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(July 24, 2003) - Compuware OptimalJ 3.0 is now available, the latest version of Compuware's enterprise application development environment that helps organizations adopting J2EE standards increase productivity and Java application quality. Version 3.0 now includes tools for the entire...
(July 24, 2003) - An independent case study released by Compuware and conducted by The Middleware Company revealed a 35 percent productivity gain for organizations employing a model-driven architecture (MDA) development approach. The significant gain was measured by comparing the MDA a...
(July 24, 2003) - IronGrid, Inc. has unveiled IronTrack SQL, an intuitive, easy-to-install tool that allows developers to establish an application's JDBC performance history over time. Extending the functionality of the company's IronEye performance monitoring product family, IronTrack...
(July 21, 2003) - Information Builders has announced the immediate availability of a Java API for the company's flagship WebFOCUS product. Developers now have the ability to make WebFOCUS calls from directly within the Java environment using this API. By supporting the Java platform, W...
(July 21, 2003) - Digital Communication Technologies (DCT™) is the latest Java player to join the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium's (EEMBC) group that has developed the industry's first objective, certifiable, and real-world benchmarks for Java J2ME implementations. I...
(July 21, 2003) - Sun Microsystems released JSR 168, the Portlet API spec, for public review on Thursday. Along with this, WSRP (Web Services for Remote Portlets) was submitted to OASIS for consideration, and a tentative release date for Sun ONE Portal Server 6.2 was set, coinciding wi...
(July 17, 2003) - Sun has announced the start of the first Project Orion Beta Program. On its Project Orion Web page, Sun explains that the program has two main objectives: to allow customers to test and use software the way they intend to use it, and to assist customers to go from pil...
(July 17, 2003) - helloNetwork, a developer of Java-based wireless streaming media technology, has partnered with Today Fast East Tone (FET), the third largest mobile carrier in Taiwan, to launch a new range of services which provide multimedia services to FET's Bravo subscribers. Thes...
(July 17, 2003) - DataDirect Technologies' DataDirect Connect® for JDBC® 3.3, is the first set of Type 4 JDBC drivers to support Windows authentication. Through an innovation thought impossible by many in the industry, DataDirect Technologies has implemented Windows authenticat...
(July 17, 2003) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. has completed the acquisition of Pixo, Inc., a privately-held company based in San Jose, California. Pixo provides the technology to manage the secure distribution and monetization of digital content for mobile subscribers and provides the criti...
(July 10, 2003) - Continuing its three-year tradition of tech program excellence, SYS-CON Events has ensured that one of the finest and most insightful speakers in the industry will be giving the opening keynote at its Web Services Edge 2003 (West) - International Web Services Conferen...
(July 10, 2003) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Waveset Technologies, Inc., will deliver an integrated, standards-based identity management solution for use with PeopleSoft® applications. The first iteration of the solution is designed to enable business process integration between Hu...
(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, trai...
(July 10, 2003) - Rococo Software and Aplix Corporation have announced a collaboration to integrate Rococo's standards-based Java/Bluetooth technology with the Aplix JBlend platform. This alliance will enable mobile phone manufacturers to implement a single, integrated solution for Jav...
(July 14, 2003) - Wakesoft Architecture Platform, Version 4, is now available, allowing project teams to mitigate the risk of delivering J2EE projects while ensuring greater services orientation, visibility, and control aligned with strategic architectural goals. The new release provid...
(July 14, 2003) - Unisys Corporation has released its Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for ES7000 servers, the only Java computer platform that takes advantage of Microsoft's most powerful operating environments. Now enterprise solutions created with Java software technology can tackle workl...
(June 26, 2003) - Nokia has released a new version of the popular Java developer suite supporting the Java MIDP 2.0 specification. The Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, Version 2.0 offers developers enhanced functionality and standardizes development. The suite is available in two vers...
(June 26, 2003) - Sun announced increased demand for the Sun ONE Web Server as customers and partners rely on Sun ONE for building e Web infrastructures. Highlighted by a strong security track record, enterprise-grade management tools, and superior uptime, the Sun ONE Web Server leads ...
(June 26, 2003) - When BEA Systems holds an executive panel meeting with the press to talk about the upcoming WebLogic 8.1 - the latest version of its J2EE app server and tools upgrades - it isn't surprising anymore to hear someone like Rick Jackson, BEA's VP for product and solutions ...
(June 26, 2003) - Many developers attending JavaOne this month in San Francisco were aware that the J1 keynotes were being blogged live from the front row of the audience... by none other than James Gosling. Now Sun's chief technology evangelist, Simon Phipps, has compiled an unoffici...
