As Java and Web services standards mature, enterprises are starting to embrace the power of portals as integration platforms for composite apps and service-oriented architectures.
AJAX’s success has forced many programmers to come to terms with the shortcomings of the conventional Web app dev model. What’s different about AJAX is not that it’s an innovative technology, but that it’s disruptive to the old way to thinking.
For about 2 years now, server vendors have been flogging the idea that high-performance computing is spreading beyond traditional academic and government environments, and is emerging as a serious option for enterprise IT.
They may not be as slick, powerful or extensible as off-the-shelf reporting tools, but that doesn’t bother a growing number of developers who find open-source tools good enough.
This month saw the release of a highly accomplished AJAX framework.
Scott McNealy: passionate, quotable, and cranky as hell
If you’ve been reading about the profiles of this year’s nominees for ADT’s annual Innovator Awards, here’s what’s been going on behind the curtain.
Experiencing a great free Linux distribution via LiveCD
The "Dapper Drake" could also be called the "Magnanimous Mallard".
The group's new managing director is out to win hearts and minds.
An open-source graphing toolkit worth keeping an eye on.