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The Four Principles of Successful APIs

API programs are growing in popularity among many corporations – both for IT and line of business professionals. Ronnie Mitra of the API Academy at CA Technologies, shares four key principles for delivering API success.

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Red Hat JBoss Drives ‘Open Choice’ for Mid-Tier

Red Hat wants to open up the game for Java in the enterprise with its JBoss Open Choice application platform. The strategy aims to make it easier to develop and deploy applications and redefine the use of Java in the enterprise.

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Saperion Upgrades ECM System for Integration

Saperion is shipping version 6 of its Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system, which sports a SOA-based open architecture designed to let companies more quickly develop and customize new products and integrate with existing systems.

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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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SOAP-Based Tool Targets Legacy C/C++ Integration

Developers at Softintegration have released the latest upgrade of their Ch tools aimed at making C/C++ code more portable and accessible from the glass house. The Ch scripting language, SDK and tools can be used to better hook C/C++ code into web services using SOAP, integrate with front-end databases, and even pass C/C++ calc functions to PCs and PDAs. Get a tour of Ch, and download the code.

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Harvard Prof Likens J2EE to an SUV; Devs React

One Harvard professor, after completing a web services assignment, this month compared Java to an SUV of dev tools, claiming it was overkill in some areas and not up-to-snuff when really going off-road. Reaction from the Java/J2EE community was swift -- although not as predictable as you might think. By special arrangement with J2EE community portal TheServerSide.com, IDN helps you take a look at how Java/J2EE devs see the state of their art, and at the Harvard comments that started it all.

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Inside the Google Web API -- The Developer Appeal

It's been six months since the release of the Google Web API, and at least 10,000 developers (Java, .NET, Open Source and other enterprise disciplines) have downloaded the code and started to build applets and services. Integration Developer News spoke with Nelson Minar, one of the lead Google engineers on the project, to get an up close sense of how one of the biggest splashes in Internet-based web services to date is doing with the developer community.

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From VB 6 to VB .NET: The Right Move? - Part I

Many developers may be on the fence about beginning to invest in .NET training and tools. They reasonably ask about the benefits they'll get from moving to .NET. Hear 4 straight-talk reasons why developers at Greystone Solutions say the benefits of using VB.NET outweigh the learning curve.

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