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Download a free trial version of IBM Rational Tester for SOA Quality, a functional and regression testing tool that enables the creation, comprehension, modification and execution of testing GUI-less Web services. This trial version is extended to include the performance testing components of Rational Performance Tester Extension for SOA Quality, allowing you to experience the full capability of the IBM Rational quality management solutions for SOA testing.
People, process, information, reuse, and connectivity – five simple ways to get started with SOA. This SOA Sandbox makes it easy to learn about these entry points by providing a low-risk "tinker, test, and try" learning environment that's designed for enterprise architects, integration developers, and Web developers, but available to everyone.
This tutorial walks you through some of the useful ways you can customize and configure the Emacs environment. Learn how to change everything about the Emacs environment to your liking, from the behavior of minor modes to the default key bindings.
Download a free trial version of IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.1.1 toolkit to see how easily you can leverage your OSGi foundation and Eclipse platform skills to develop and extend composite applications to managed clients -- used online or offline.
CodeGear, a leader in developer tools, today announced the general availability of its new integrated development environment (IDE) for Ruby on Rails (RoR), the open-source framework written in the Ruby programming language and popular with next-generation Web developers.
Free Pascal 2.2 has been released. Several new platforms are supported, like the Mac OS X on Intel platform, the Game Boy Advance, Windows CE and 64-Windows.
Nagios is open source monitoring software that scans hosts, services, and networks for problems. Learn more about Nagios and find out what new system monitoring possibilities exist with this software.
Open source ISV, Krugle claims to have solved the problem of developers spending a quarter or more of their time searching for lines of code to perform certain functions that may already exist.