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Just days after Pramati's announcement that its Pramati Server 3.0 has been certified J2EE 1.3 compatible, IBM has announced its own achievement in that field, namely J2EE 1.3 compatibility for its WebSphere Technology for Developers. 'With this new release, IBM continues to outpace BE...
(Mountain View, CA) - PointBase, Inc., the leader in Java database and synchronization technology for managing enterprise data among servers, mobile, and pervasive computing devices, announced the introduction and general availability of PointBase UniSync for Micro and UniSync 4.2, the...
(March 8, 2002) - After five months in which it has been keeping its powder dry, the Sony Ericsson joint venture has exploded into action this week, as if in defiant answer to those who had noticed its conspicuous absence from February's GSM World Congress. And J2ME played a central pa...
(March 25, 2002) - JavaOne brings each year an abundance of the sort of developer who relishes refactoring, is excited about edge-side caching, enjoys J2EE clustering, and wonders about Web services. And it is these Java and Web services developers that Oracle will be targeting through...
(April 5, 2002) - At JavaOne, New Atlanta Communications, a leading producer of server-side Java products, announced the immediate availability of JTurbo 3.0, the newest release of its Type 4 JDBC Driver for Microsoft SQL Server™. Commercially available now, JTurbo 3.0 implements the J...
(April 29, 2002) - Committed to supporting Java technology developers in the burgeoning wireless application market, Sun Microsystems, Inc. highlights its new Wireless Developer Portal, Wireless.java.sun.com. Exemplary of the Sun Developer Connection[sm] program's commitment to the de...
Fujitsu Software Corporation recently announced the availability of its INTERSTAGE i-Flow 5.1 Business Process Management engine. i-Flow 5.1 meets industry demand for business process management products that include Short Message Service (SMS) messaging features allowing for wireless ...
(June 18, 2002) - Borland Software Corporation announced the availability of Borland® Web Services Kit for JavaTM and Borland® JBuilderTM MobileSet 3 for integration into the recently released Borland® JBuilder 7. Borland's new development enable developers to create and in...
(July 19, 2002) - In its ongoing commitment to the developer community, and to encourage the best utilization of the strengths of Java™ technology, Sun Microsystems recently held the first ever large-scale Java Programming Contest (JPC) in Taiwan. The contest was organized by Sun, Moto...
(August 8, 2002) - While embedded systems developers have traditionally been slow and cautious about the adoption of new technologies, a new survey finds a sharp increase in their use of Java Virtual Machines in the last six months.
(August 28, 2002) - Pramati Technologies, a breakthrough developer of J2EE application server technology, and Epicentric, Inc., a leading provider of business portal solutions, have formed a strategic technology and marketing alliance to provide Pramati Server as a tested J2EE applica...
(September 13, 2002) - In compliance with a federal antitrust proposal, this week Microsoft Corp. released Windows® XP Service Pack 1 (SP1). The free software, a 133-megabyte upgrade, allows computer makers and users the option of hiding five Microsoft products: Windows Java Virtual Ma...
(September 23, 2002) - They will need a license once six months have elapsed, but even so developers around the world today are going to be busily downloading a fully functioning copy of BEA's WebLogic application server, because the San Jose, California-based company is bundling it fr...
(October 8, 2002) - In the current (October) issue of Java Developer's Journal, the director of technology at Personified Technologies, Jason Weiss, has lit a flame under the jewel of the Java specification crown, J2EE. The spec,says Weiss, is too complex.
(November 1, 2002) - This week, Oracle released the latest version of its Java IDE, Oracle9i JDeveloper 9.0.3, featuring full support for the latest J2EE 1.3 specifications. The new version of Oracle's development tool includes built-in integration with the most popular open source sof...
(November 15, 2002) - Developers working in Java can experience an amazing increase in efficiency with the newly released CocoBase Enterprise O/R version 4.5, says THOUGHT Inc., promising that customers can cut the cost of development, deployment, and maintenance of the database access...
(December 3, 2002) - Debugging Web services is different than debugging other types of applications, even classic distributed systems. When components are running on disparate systems spread across departmental or corporate boundaries, even simple problems can be very difficult to isol...
