The DOD looks to a common vocabulary to help reduce cost of developing and maintaining systems. Plus a Q&A Dennis Wisnosky, the DOD's business mission area CTO and chief architect.
Interfaces can make your applications easier to test and maintain.
With IQ 15, Sybase takes aim at columnar competitors ParAccel and Vertica -- as well as the teeming MPP appliance market.
Mike Nash, Microsoft's corporate vice president for Windows product management, talks about the status of IE 8 RC1.
.NET developers face adjustments as they start coding for Microsoft's high-flying workflow and collaboration platform.
In the keynote on Tuesday, Microsoft's Jason Zander showcased advances in the new VS 2010 user interface for the first time to VSLive! attendees.
Release combines the GlassFish app server with a number of open source projects, including the GlassFish Web Stack, GlassFish Web Space Server and GlassFish ESB.
A security flaw in Google's new Android operating system discovered recently by independent researchers further underscores the security debate between open source and proprietary software.
Mike Gunderloy walks you through the steps and code needed for handling this kind of relationship in the user interface.
Why software development as a repeatable business process may work for you.
Will a paradigm shift rock the mobile application industry if the iTunes App Store strikes a chord with users?
Simplifying identity with Microsoft's 'Zermatt' class libraries.
With the U.S. economy still circling and unemployment on the rise, it's a good time to be in IT -- relatively speaking.
These products can help make your occasional forays into the world of databases much easier to take.
If Silverlight 2 wins the gold in Beijing, will it be ready to light up your rich Internet apps?
Benefits of reusability and business agility touted.
New ebizQ survey shows that most enterprises are still in the beginning stages of implementing a service-oriented architecture.
In-depth Q&A analyzes what developers can expect after the appeal's expected defeat.
Spring 2.5 embraces annotations in a variety of new ways.
Paul Preiss champions the role of software architects.