java/J2EE developers face daily during testing, integration and implementation. Compuware has a similar commitment to bring MDA to .NET is on the drawing board. See how modeling has been brought down to earth to build efficiencies.

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Survey Finds Java, .NET in Wide Use for Web Services

A survey of IT professionals released last month by Compuware Corp. found that almost two-thirds of all enterprise development shops are already using J2EE, .NET or some modeling techniques to build web services, and many are using both -- this, despite recent analyst research that predicts web services will be limited by tight budgets, a lack of standards and unproven technologies.

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Survey Finds Java, .NET in Wide Use for Web Services

A survey of IT professionals released at JavaOne by Compuware Corp. found that almost two-thirds of all enterprise development shops are already using J2EE, .NET or some modeling techniques to build web services, and many are using both -- this, despite recent analyst research that predicts web services will be limited by tight budgets, a lack of standards and unproven technologies.

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UML 2.0 Full Suite; MetaObjects Standards Complete

Modeling may get easier for developers to implement and support since the OMG completed its work on defining UML 2.0 and MetaObjects 2.0 standards. See how the work aims to expedite use and deployment of model-based application development, especially for object- and XML-based applications in Java, .NET and CORBA-based legacy environments.

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