Paul Preiss champions the role of software architects.
A National Nuclear Security Administration supercomputer reaches an operational rate of 1 petaflop, making it the world's fastest computer.
Disputes between rival IT factions can stop an SOA project dead in its tracks.
Exec says Live Mesh key for tying together various online and offline solutions
Microsoft's end-to-end trust initiative is long on vision, but short on developer details.
Looking to broaden the reach of high performance .NET applications across multiple clustered tiers and platforms, Microsoft this week will release a sample application, tutorials and benchmarks to help simplify the development and deployment of service-oriented architecture (SOA) composite apps.
Ada, used mostly by the aviation industry, is forgotten, but not gone.
Runtime governance is the key to healthy SOA applications
This latest Ruby IDE release features improved installation, plus a few customization features to suit your coding preferences.
Microsoft's latest Web browser beta includes new development tools and AJAX enhancements, plus features for users.
Northern California effort pulls together volunteers to get computers to schools.
Microsoft's Trustworthy Academic Advisory Board has been keeping tabs on security issues -- external as well as internal -- that continue to challenge Microsoft's developers. Here's a peek into the board, which marks five years on watch.
Perry Birch shares his take on the best LINQ to SQL features, and walks you through the biggest changes from ObjectSpaces and more.
Web applications top the list of security problems for IT, study says.
An IBM expert describes how to adapt batch-processing operations when your infrastructure has become service oriented.
Some say the benefits of reuse are exaggerated. Prove them wrong by implementing a plan of action.
Experts described the state of governance, which isn't easy to do but it's really necessary for your SOA effort.
A new survey quantifies the costs for poor requirements gathering. Companies should focus on process, rather than documentation, report argues.
Learn when and how to utilize Windows Communication Foundation to develop and maintain your
communications layer when creating a loosely coupled, scalable, interoperable services-oriented application.