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Survey: 75% of Java Devs Looking at SOA

Three-fourths of enterprise Java devs are working on SOA, or soon plan to, says a survey of 500 Java devs. Almost one-third say they plan to connect C++ apps to SOAs. IDN looks at the research from CodeFutures, who provdies Service Data Object (SDO) software.

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Embedded Dev Wages Spike, Job Index Says

Wages for devs with expertise in embedded systems spiked in Q3 2005, according to the latest IT survey data from the Yoh Index of Technology Wages. Overall, appdev wages remained strong for .NET, Java, C/C++ and DBA skills. IDN provides the Yoh latest stats, and shows the changes from Q2.

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Architect, Dev Employment Strong, Wages Flat

A major compensation index study for F500 firms finds a mixed picture for architects, devs. While employment rates are the highest they've been since 2001, wages have remained virtually flat during that 4-year period - rising only about 5% during the entire period. Take a look at the latest hot job sectors, and the average hourly wages for those skills, thanks to the Yoh Index of Technology Wages.

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Architecture or ‘Marketecture’:
Avoid 5 Top Marketing Traps

Many professional marketers know the difference between strong technology architecture and marketecture (aka roadmaps, futures, etc.) But, these days even the biggest IT names -- IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP - are "selling futures," and getting away with it. How come? We look at the shifting temptations - and dangers -- of "marketctures" for smaller and mid-sized firms. And, best of all, give you 5 tips for avoiding the top marketecture traps.

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Oracle 10g To Boost Support, Status of PHP

Oracle is looking beyond Java options for enterprise developers, taking steps to let Oracle 10g architects and developers employ light-weight PHP scripting for database projects. Take a look at what's in store as Oracle and Zend, the creators of PHP, begin a very intimate partnership which will push the envelop of PHP-Java interop, and create more dev options for building Oracle apps

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Whitepapers That Get Read--
and Get Passed Around

In today's rapidly-changing tech environment, your Whitepaper Strategy should address all three groups of IT decisionkaers in a company: Executives, Architects and Developers. Learn how a role-based approach can slash your sales cycle time, and reduce pushback among all groups with purchase/buy-in authority.

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Solaris 10 Lift-off Event Set for Nov. 15

The countdown to Solaris 10, and notably Sun's first Open Source release of its core operating system, has officially begun. Sun execs confirm formal briefings on Solaris 10 will be held Nov. 15. In the meantime, Integration Developer News gets the latest insights from Jack O'Brien, Sun's Group Manager, x86 and Operating Systems.

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SAP Boosts Reliability, Integration for Java Devs

SAP is bringing a host of improvements to its NetWeaver and J2EE app server technologies, including better reliability, improve data management and easier business integration tools. See why SAP says Java/J2EE devs in 2005 deserve better features to support reliability and integration both "inside" and "outside" the container.

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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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Gartner Reports on Dev Opportunities in Web Services

Recent research from Gartner Dataquest finds there will be a strong pick up in demand for developers and integrators with skills using XML, SOAP, .NET and Java. In this report for IDN from senior Gartner analysts, developers get in-depth data on how IT execs plan to deploy web services over the next 12 months -- from the projects being built to the products being used. See why Gartner says devs with skills in Microsoft, Oracle and IBM have the most momentum.

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Gartner Sheds Light on Developer Opps in Web Services

Recent research from Gartner Dataquest finds there will be a strong pick up in demand for developers and integrators with skills using XML, SOAP, .NET and Java. In this report for IDN from senior Gartner analysts, developers get in-depth data on how IT execs plan to deploy web services over the next 12 months -- from the projects being built to the products being used. See why Gartner says devs with skills in Microsoft, Oracle and IBM have the most momentum.

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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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Mainframe Modernization & SOA - Tactical Services...Strategic Goals



 

This session reviews several mainframe modernization scenarios, from transaction, integration,  Web 2.0 portals and even mainframe in the cloud. Automated technologies, Best Practices and simple deployment profiles are featured. 

 

 

  • Dan Speer - Director of Business Development

 

Mobile IT - Keynote Case Study Panel



  • Antenna Software: Jim Somers, Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer & Ken Parmelee, Sr Director Product Management
  • Kii Technology: Miko Matsumura  SVP for Platform Marketing and Developer Relations
  • IBM: Greg Truty, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect of Mobile (WebSphere)
  • Kapow Software: Stefan Andreasen, CTO and Founder 
  • Ping Identity: Paul Madsen, Senior Technical Architect, Office of the CTO