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  • Visual Basic Use Eroding, APAC Devs Gaining

    Evans Data, an analyst firm based in sunny Santa Cruz, California, has completed their North American Development Survey for 2006. As part of the study, developer programming language use is measured and trended for C, C++, C#, Java, VB, VB.Net, and XML. The outcomes are a bit surprising and certainly

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  • What are Amazon and 37Signals Cooking?

    "Nothing!"..if you are to believe statements made by both companies, following Bezos Expedition's, a personal investment company of Jeff Bezos, investment in the Chicago-based startup. 37signals created Ruby on Rails (RoR). Amazon is branching into hosted data and services.

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  • Macs, PCs Get Intimate on Parallels

    Virtualization is the trick of masking physical computing resources from the end user or from the client operating system. The term, once an electric buzzword in the IT marketing world, has been around so long it's now loosely used for almost any computing work that involves an abstraction of resources.

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  • PHP vs Java vs Ruby

    digg_url = 'http://digg.com/programming/PHP_vs_Java_vs_Ruby'; With Sun GPLv2'ing its Java software this week, a lot of focus is on the other open frameworks that have risen during the same era, and their comparative value in a post open source Java world.

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  • CrownPeak CEO to Keynote Gilbane CMS Conference

    In its third year, The Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies attracts more than 650 business and technology professionals interested in learning how to leverage content management within their organizations.

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  • Mono Runs .NET on Linux

    Given all the sound and fury around recent Novell and Microsoft partnership, and all of the entanglements that would ensue, not much was said about the recent Mono update. Mono, a project sponsored by Novell, brings .

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  • Intel's Enters Web 2.0 Fray with SuiteTwo

    Intel has announced that it is releasing a suite of Web 2.0 software applications delivering a core set of next generation blogging, collaboration, and high context marketing apps to the enterprise.

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  • Open Source Java?

    After talking the talk, Sun Microsystems is now close to announcing their decision to move a portion of the Java code-base to an Open Source licensing model. What is surprising is that Sun may be thinking much less conservatively than expected.

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  • Adobe & Mozilla Monkeying with ActionScript

    In a move no doubt welcomed by Flash developers worldwide, Adobe and the Mozilla Foundation have announced that Adobe has donated source code for the Flash ActionScript Virtual Machine to the Mozilla Foundation. Mozilla will host a new open source project, named Tamarin, to accelerate the development of this

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  • Duffield Launches Workday ERP as a Service

    PeopleSoft founder, Dave Duffield, has gone public with his new company's plans to build ERP solutions based on a Software as Service model. After selling PeopleSoft to Oracle for $10.3 billion, Duffy decided to take some of the top talent at his previous company to build a product to challenge

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  • Day Developing JSR 170 Components for Oracle

    Day Software, a provider of content management and content infrastructure software, has announced an agreement with Oracle Corporation to develop JSR 170 compliant components within a strategic technology partnership.Day is the initiator of JSR 170 (the Content Repository API for Java Technology and standard for enterprise content), and is leading

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  • FileMaker Joins the Herd of PHP Lovers

    Have you noticed the number of more traditional software vendors making their hurried way to the web? Recently Quark, a desktop publishing program, made a move toward ECM and WCM integration and now the venerable desktop database program FileMaker, is developing technology that provides an easy way to engineer data-driven

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  • Google Acquires Web Office Suite

    Following close on the heels of recent Google applications developments. The company has acquired JotSpot, a "pioneering" publishing and collaboration company started in 2004 by Excite.com co-founders Joe Kraus and Graham Spencer.

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  • Tune-in, Drop-in with an Info Science PhD

    The University of Washington's Information School is offering a PhD in Information Science and 2007 application deadlines are on the very near horizon. The degree is intended to prepare information scientists to develop theories, teach, research, advocate, lead, write, and make original and meaningful contributions to the information field. Students in

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