Press Release: Borland to Ring In New Era of Java™ Innovation at JavaOne

By: David Intersimone

Abstract: Borland Invites Community to Celebrate Javas Tenth Anniversary and Software Delivery Optimization at JavaOnes Premier Party

Borland to Ring In New Era of Java™ Innovation at JavaOne

Borland Invites Community to Celebrate Javas Tenth Anniversary and Software Delivery Optimization at JavaOnes Premier Party

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - Jun 21, 2005 : Ten years ago the Java programming language was introduced to the world. This was followed shortly by Borlands introduction of JBuilder® - the first Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Java programmers. In the years since, the Java platform has attracted over 4 million software developers and now powers over a billion devices and systems around the world. At next weeks 2005 JavaOne conference in San Francisco, Calif., Borland Software Corporation (NASDAQ:: BORL) will showcase just how far Java development has come over the last decade and invites the Java community to celebrate ten years of innovation at Borlands annual JavaOne party.

"Borland is and will remain one of the foremost leaders in Java and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)," said David Intersimone, chief evangelist and vice president of developer relations at Borland. "This requires an unwavering focus on innovation. We believe initiatives like Eclipse, distributed team collaboration, process optimization and model-driven development will take center stage in the next era of Java development. Were excited to showcase to the Java community our ongoing innovations in these areas."

At the conference itself, Borland will lead three sessions on topics ranging from how to leverage the Eclipse framework, to IDE extensibility, to recent innovations in JBuilder.

    Borland Principal Architect, Christian Kemper, will conduct an Advanced How-To Session on "Whats New with JBuilder?" This session focuses on new JBuilder enhancements that improve individual productivity and team collaboration, as well as facilitate distributed development and agile programming. (Tues., 6/28 at 9:45am)

    Borland Principal Engineer, Vishy Kasar, will lead a Birds of a Feather session on "Building Your Own Eclipse Plug-Ins" for attendees who want to enhance their skills around Eclipse, one of the worlds fastest-growing development environments. (Tues., 6/28 at 7:30pm)

    Borland Engineer, Mark Howe, will conduct a Tutorial on "Write Once, Plug Everywhere," teaching attendees how to extend todays leading Java IDEs. (Wed., 6/29 at 9:45am)

Borland will also host an Innovations in Modeling lab from June 27 through 28, demonstrating recent and upcoming advancements in the Unified Modeling Language (UML), Business Process Modeling (BPM) and Model Driven Architecture (MDA). The Innovations in Modeling lab, open to press and analysts only, will showcase Borlands upcoming Together for Eclipse 2006 modeling solution, as well as Borlands process-enabled Core Software Delivery Platform (SDP). For those interested in attending this lab, please contact

For JavaOne attendees interested in learning more about Borlands solutions for modeling, requirements management, J2EE development or Software Delivery Optimization, please visit Borland in its partner booths  BEA Booth #601 and Versant Booth #1630. For the broader Java community, Borlands JavaOne presentations and a sneak peek of the Innovations in Modeling lab will be available on the Borland Developer Network ( following the show.

For those interested in joining Borland to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Java, please pick up an exclusive JavaOne party invitation from a Borland staff member in the BEA or Versant booths. This invitation will grant entry into Borlands premier JavaOne party, held Tuesday, June 28 at 7:00pm, Club NV in San Francisco. It will also provide a chance to win a Ferrari-inspired Go-Kart from Borland.

About Borland

Founded in 1983, Borland Software Corporation (NASDAQ: BORL) is a global leader in Software Delivery Optimization. The company provides the software and services that align the people, processes and technology required to maximize the business value of software. To learn more about delivering quality software, on time and within budget, visit:

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Safe Harbor Statement

This release contains "forward-looking statements" as defined under the U.S. Federal Securities Laws, including the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and is subject to the safe harbors created by such laws. Forward-looking statements may relate to, but are not limited to, market acceptance of the new JBuilder products, the benefits to be derived from combining JBuilder with Eclipse and market and technological trends in the software industry. Such forward-looking statements are based on current expectations that involve a number of uncertainties and risks that may cause actual events or results to differ materially. Factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially include, among others, the changing nature of the markets in which we operate, namely the maturing of the Java IDE market; acceptance of our products and services including our enterprise software development platform/solution; our failure to establish or enhance strategic alliances; rapid technological and business change that can adversely affect the demand for Borland products and services; and general economic factors and capital market conditions. These and other risks may be detailed from time to time in Borland periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including, but not limited to, its latest Annual Report on Form 10-K and its latest Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q, copies of which may be obtained from Borland is under no obligation to (and expressly disclaims any such obligation to) update or alter its forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise

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