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Dev Jobs Outlook Bright for 2006

In 2006, salaries for software architects and devs may finally see their biggest up ticks since the bubble burst, according to CIO surveys conducted by a leading international IT recruiter. But, with higher salaries will come bigger workloads. Among the big winners: professionals who can bridge high-tech and business needs using web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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Dev Jobs Outlook Bright for 2006

In 2006, salaries for software architects and devs may finally see their biggest up ticks since the bubble burst, according to CIO surveys conducted by a leading international IT recruiter. But, with higher salaries will come bigger workloads. Among the big winners: professionals who can bridge high-tech and business needs using web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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CIO Survey: Web Services Up for Info Integration

IT executives are increasingly interested in using web services techniques to design and deliver complex, multi-source integrations, according to a recent survey of 170 IT execs, including CIOs and architects. IDN takes a look at what survey researchers say is a major breakthrough for the acceptance of web services approaches for complicated and mission-critical Enterprise Information Integration (EII) projects.

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ActiveBPEL Engine Gains XQuery, JavaScript

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrades included XQuery and JavaScript support, as well as code samples and a number of other key ease-of-use features for devs to get into business process projects for web services. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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Avoid Mobile Enterprise Dev Hazards - I

Devs facing the task of mobilizing their existing applications need to adjust their current enterprise integration approach, according to a growing number of enterprise wireless experts, IDN gets top advice for senior mobile dev execs from Intel, IBM and others in this 2-part series.

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AJAX Tools Support Web 2.0, Open Source

A pair of AJAX-focused tools are now available to devs looking to work with Rich Client Apps (RIA) and other innovative, commercial-grade projects. IDN looks at Genuitec's MyEclipse and ClearNova's ThinkCap.

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AJAX Tools Support Web 2.0, Open Source

A pair of AJAX-focused tools are now available to devs looking to work with Rich Client Apps (RIA) and other innovative, commercial-grade projects. IDN looks at Genuitec's MyEclipse and ClearNova's ThinkCap.

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ESB-CON: Rescheduled for March 2

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day, to be held March 2006, will bring together for the first time in one place top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT. ESB-CON is a one-day online Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase for Enterprise Service Bus technologies.

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ESB-CON: Rescheduled for March 2

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day, to be held March 2006, will bring together for the first time in one place top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT. ESB-CON is a one-day online Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase for Enterprise Service Bus technologies.

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Cape Clear: 2006 ESBs Gain Interop, Tools

In 2006, Enterprise Service Buses will begin playing a much more strategic role in more enterprise integration projects, including SOA, thanks largely to better interoperability between Java and .NET ESBs, as well as better tools. That's the view of David Clarke, the co-founder of Cape Clear, a leading ESB provider who has committed to donate its XML, WSDL and BPEL tooling technologies for ESB to Eclipse. IDN speaks with Cape Clear's Clarke for a clearer look at ESBs for SOA in 2006.

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IT Spending Moving from CYA to SOA

A new report from Financial Insights claims that while IT spending is still dominated by concerns over regulatory compliance, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, a change in coming. Over the next two years there will be a shift toward migrating legacy architectures to SOA, and shoring up their data - through management and security projects.

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Survey: IT Pay Outlook Mixed for '06

Despite signs that new high-tech projects, such as SOA and web services, are gaining steam, salaries may have peaked for many IT professionals. Take a look at the Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey, and see the signs it points to for '06.

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