More than a year after its first community technology preview was released, ASP.NET Model View Controller has finally shipped.
A Microsoft official took umbrage on Thursday to an "open standards" initiative proposed by a coalition of cloud computing technology providers.
Looking to give a boost to applications that rely on Microsoft's ODBC standard, DataDirect Technologies this week released version 6.0 of its DataDirect Connect for OBDC.
RDN Editor Kathleen Richards talks with Microsoft's Kris Horrocks.
The future of the Eclipse platform will take center stage this week as open source and Java developers gather for the sixth annual EclipseCon 2009 conference.
Sopera, creators of the Swordfish SOA runtime framework, this week plans to announce that Swordfish has officially become part of the Eclipse platform.
Red Hat Software has released the first major update to its Eclipse-based developer toolset.
Commerce Server 2009 is designed to facilitate the creation of e-commerce Web sites.
Reports that IBM is in talks to acquire Sun Microsystems drew mixed views as to what Big Blue would gain.
The BSIMM maturity model sheds light on how enterprises are implementing security initiatives in their internal software development efforts
Two leading suppliers of complex event processing platforms, Aleri and Coral8, have combined.
Microsoft this week unexpectedly issued a second release candidate of its ASP.NET Model View Controller.
When Anne Thomas Manes declared SOA Dead in January, it created quite a stir. In a recent interview, she explains what she meant.
Oracle today released an upgraded version of its Oracle Enterprise Manager suite.
Look for a third-party market of component tools that allow developers to build business applications based on Adobe's Flex rich client programming platform to emerge this year.