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  • Why Use Meister and Not Ant or Maven?

    Sponsored by: OpenMake Software

    To control and standardize the build and deploy process across teams and throughout the entire lifecycle, you need the right tools. In this insightful white paper, compare three build automation tools: OpenMake Meister, Apache Maven, and Apache Ant.

  • Transform Your Organization into a Mobile Enterprise

    Sponsored by: IBM

    To gain competitive advantage and keep up with the fast pace of business change, it's critical that your organization embrace mobile applications. In this helpful guide, discover how to transform your business into a mobile enterprise with the right technology.

  • Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    Sponsored by: Micro Focus

    Watch this videocast to learn how it is bringing the productivity of modern, industry-leading integrated development environments (IDEs) to COBOL, including the ability to deploy key business-critical COBOL applications to Windows 7, .NET, JVM and the cloud.

  • Open source development with Eclipse: Master the basics

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Learn the basics and get started working with the Eclipse, an extensible open source development platform.

  • BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    The BlackBerry® JDE Plug-in for Eclipse® offers a familiar way to build and test rich mobile applications optimized for BlackBerry smartphones. Read on to learn more and to download the BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse.

  • CodePro AnalytiX: Automated Code Quality and Security Analysis for Eclipse Java Developers

    Sponsored by: Instantiations

    CodePro AnalytiX is a comprehensive set of software analysis tools composed of a collection of native Eclipse plugins. It seamlessly integrates into any Eclipse-based Java desktop development environment, adding code audit, security analysis, metrics, test generation, JUnit test editing, code coverage and team collaboration functionality.

  • Using the Eclipse Data Tools Platform with SQL Anywhere 10

    Sponsored by: Sybase iAnywhere

    The Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) project is a new top-level project at

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