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Eclipse Project Europa (v3.3) is released! The 2007 annual release of Eclipse, project Europa, is now available. This version of Eclipse includes 21 projects that simultaneously shipped with the release (”on the train”). Our JBuilder R&D team is all over the new release. Stay tuned to CDN for upcoming information about the JBuilder product roadmap. Eclipse Europa projects include: Eclipse Platform, JDT, PDE and Equinox v3.3 (What's New) (Download) C/C++ Development Tools (CDT) v4.0 (What's New) (Download) Dynamic Languages...

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In Bangalore India for the JAX India conference I arrived in Bangalore at 2:30am local time after my flight from San Francisco to Frankfurt to Mumbai to Bangalore.  The fun of business travel is sometimes less than glamorous.  I'm here for the JAX India conference.  This is the first JAX conference in India focused on Java, Eclipse, Enterprise Architectures, SOA, Web Services, Software Testing, and Project Management. Tomorrow (Tuesday at 10am Bangalore time), I give a conference keynote address titled, "Java IDE(s) - Then, Now, and Eventu...
Going "on the road again" to India, China, and Japan Next week I will be in Bangalore India for the JAX India conference.  CodeGear is the platinum sponsor for the conference.  I'm giving a keynote presentation titled “Java IDE(s) - Then, Now, and Eventually”.  Malcolm Groves, CodeGear's Asia Pacific Director of Technologies and Evangelism, is presenting a session titled “Practical Introduction to JBuilder 2007“.  And, Shelby Sanders, Ruby R&D engineer, is presenting a session titled, “Effective Ruby on Rails Development Using CodeGear’s Ruby ...
Our conversation at JavaOne 2007 with eWeek's Darryl Taft... CodeGear was in San Francisco last week for the JavaOne 2007 conference.  CodeGear had a booth in the pavilion and we demonstrated the latest release of JBuilder 2007.  Jim Douglas, Michael Swindell, and myself also took time to meet with many of the press that were in attendence at the show.  On Wednesday we caught up with Darryl Taft of eWeek.  Yesterday, Darryl wrote an eWeek article about our meeting and his interview with Jim Douglas. Last year, Darryl sent me a picture of himself wea...
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New JBuilder 2007 release Just in time for the JavaOne 2007 conference, we announced a new release of JBuilder 2007 yesterday. The new release includes new developer features and pricing with expanded platform support for Microsoft Windows® and Vista(TM) as well as Mac OS® X and RedHat® Linux®. Read the press release. This new release of JBuilder 2007 will be available for purchase later this month in English. French, German, and Japanese language versions of the new JBuilder 2007 release are currently scheduled to be...

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My JAX 2007 Wiesbaden Germany keynote Yesterday, I was in Wiesbaden at the JAX 2007 conference.  I gave a keynote in front of about 1500 Java developers. The title of the talk was Java IDE(s) - Then, Now, and Eventually.  The talk was general about where Java IDEs have been and where they are going.  The keynote was mostly generic about IDE capabilities but I did spend the last few minutes with four slides about JBuilder 2007. A few highlights included the impacts of today's Java development and how the IDE can help mitigate the ...
CodeGear's JBuilder 2007 scores higher than IBM's Rational Application Developer and Sun's NetBeans in InfoWorld Java IDE comparison Andrew Binstock just completed a comparative review of Java IDEs including CodeGear's JBuilder 2007, IBM's Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software 7.0, and Sun Microsystem's NetBeans 5.5.  The results were published in InfoWorld today. The final scoring shows JBuilder 2007 with a “Very Good” rating of 8.6 to Rational Application Developer rated “Good” with a score of 7.9 and Sun's NetBeans 5.5 rated “Good” with a score of 7.5. Two quotable quotes from the article: “It’s safe...
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Top 5 Reasons why Eclipse Developers need JBuilder CodeGear is participating in the EclipseCon 2007 conference in Santa Clara this week. If you are at the show, stop by our booth in the exhibit area. If you are using Eclipse, the following are five reasons why you should be using JBuilder 2007. The CodeGear Developer Network includes more than twenty JBuilder 2007 videos that will give you additional information for each of the reasons. Increase team velocity with enterprise class RAD advantages and capabilities - JBuilder® 2007 increases te...
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CodeGear will be at EclipseCon 2007, Santa Clara California, March 5-8.... We'll have a booth at the EclipseCon 2007 conference.  The conference is being held March 5-8 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.  Come to the show and see JBuilder 2007, bringing accelerated development tools to Eclipse, with its renowned RAD and collaborative capabilities, making development fast and reliable for Java, open source and the web. Visit with members of the CodeGear R&D and Developer Relations team....
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teaminsight.codegear.com This week I've been watching a lot of Camtasia's related to JBuilder 2007. Just enter "jbuilder.borland.com" into your browser, and click on the "Video Demos" tab to get access to 18 videos grouped in 5 categories. I wish similar page with video resources is also available for other CodeGear products. Why not "delphi.codegear.com" or "cbuilder.codegear.com"? More comprehensive list of JBuilder 2007 videos. is available through CodeGear Developer Network. These camtasias are really useful beca...

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