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(December 13, 2002) - Browsersoft Inc. recently released eQ! Foundation, the first declarative development framework for Java that gives mainstream application developers the ability to build enterprise-class e-business applications with little to no Java coding or expertise. Browsersoft's offering marks a departure from traditional Rapid Application Development approaches, and technologies such as code generation tools. Using the eQ! Foundation, developers focus their time defining quality business components that are critical to the success of applications throughout the enterprise. The eQ! Foundation then combines robust services with an easy-to-learn configuration environment that allows developers to build and deploy applications with little to no coding. This declarative approach to development not only focuses resources toward solving the business, rather tha... (more)

Oracle-Sun: Early Round-Up of What the Blogosphere is Saying

"Casualties? Java and MySQL for sure, and perhaps Sun's hardware business," says CyberTech Rambler; "Oracle can utilize Sun's Solaris and Java platforms....However the future of MySQL has not been mentioned and may not be so rosy," notes Steve Kennedy. The blogosphere is abuzz with news and views in the wake of Oracle's intended acquisition of Sun for $7.4BN announced this morning. We bring you here a brief selection of what's being written around the Web about the deal by ordinary, insightful bloggers rather than the usual high-profile professional pundits: "Looks like I´m worki... (more)

International Conference for the Largest Independent Java

Santa Clara, CA - The International Conference for Java Technology - JC2 - attracted more than 2,500 attendees, representing 25 countries from around the world. It was the largest gathering of Java developers since JavaOne. The event, which took place September 24-27, featured four days of technical sessions and a two-day interactive exhibition. SYS-CON MEDIA, JDJ, sponsors of the event, hosted recognized Java experts, developers, leading product vendors, and IT professionals. Delegates had the opportunity to master new skills from an exceptional lineup of educational tracks des... (more)

Rational XDE Professional v2002 Is First Product to Simplify and Accelerate Java/J2EE and Microsoft .NET Development Neither

(Lexington, MA) -Rational Software announced Rational XDE Professional v2002, the first product to close the gap between design and development in industry-leading Java and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Integrated Development Environments (IDEs). Until now, IDEs and design tools have been separate environments, and the requirement to switch between these environments has hindered developers. Rational XDE Professional empowers developers to code and design directly in their IDE - Microsoft Visual Studio .NET or IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer - without switching between ... (more)

Java-Based, Open Source JBoss Server Featured in Mac OS X 'Panther' Server

(July 10, 2003) - JBoss Group LLC will be offering professional support services to customers using Mac OS X version 10.3 "Panther" Server, which features the open source JBoss application server. JBoss Group will offer a full range of enterprise-level services, including support, training, and consulting services. "Apple's decision to embed the JBoss server continues a trend in which many of the leading hardware, OS and software vendors are bundling our core technology," said Marc Fleury, president and founder of JBoss Group. "JBoss is becoming the default standard for building ... (more)