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Javas Still Brewing Briskly

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Go to any coders' convocation and the textbooks table is guaranteed to have a crowd

World Bank Funds for E-Commerce

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Wall Street may not be interested in funding e-commerce technology research and development at the moment, but The World Bank Group is.

Deloitte Ties Hosting Knot

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Deloitte Consulting is aiming to stake a stronger position in the market for hosting Web sites and managing applications over the Internet through a far-reaching partnership with Intira.

Microsofts New Challenge

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Netdocs, upgrade inertia pose Office dilemma

Marketplace Splitsville

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Ariba and i2 technologies seem set upon ending their marketplace software alliance with a pair of acquisitions that are aimed at attacking one another's markets.

George Paolini

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Vice President of Technology Advocacy and Community Development, Sun Microsystems

Web Testing Tools Gain Mind Share

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In what many say is a sign of a maturing industry, several new products designed to debug, stress-test and monitor Web-based applications will be in the spotlight this week

Triton Gets Applications to Cooperate

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Tidal Software Inc. has taken the multiapplication, multiserver scheduling and workload management functionality of its sysAdmiral job scheduling software and added an event-response mechanism

Looking Before They Leap

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IT taking a wait-and-see stance on Jxta And .Net

Flash Unleashes Multimedia

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Developers get green light for Pocket PC apps

VerticalNet Purchases Exchange

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VerticalNet Inc., a company that in the past few months said it would move away from the business-to-business exchange model to focus on becoming a software and services provider, late last month said it is buying another exchange

Intels Grip Shifts Back to Its Chips

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For the past couple of years, Intel Corp. has pushed to diversify its offerings and reduce its revenue reliance on what it is best known for: the microprocessor

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