Borland Developer News - Java Edition, May 2004

By: Tim Del Chiaro

Abstract: Read the May 2004 installment of the Borland Java Development Newsletter. The newsletter contains information, news, and links for Java developers.

May 2004
  Get ready for the 2004 Borland Conference  

Unleash the power of your Java applications at the 2004 Borland Conference.  JBuilder sessions will teach you advanced techniques for building and deploying J2EE applications, and how to accelerate the development of Web Services, XML, and web applications leveraging UML visual design features, and more. Register early and save $300. 

More information on the 2004 Borland Conference

Update available for Borland Enterprise Studio 7 for Java

The Together update for Borland Enterprise Studio 7 for Java updates the Together personality of Enterprise Studio for Java. It improves memory consumption and performance. New features include IBM Rational RequisitePro integration, converting traces in CaliberRM, and documentation for requirements managerment in the online help.

Get the update

Achieve J2EE and .NET Interoperability today using Borland Janeva  

IDC analyst Rikki Kirnzer recommends: "Developers who want the ability to use a mixture of .NET and J2EE (and CORBA) technologies in their environment should consider using Borland Janeva." Find out why in this May 2004 report.

Read the IDC Opinion on Borland Janeva (PDF)

Deploying J2EE applications to BEA WebLogic
on the HP NonStop server platform 

This white paper explores the methods that can be used to develop J2EE applications within Borland JBuilder and to deploy these applications to the BEA WebLogic server running on the HP NonStop server platform. The paper discusses development and deployment strategies, configurations of the NonStop server platform, and general recommendations. It shows how to use JBuilder to: administer the WebLogic server; deploy, undeploy, and redeploy applications; and perform remote debugging.

Read the white paper

Get a Sony Ericsson P900 smart phone when you buy Borland JBuilder X Enterprise    
Limited time offer on new purchases, while supplies last. Buy Borland JBuilder X Enterprise and get the advanced Sony Ericsson P900 smart phone ($799.99 value) at no extra charge. You get everything required to immediately begin developing Java applications for the full range of devices based on the Symbian OS UIQ platform. You must order this special bundle using the link below or contact your local Borland office for availability.

Buy now (US)


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2004 Borland Conference (US)

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