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Sun: Server-Side Up

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Forte for Java 2.0 capably develops Web applications.

Microsoft Trims Office 10 Features List

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Microsoft Corp. is engaging in some serious damage control following its announcement earlier this month that the company will drop two significant features from Office 10.

A Wish List for the Holidays

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Here are some presents to put under the high-tech tree this holiday season.

Developers Back New XML Spec

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With the time frame for delivering the ebXML standard pushed up two months, companies working on the initiative say they already have plans to support the specifications in their products and services.

P2P Ascends to New Prominence

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There's nothing new about peer-to-peer networking. Indeed, the Internet fundamentally is P2P.

2000: A Look Back

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eWeek analyzes the year's 10 brightest and most challenging moments in IT.

Oracle Targets Developers

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Hosts environment that lets software makers create portals online

Java Tool Will Debut in Dual Editions

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Sun microsystems inc. this week will announce a new version of its Forte for Java tool set, as well as a new edition of the product that targets the Internet.

Personal Firewalls Not So Safe

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It's one thing to rush an application to market without thinking about security.

Sunny Scott Seems Cloudy About Linux

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Spencer wondered why sun microsystems ceo scott mcNealy was so snippy at the company's much-trumpeted clustering software launch in Santa Clara, Calif., last week.

Java Groups Eye Openness

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30 companies, individuals chosen to two executive committees overseeing Java Community Process.

Talent Always In Short Supply

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At XML Devcon in San Jose, Calif., last month, an attendee asked Ken North's panel on the future of software development to comment on the continuing need to write ever more new code. What's happened, he asked, to all the effort to make code more reusable

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