Borland Developer News - Java Edition, August 2004

By: Tim Del Chiaro

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

August 2004
  Announcing Borland JBuilder 2005 

JBuilder 2005 is the newest version of our award-winning cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for Java. JBuilder 2005, the “Develop” component of the Borland Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) suite for Java, offers the ability to simplify and speed Java development and optimize application design and quality. JBuilder 2005 also offers breakthrough functionality in security and performance management and expanded integration with Borland’s leading requirements and software configuration management tools, making it one of the most complete Java IDEs and ALM development offerings in the market today.

JBuilder 2005 home page
JBuilder 2005 demo on BDNtv

Catch the Latest JBuilder innovations at BorCon  

There's still time to register for BorCon and be among the first to learn about the next version of JBuilder. Register now and save $300 (use reservation code EBC300).  Plus be entered to win either an X-Box Performance Bundle or a Dell Latitude Power Notebook!  And if you sign up three or more people, you get in free!

Check out the new sessions
Register for BorCon now

New White Papers now available 

Several new JBuilder and Java white papers are now available.

EJB development using JBuilder X and IBM WebSphere 5.0.2
Delivering better Java software, faster
Writing OpenTools plugins to extend Borland JBuilder
Struts Development using Borland JBuilder X and IBM WebSphere 5.0
EJB Development using Borland JBuilder X and BEA WebLogic 8.1
EJB Development using JBuilder X and Borland Enterprise Server 6
EJB development using Borland JBuilder X and JBoss 3.2.x
Building performance and quality into Java applications
Web applications with Java
Writing Java code faster with Borland JBuilder

Borland Newsgroups  

Did you know that there are hundreds of Borland newsgroups where you can exchange programming tips, get answers to your questions, and meet other users of Borland software. Visit the Borland newsgroups today.

Borland Newsgroups

JavaServer Faces Explained  

Get a quick introduction to JavaServer Faces, one of the new technologies supported by JBuilder 2005 in this informational article sponsored by Borland and Programmer's Paradise..
JavaServer Faces Explained
Shop for JBuilder 2005 from Programmer's Paradise

Borland Introduces Together Designer Community Edition
Want a great opportunity to get started with UML modeling? Borland recently announced the first release of Borland Together Designer Community Edition, a platform, language and IDE agnostic modeling application designed to provide a superior modeling environment for creating industry-standard Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams. This release provides architects, business analysts and developers an easier, way to achieve some of the benefits of modeling at no-cost.

Download Together Designer Community Edition

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Borland in the News

Borland's New Java IDE JBuilder 2005 to Ship in September

Borland Details Latest on JBuilder

Borland Packs New Features into JBuilder

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