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Winners of the Developer.com Product of the Year 2009 Are Announced

The votes are in and the winners have been selected. See what products and technology our readers have chosen to be the best in their respective category.

Developer.com Q&A with Stephanie Martin, Director of Worldwide Developer Relations for IBM

See what IBM is focusing on now and what it thinks are key trends for the near future.

Winners of the Developer.com's Product of the Year 2008 Are Announced

The votes have been tallied. After months of nominations and voting, the readers of Developer.com have chosen the best in technology and development tools.

Q&A with Kathy Mandelstein, Director of Worldwide Developer Programs for IBM

Kathy Mandelstein joins us to give us a better understanding of IBM's developerWorks and what it offers developers.

New Research on Eclipse Released

The results of this report will help you to better understand how individuals are using Eclipse and which business models organizations are adopting software built with Eclipse.

Sun Releases Information on J2SE Vulnerabilities

Do you use Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition? One of the 11 areas of vulnerabilities reported this month may effect you.

Nominations for Developer.com Product of the Year Begin October 15

Help Developer.com choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.

Q&A: The Role of BPM in an SOA Strategy

Gain a solid understanding of how BPM (Business Process Management) fits into an SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Strategy.

JavaOne Spotlight: JavaFX Script

Questions on JavaFX Script? Here is your chance to fing out what it is and how to get it.

Latest JSRs Released by the JCP

Here you can find out about the latest Java Specification Requests (JSRs) released by the Java Community Process (JCP).

BEA Systems Showcases New Web 2.0 Products for Enterprise Users

Get details on the software announcement BEA made at the O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference (ETech).

Winners of the Developer.com's Product of the Year 2007 Are Announced

After months of nominations and voting see what technologies and products the readers of Developer.com selected as the best in their categories.

Links to Key Java Downloads

Here is a collection of links to key Java downloads so you don't have to search for them.

Recap of JavaOne 2006

If you missed JavaOne, here are the highlights of announcements and releases.

Developer.com Product of the Year 2006 Winners Are Named

Developer.com announces the winners for the Developer.com Product of the Year 2006.

Q&A with Pat Gibney on IBM's New Community Source Development Strategy

Find out about IBM's new Community Source development strategy and if it can work for you.

The Developer.com Product of the Year 2006 Nominations Begin Soon!

It's that time of year again. Here is a description and timeframe for our yearly contest where we select which products are the best in their respective categories.

Highlights of BEA Announcements in June

As expected, many announcements concerning Java are made in June around JavaOne. This year was no exception. Here are the highlights of the announcements made by BEA.

Keynote highlights from JavaOne 2005

Unable to attend JavaOne? Don't worry, you can still catch all the key information. Here are highlights of the numerous announcements made during the keynote address.

Product Spotlight: NetBeans IDE 4.1 and Mobility Pack 4.1's Final Releases

NetBeans IDE 4.1 and the Mobility Pack 4.1 released on May 11. Take a look at the new features, highlighlights and where to get more details.

Development Meets Business Process Modeling: A Q&A with IBM

Developer.com speaks with Debbie Moynihan, Program Director, IBM WebSphere Business Integration Product Management about Business Process Modeling and how it effects developers.

The Momentum of Eclipse

The big news this week all centers around Eclipse. See who has joined its ranks as Strategic Developers/Board Members and what projects have been announced at Eclipsecon 2005.

The Winners are Announced for the Developer.com Product of the Year 2005 contest!

 And the Winners Are...
We have announced the winners for the Developer.com Product of the Year 2005! See if your favorites won!

Java Studio Creator - What's Next

Get a taste of what is coming in the next versions of Sun's Java Studio Creator.

Let The Voting Begin!

The finalists for the Developer.com Product of the Year 2005 contest have been chosen. Vote for your favorite products now.

Nominations for Developer.com Product of the Year Have Begun!

Here is your chance to help us determine which products should be called Developer.com Product of the Year 2005 in their respective category.

The Release of the Tiger and Introduction of Mustang

Sun releases the final version of J2SE 5.0 and mentions news on Mustang, the release of 6.0 expected in the Spring of 2006.

JavaOne 2004 Recap

In case you missed JavaOne this year here is a recap of the major announcements made at the conference.

Beta Released for Java Studio Creator

Developers can now download the next generation tool for Java application development.

Sun Releases the Tiger

Sun has formally announced the release of Code Project Tiger, the JavaTM 2 Platform, Standard Edition 1.5 -- J2SETM 1.5.

Leading Java Vendors Announce The Java Tool Community

Learn details on the creation of The Java Tool Community. Who is involved, what are the goals, who benefits, and who is missing from the group?

Nominate Your Favorite Products and Technologies!

Nominations are still open for another week. Voice your opinion now!

Well Formed XML Checklist

Use this handy checklist to insure that your document can be read by anyone.

Book Review: Bitter EJB

No one tool is the coding solution for all problems. Bitter EJB is a great resource for understand the most effective and efficient uses of Enterprise Java Beans.

Book Review: Secure Coding: Principles and Practice

Are you really doing everything necessary to protect your business from intruders? Is writing solid code enough? Secure Coding may help you secure the holes in your system.

Sun Furthers P2P Technology with the Release of JXTA 2.0

Find information on P2P networks, JXTA, and where to find details on JXTA 2.0.

Sun Microsystems Joins WS-I

What caused Sun to change their mind and join the WS-I?

Flaw in Microsoft VM JDBC Classes Could Allow Code Execution

If you are using Windows and the Microsoft VM you should check out Microsoft Security Bulletin MS02-052.

Microsoft Delivers Next Stage of .NET Solution For Enterprise Mobile Development

Microsoft Releases SQL Server CE 2.0 and Beta 2 of .NET Compact Framework

Mainsoft Corp. Releases Visual MainWin 5 for Cross Platform Development

So...you want to build enterprise level applications in Visual Studio.NET but deploy them natively on Windows, UNIX, and Linux machines? Check out Visual MainWin 5 from Mainsoft. They offer a solution worth examining.

Get Involved in the Java Community!

Would you like to participate in (or even watch) new developments in the Java community? Here is your chance. See details on the Java Community Process and how you can keep up to date, and influence, what occurs around you.

Borland Announces First Independent Path to .NET with Delphi 7

Borland estimates that one million developers currently work with Delphi to develop database, GUI, Web, and Web Services applications for the Windows environment. Borland now offers these developers a step into the .NET arena with Delphi 7 Studio.

Announcements made at Microsoft's .NET Briefing Day

Are you interested in what will happen with .NET next? Read about three interesting announcements Microsoft made at today's .NET Briefing Day.

Web Services Choreography Interface (WSCI) Specifications Released to the Public

A new XML-based specification helps developers build Web Services for open application to application collaboration.

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