(June 30, 2003) - In a mixed decision on Thursday, a panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld U.S. District Court Judge J. Frederick Motz's December 2002 ruling granting Sun Microsystems' preliminary injunction request for copyright infringement in Sun v. Microsoft. But th...
(June 30, 2003) - The creation of mobile computing devices powered by the Linux operating system and Java technology just got easier with the launch of the Metrowerks OpenPDA™ platform and Metrowerks CodeWarrior™ for OpenPDA Application Development Tools. The OpenPDA platform...
(June 30, 2003) - Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.4.2 is now available for download. Version 1.4.2 builds upon Java technology's cross-platform support and robust security model with new features and functionality, enhanced performance and scalability, and improved reliabili...
The week of JavaOne might have seemed a strange time to say so, but Java guru James Gosling nonetheless went on record ten days ago as saying, of the language he co-invented: 'I am certainly one of the people who would love to make it open-source.'
Scripting programmers and corporate developers will help expand the population of Javaland from 3 million to 10 million developers (June 12, 2003) - It was 'One Architecture' day here yesterday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where JavaOne 2003 is being held for the eighth suc...
A survey conducted at the JavaOne Conference indicates that the costly systems failures may be linked to a widespread lack of visibility into IT infrastructure. Of the conference attendees surveyed, 73 percent do not have adequate visibility into critical applications and services acro...
(June 16, 2003) - Who better to turn to, for an overall impression of last week's JavaOne 2003 Developer Conference in San Francisco, than the Java-guy-to-end-all-Java-guys himself, James Gosling?
Marc Fleury and Alan Williamson, would like to take this opportunity to put some order into the chaos that has ensued over the last few days regarding the relationship JBoss has with Java Developer's Journal and, in particular, the Readers' Choice Awards.
(Editor's note: This report is taken from Alan Williamson's JavaOne 2003 blog. In this excerpt, Alan blogs Scott McNealy's keynote on the final day of JavaOne 2003.)
(Editor's note: This report is taken from Alan Williamson's JavaOne 2003 blog. Here, he's upfront and center at the debut of Project Rave.) (June 11, 2003) - This is being blogged LIVE, as and when it happens, here at the Moscone. It's raw and uncut! Watching Project Rave live, and ...
Yesterday a new entity burst onto the US corporate stage - 'Core Developers Network LLC.' Its aim: to provide consultancy services to a wide range of Java open-source technologies as well as some mainstream products such as Oracle. What's the big deal? Well, there is none. It's just a...
The developer edition of JBoss 4.0 is available now, providing a range of services previously unavailable in any J2EE application server. The new services are enabled by the Java application server industry's first implementation of an aspect-oriented programming (AOP) framework. The f...
The editors of Java Developer's Journal are in a unique position when it comes to Java development. All are active coders in their 'day jobs,' and they have the good fortune to getting a heads up on many of the latest and greatest software releases. They were asked to nominate three pr...
Hal Helms, editorial board member and regular columnist for ColdFusion Developer's Journal, is also a strong advocate for Java training. This commentary originally appeared in his Website and is reprinted with his permission.
New versions of Borland's JBuilder Java development solution and Optimizeit Suite performance assurance solution are available now, with performance-enhancing improvements. JBuilder 9 introduces a major step forward in productivity for advanced Java development with the delivery of JBu...
Speaking at PeopleSoft's own 2003 Leadership Summit this week in Las Vegas, the CEO of PeopleSoft Inc, Craig Conway, told his audience that the i-technology world has reached a historic phase that he characterized as 'the beginning of the end of middleware.'
Say the magic words 'Sun’s Worldwide Java Developer Conference' and everyone who knows the difference between an EJB and a hole in the ground will know at once that you are referring to JavaOne, the annual Javafest held in San Francisco at the vast Moscone Convention Center.
When Rational Software's chief scientist comments on the overall i-technology scene, it pays to take notice. This is the man, after all, who authored Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and coined many of the OO terms in universal use today. Since that time he has managed one or two ot...
Microsoft warned Windows users this week that a vulnerability in its Microsoft VM could allow a remote attacker to use 'malicious Java applets' to gain control within a user's invaded machine. The malicious applet could potentially allow an attacker to run code that could erase the ha...
Compuware Corporation announced the general availability of STROBE 3.0 and iSTROBE 1.1. By implementing an Application Performance Management program that includes STROBE and iSTROBE, IT organizations can meet the challenges of controlling costs, satisfying customers and supporting cor...


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