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While embedded systems developers have traditionally been slow and cautious about the adoption of new technologies, a new survey finds a sharp increase in their use of Java Virtual Machines in the last six months.
Customers in North America may order FileMaker Developer 5.
Under the alternative cost method, a developer is permitted to recover (i.
Originally launched in February 2006, ShoreTel Developer Network is part of ShoreTel's initiative to fulfill the power of converged communications by making application integration more accessible to its customer base.
Originally developed for Windows, Team Developer is now available for both Windows and Linux platforms, offering superior development speed and full cross-platform support, providing customers with the opportunity to choose which operating system they prefer.
The bi-annual survey involving more than 600 developers found that of those database developers surveyed, Oracle was the leading supplier of database products.
The key intuition behind Mylar is that when a developer fixes a bug or adds a feature, they only care about a subset of the system," says Mik Kersten, Mylar project leader.
NXJ Developer enables our customers to make the transition to SOA by developing Rich Internet Applications that simultaneously leverage the usability of traditional desktop applications, the creation and consumption of Web services, and the skill set of their existing application developers.
Company Provides Developers with Pre-release Versions of Flex Builder for the Mac and Flash Player for Linux; Launches New Flex Component Exchange
Services Dedicated to Helping Software Developers Assess, Identify, Plan and Implement Security Requirements from Credit Card Associations
The new program provides focused technical, business and marketing support, and replaces Palm's prior, successful developer program, PluggedIn.