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IBM, Microsoft Eye Grid Computing for Web Services

Grid Computing, once the realm of academic and scientific geeks, is suddenly attracting growing interest from commercial vendors such as IBM, Microsoft and others. Find out what they see in "Grid," and how it may change the face of data integration and web services development in the near future.

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From VB 6 to VB .NET: The Right Move? - Part I

Many developers may be on the fence about beginning to invest in .NET training and tools. They reasonably ask about the benefits they'll get from moving to .NET. Hear 4 straight-talk reasons why developers at Greystone Solutions say the benefits of using VB.NET outweigh the learning curve.

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Knowing XML Secrets Boosts Your Integration Power

Developers at Quadrix Solutions do their own XML hand-coding. No auto-generation. Knowing XML's secrets, they say, has made XML the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. See why Quadrix developers swear by XML for just about all kinds of integration projects -- everything from binding GUIs onto a stand-alone app to setting up data sharing across a web-to-legacy enterprise.

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Sun's McNealy Questions JBoss Value; Developers Respond

Sun's CEO says Open Source may be "screwing up" Java vendors' business. Read his comments, and developer replies.

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Developer's Notebook -- Web Services Hit .Org Sector

Web services are enabling one developer to do what used to take three -- integrate systems at a non-profit affordably.

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Microsoft's C#, CLI on the Brink of ISO Standardization

IDN interviews Microsoft's Dr. James Miller, Architect for .NET's Common Language Runtime, to understand what .NET standardization means to Microsoft -- and to developers.

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Microsoft's C#, CLI on the Brink of ISO Standardization

IDN interviews Microsoft's Dr. James Miller, Architect for .NET's Common Language Runtime, to understand what .NET standardization means to Microsoft -- and to developers.

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W3C Issues Updated XHTML 1.0 Spec to Public

The W3C has updated its proposed XHTML 1.0 hybrid standard marrying XML and HTML. See how it could affect development.

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Developer's Notebook -- Web Services Hit .Org Sector

Web services are enabling one developer to do what used to take three -- integrate systems at a non-profit affordably.

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Covalent Bridges .NET Developers to Apache

Thanks to Covalent, developers now have a bridge between ASP.NET and the Open Source Apache 2.0. See if you should cross.

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Sun, Microsoft Could Align Security For Web Services

There is growing hope that 'Liberty Alliance' and 'WS-Security' security plans will soon be interoperable. See why.

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XML Security Upgrades, Research Available

Many developers say XML and security mix as well as oil and water. Get help and more code from XMLSecLib and others.

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