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8 Jan 2008 JBuilder 2007 sobre Eclipse
Lo mejor de JBuilder integrado al mundo Open Source
Andreano Lanusse Article
16 Jul 2006 Borland Together positioned in the leaders quadrant of Gartner's Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Tools Report
Borland announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the leaders quadrant of its Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA&D) Tools, 2H06 to 1H07 Magic Quadrant report.
David Intersimone Press Release
31 Dec 2005 Java COM Automation with Jacob and JBuilder - by Yuri Marx
JACOB is a JAVA-COM Bridge that allows calling COM Automation components from Java. It uses JNI to make native calls into the COM and Win32 libraries. Learn to use Jacob with JBuilder and call any DLL or ActiveX control.
Yuri Gomes Contributed Article
12 Oct 2005 Managing Change through OOAD by Ken Sipe
Understanding the behavior of objects and answering tough questions like what is the likelihood of change? are critical in designing applications that will last longer than the first vision.
Ken Sipe Contributed Article
30 Jun 2005 BDNradio: Java One kick-off with Borland CTO Pat Kerpan
Listen to the replay of the live chat with Pat Kerpan and hear about a wide variety of technologies he's tracking
John Kaster Audio
30 Jun 2005 BDNRadio: Replay of live interview on the Eclipse GMF project
Listen to the replay of the interview with Rich Gronback
John Kaster Video
9 Mar 2005 JDJ - Beyond Patterns: Thinking Objects
This article, written by Bill Kohl in SYS-CON's JDJ, presents a metaphor that will help developers understand and start thinking in terms of objects.
David Intersimone Article
8 Mar 2005 Computerworld - Steps for writing trusted applications
This article discusses using hardware to combat threats against computers using the open specification created by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG).
David Intersimone Article
1 Mar 2005 developer.* - Code as Design: Three Essays by Jack W. Reeves
developer.* Magazine republishes three essays by Jack W. Reeves (from 1992) discussing how programming is fundamentally a design activity and that the only final and true representation of "the design" is the source code itself.
David Intersimone Article
17 Dec 2004 BDNtv: New refactorings in JBuilder 2005
Watch this episode to see the new refactorings that are available in JBuilder 2005
John Kaster Video
23 Nov 2004 BDNradio: Chat log of live chat with Christian Kemper and Mark Howe on JBuilder 2005 productivity features
Christian, JBuilder Architect, and Mark, Senior R&D engineer, provide great, in-depth internal knowledge of JBuilder 2005's productivity features
John Kaster Video
12 Apr 2004 A Gentle Introduction to Generics in Java by Charlie Calvert
Read a gentle introduction to the basic facts about an exciting new feature found in the Java 1.5 beta. Formerly generics were only available to C++ and Python programmers. Now Java has them too!
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
14 Jan 2004 FontChooser and Member Access Rules by Daniel Horn
This paper discusses how to take a useful Java class, FontChooser, and extend its features even though the visibility and member access modifiers would ordinarily prevent one from doing so.
Daniel Horn Contributed Article
14 Jan 2004 The Java Communications API: A Working Example - By Rick Proctor
A How-To on accessing serial ports in the Windows environment using the Java Communications API
Rick Proctor Contributed Article
15 Dec 2003 Adapting the JTree component
JTrees when used wisely and precisely can be very fruitful. An MDI application that adapts the JTree components to represent a recursive relationship between goals is presented
Islam El-maddah Contributed Article
12 Dec 2003 JSP Madness Part One by Charlie Calvert
A brief synopsis of creating JavaServer Pages in JBuilder. The article is supplemented with an overview of the JSP architecture.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
18 Sep 2003 Interfaces and Loose Coupling in Java by Charlie Calvert
In the first part of this two part article you will learn how to use interfaces to define a contract between two classes that works at a high level of abstraction and promotes reuse.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
18 Aug 2003 Simple Programming Tip #3 by Charlie Calvert
Learn how refactoring can help you create robust and easy to maintain programs.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
15 Jul 2003 Interview with Bruce Eckel by Clay Shannon
OOP guru Bruce Eckel talks about his initial skepticism about C# (but now calls it "a better Java"), wishes Borland would create a Python IDE, explains why he's suspicious of Mono, and asks us to click the wombat.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
6 Jun 2003 Simple Programming Tip #2 by Charlie Calvert
A discussion of benefits to be derived from using testing tools such as JUnit, DUnit, NUnit or CppUnit. The heart of the argument is that such tools encourage programmers to create highly modular, reusable classes that are easy to maintain.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article

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