(December 17, 2002) - Ephox has just released EditLive! for Java 2.0, the next generation of its Web-based content authoring application. EditLive! for Java 2.0 adds features such as support for XML, support for the Web-based distributed authoring and versioning (WebDAV) protocol, and ...
Microsoft CFO John Connors had every reason to say, in a conference call with financial analysts earlier this week to discuss earnings, that - compared to 2003 - the financial challenges ahead for MS would be 'daunting.'
(February 7, 2003) - Microsoft won an important round this week, when the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay on a court order requiring Microsoft to include Sun's Java software in Windows operating systems within 120 days. Microsoft had planned to comply with the first ste...
(February 18, 2003) - Before any Java devices can be deployed commercially they need to be tested, tested, and tested, so it has to be good news for OEMs and Java service providers everywhere to find out that in June of this year one of the world's wireless technology titans - specific...
(March 10, 2003) - Oracle Corp. and Sprint now offer integration between their J2ME environments that will make it easier and faster for Java developers to build mobile applications for the enterprise that can be deployed on PCS Vision devices.
(March 24, 2003) - Demonstrating its commitment to providing the most open and productive platform for delivering J2EE applications, AltoWeb, Inc., has announced the general availability of AltoWeb Xpi 3.0. Tightly integrated with Borland JBuilder, the Xpi 3.0 platform enables enhancem...
(April 7, 2003) - Recognizing the increasing importance of mobile text messaging. IBC will launch Mobile Messaging Americas 2003, a networking conference and exhibition that will bring together experts from the messaging community to discuss strategies for stimulating the growth and pr...
(April 17, 2003) - This week, a settlement was reached to resolve class action lawsuits alleging that Microsoft violated Florida’s antitrust and unfair competition laws, and received preliminary approval by the Miami-Dade Circuit Court.
(May 7, 2003) - Version 5.0 of Q-Link Technologies' Q-Link application development platform promises dramatic reductions in the overall complexity, time, and cost of developing J2EE applications. 'I was able to build a complete application in less than one day with Q-Link, it would...
(May 22, 2003) - In its first product introduction since becoming part of IBM, IBM Rational has added two new products and enhancements to its integrated software development platform. Rational's new cross-platform solutions, scheduled to be available in June, help software development...
(June 10, 2003) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. has launched a comprehensive mobile developer program and joined forces with wireless industry leaders to announce an industry initiative for application testing to help the wireless industry bring Java technology-based applications and services...
(June 19, 2003) - Palm, Inc. has licensed IBM's WebSphere Micro Environment (WME) J2ME certified runtime environment for inclusion in future Palm Tungsten handhelds, in an agreement attesting to the growing importance of embedded Java solutions in an era of pervasive computing. Palm So...
The discussion about software engineering in the special environment of startup companies continues with a focus on the software life cycle model and the tracking of requirements.
A question I have been asking myself lately is whether high-profile alliances of large corporations are actually the best way to advance the technology initiatives that shape our development environment and the products we build and use. It's fine and well that Sun, IBM, Netscape, Orac...
Explaining Java computing to a group of business people reminds me of explaining client/server to a similar group just five years ago. In fact, I realize that they are the same people. The same business people, the same business problems - trying to cut costs by implementing an archite...
Netscape and Sun Broaden Collaboration on Intranet Technologies Netscape Communications Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc. are extending their strategic relationship to incorporate support for Sun's WebNFSTM Internet file system in Netscape products, and to assure interoperability ...
Motivation One nice feature of the Java language is having many useful programming facilities (or APIs) built into its core language packages. To write a client/server application, one can use the socket classes in the java.net package by modifying from any existing client/server code...
As images come in different sizes and formats, image loading is often a complex and time consuming process. Image loading usually consists of fetching the image file, reading the header, decoding the compressed pixels' values, and then delivering the pixels. Java currently supports two...
When I read about the opportunity to submit articles to Java Developer's Journal one of the first topics that came to mind concerns the desire to be able to record or log data from a web page on the server. Every day I hear questions about outputting data to the server, be it to simply...
'If the USA and China can have healthy economic trade despite significant ideological differences, then there's a possibility that those of us in the freedom-loving Java world can engage in healthy economic trade with the many millions who will be locked into Windows and .Net.' Rick R...


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