In-Depth Features

Profile: A Fresh, Open Source ECM Platform

Alfresco Software provides a fresh, open source alternative for enterprise content management. Following the release of its Java SDK, Alfresco is looking to make its system the ECM platform for Web 2.0.

Profile: Above All Software's New Way to SOA

Above All Software helps turn legacy applications into business services.

A New Take on Software Reuse

Google Code Search brings a new perspective on how you can engage in reusing existing code.

Profile: What Do You Want Your Web Site to Do?

Ektron''s focus on Web content delivers big dividends to users.

Service Orchestration and Windows Workflow Foundation

Building and executing workflows without a traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is possible using Microsoft .NET 3.0 technologies.

The Year of the Build

Is wrestling with your software builds a fact of life? Not necessarily.

The Role of the ESB

ESBs provide a multitude of services for an enterprise committed to optimizing IT in support of business processes.

Achieve Useful Requirements Processes

Aligning IT and business is more than a marketing slogan. Learn best practices that let IT teams share requirements that align IT priorities with business needs more effectively.

Refactor Your Way to Migration Success

Take advantage of the top ten refactorings for VB6-.NET migration to create easier-to-read and far more robust .NET applications. These refactorings pick up where the Migration Wizard leaves off.

Profile: RTI Distributes the Data

Even a small company, such as Real Time Innovations (RTI), can turn a product into an industry standard.

Profile: Telelogic and Enterprise Lifecycle Management

Telelogic seeks to define how enterprises manage innovative processes.

Value in Abundance

Genuitec expands its MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench user base by providing affordable, feature-rich solutions.

Redefining How Software Works

The work that 1060 Research is doing might have a dramatic impact on how we think about building software. CEO Peter Rodgers provides the details in this exclusive interview.

Borland Brings Back Turbo

Borland brings back Turbo with its announcement of four new products: Turbo C++, Turbo Delphi, Turbo Delphi for .NET, and Turbo C#.

Big Changes Ahead for Borland

In this exclusive Q&A, Borland CEO Tod Nielsen shares insights on the market and his plans for the company.

Profile: Translating Cool Technology Into Revenue

Mainsoft has great .NET to Java technology that is tapping a market in enterprises.

Take Advantage of Continuous Integration

Compiling your applications frequently can help you save time, effort, and sleepless nights down the road. Learn how to implement this system using the open source tool, Draco.NET.

Profile: Mindreef Brings Quality to SOA

Startup company draws on deep tradition and early products to establish name recognition and strong reputation.

XML for Designers: From Syndication to Web Services

Learn how you can use XML to simplify your Web development processes.

Tap Into the YUI Library

Discover the Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) library, and learn how you can build with it.

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