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Versant Aims To Ease Data-Driven Projects

Data management software firm Versant has launched a new tools suite to help Java and .NET devs better achieve data mapping and persistence -- two of the most vexing aspects of apps integration. See how Versant's Open Access Suite brings automation and abstraction techniques to some of IT's most time-consuming tasks.

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Hands-On: Is JBoss Ready for Your Enterprise?

It's been only a month since JBoss, the Open Source J2EE app server, received its full J2EE certification from Sun. Now, in the first detailed, hands-on review of JBoss offerings -- including technologies, service and documentation -- Integration Developer News turns to Open Source Java expert Bernard Golden to answer the question, "Is JBoss a good fit for your enterprise?"

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Mobile Vendors Aim for Common Java Framework

A new push is on by some of the biggest names in mobile to make it easier for Java/J2ME architects and devs to design, deploy, develop and manage mobile apps. See how the two latest JSRs (248 and 249), along with nearly a dozen wireless device and infrastructure providers, including Sun, are looking to chip away at Java mobile complexities.

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Download: NetBeans 4.0 IDE Beta from Sun

Last week, Sun released the NetBeans IDE 4.0 Beta, which sports a number of key upgrades, including: support for Tiger (J2SE 5.0), a rewritten Ant-based project system, and Java refactoring. Get more details, and access to the free download for Windows, Linux, Solaris and MacOS X.

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Can Sun, Microsoft Truce Speed Up Web Services?

The truce (if not all out love fest) between Sun and Microsoft continues, as they seem to have put aside many of their differences over how multi-point web services should be built, deployed and managed. See how the Sun and Microsoft/IBM camps on transport-neutral web services (WS-Addressing) might push forward a lot of stalled web services timetables

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IBM Points Devs at Java-to-Non-Java Integration

Over the past few weeks, IBM has left no doubt that business-level integration and workflow are not just developer add-ons anymore -- these are core platform services. IBM WebSphere and DB2 are beginning to add such cross-platform data-driven integration. Integration Developer News spoke with Websphere execs to get details on how deep IBM expects Java/J2EE developers to go with Java-to-non-Java business-driven development.

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Microsoft Previews Upgrades for Mobile .NET

This week, Microsoft will provide devs a "preview" of its first upgrade to its .NET Compact Framework. Microsoft engineers say that the improved performance, UI support and backend access technologies (including XML, COM SQL) will make it tons easier for devs to design, build, test and deploy mobile apps at work.

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BizTalk 2004 Preps Devs for Integration Projects

Microsoft's BizTalk 2004, slated to ship April 1, will begin to set the stage for many enterprise developers, .NET and Java, to get more accustomed to participating in integration-driven project work, according to analysts and partners IDN spoke with this week. Get insights into how BizTalk 2004 might begin to change the developer landscape at your firm.

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Fleury Q&A: JBoss Inc. Looks Beyond J2EE

In an IDN interview, JBoss founder Marc Fleury tells how he'll spend the $10 million VC he just received, including a project that he says will help him build JBoss into a for-profit umbrella for incubating Open Source projects, and push the company beyond it's J2EE roots. Hear also how VCs think JBoss' low-cost software model may disrupt BEA and IBM.

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Palm Eyes Better Wireless, Enterprise Integration

Execs at the maker of famed handheld Palm are hoping their latest Palm OS upgrades and expanded dev tools will jumpstart a new wave of enterprise development projects for wireless and integrated web services. See where Palm execs hope that better thin client support, and improved tools for Java, .NET and legacy devs, may give Palm devs a winning hand.

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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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Microsoft Services for Unix is Faster, and Free

To improve connectivity between Windows and Unix/Linux devs, Microsoft has released an upgrade to its Services for Unix Windows-to-Unix/Linux interoperability software. Starting with the current SFU 3.5 release, the software is now free to all Windows users. Get details on where SFU 3.5 zips up protocol and file performance, and get the free download.

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