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Interoperability frustrations aired

Interoperability between Java and Microsoft .Net systems remains very much a work in progress, if discussions at JavaOne on Wednesday were any indication.

Ballmer tells of "New World of Work"

At the Microsoft TechEd 2005 conference last week Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer touted the company's vision of a "New World of Work" for information workers, with a focus on information access, business processes, and collaboration.

Microsoft's Hejlsberg on .Net

Microsoft Distinguished Engineer Anders Hejlsberg is chief architect of the Visual C# language and has been a key developer of the company's .Net application development technology. Previously, Hejlsberg wrote TurboPascal when he was with Borland Sof...

Microsoft details long-range Indigo plans

Long-range plans for Microsoft's Indigo Web services technology include enabling its use on handheld devices, a company official said at the Microsoft TechEd conference here on Monday afternoon.

Ballmer tells of 'New World of Work' at TechEd

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at the Microsoft TechEd 2005 conference in Orlando touted the theme of a "New World of Work" focused on information access, business processes, and collaboration.

Microsoft makes changes to Visual Studio 2005

Microsoft is making several changes to its upcoming Visual Studio 2005 development tools platform based on early user feedback. Changes include improvements pertaining to Visual C#, Web Forms, and icons.

IBM offers software development patterns

Focusing on code reuse, IBM is making available four enterprise software development patterns intended to ease application-building for users of the IBM Rational Software Architect tool.

Serena upgrades team-based app dev suite

Serena Software on Monday is upgrading its ChangeMan Professional suite for team-based application development, formerly called Merant Professional, by taking out the Merant Tracker product and replacing it with Serena TeamTrack for change control.

Microsoft not glowing over LAMP

Microsoft officials are undaunted by the popular LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL Perl/Python/PHP) application stack that serves as an open source rival to the Microsoft .Net platform.

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