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Eclipse 3.0 Upgrade Demos on Tap at EclipseCon

Eclipse committers are hard at work on upgrade features for Eclipse 3.0, slated for release in summer 2004. Key improvements include a generalized Eclipse platform for building non-IDE applications, increased UI responsiveness, and generalized Java tools to support Java like languages. IDN spoke with Erich Gamma, an Eclipse Project Lead who will be showing Eclipse 3.0's latest progress at February's EclipseCon event.

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Sun Nixes NetBeans/Eclipse Marriage

Java devs hoping for a single, unified Open Source toolkit for working with web services got bad news this week, as execs from Sun's NetBeans and Eclipse.org couldn't reach agreement on how to marry their technologies. One Sun exec said the Sun/Eclipse marriage didn't take place because the parties weren't able to set "common ground [for] mutual development."

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What IBM's Rational Buyout Means to Developers

IBM's $2.1 billion buyout of Rational is official. Rational VP Eric Schurr told IDN what Java and Microsoft developers can expect post-merger. One big focus will be to empower the move from straight developer to "developer-as-integrator." Read the full interview here.

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It's Official: IBM Owns Rational - Now What?

IBM's $2.1 billion buyout of Rational became official Friday. So, what happens now to one of the leading providers of tools to both Java and Microsoft developers? Rational VP Eric Schurr told IDN the company will continue support for Windows and .Net developers. Also, Rational may promote the "developer-as-integrator" at IBM. Read the full interview.

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The 5 Biggest Myths about Developing Web Services

As 2003 proceeds, the trick for developers will be to tell the difference between myth and reality. In this special column for IDN from Bob Sutor, director of IBM's Web Services Strategy, Bob gives developers a perspective on how standards work being conducted by IBM, Microsoft, and others is designed to empower -- not confuse -- developers. Bob also helps de-FUD the topic of "What can be done now?"

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Videos

Transitioning Legacy SOA Platforms to Participate in the New API Economy - GNAX and Intel



  • Andy Thurai - Chief Architect, Application Security and Identity Products

From BPM to Work Platform



  • Malcolm Ross
    Vice President of Product

SnapLogic Big Data Integration: A Modern Platform to Connect Data, Apps and APIs



  • Greg Benson  - Chief Scientist
  • Darren Cunningham  - VP of Marketing

IBM MobileFirst Platform - Build, Integrate and Scale Great Mobile Apps



  • Curtis Gearhart - Sr Product Mgr
  • Anil Daswani - Product Mgr

Integrate Data Security with Your Big Data Platform



  • Praveen Jain - HPE Big Data Platform
  • Reiner Kappenberger - HPE Security

Driving Digital Transformation with Low-Code App Platforms



  • Jorge Sanchez - Director, Product Strategy