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Meet Web 2.0

Despite the rich applications it brings to Web users, there's a dark side to this technology that users have yet to understand

The rich get richer: RIAs for the enterprise

Browsers were just the beginning. New software tools could make the desktop a lot more interesting

North American developer workforce will shrink, research says

New research shows that more software developer jobs will be created in Asia than in North America by 2010.

AJAX not yet the standard, but retailers report success

New research suggests that few large retailers are using AJAX technology on their Web sites, but at least a few companies using AJAX techniques to create interactive Web pages say they have been able to improve their customer experience while avoiding prohibitive startup costs

JavaScript may follow Python lead

As it evolves, JavaScript will take its cues from the Python language, Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript, said at The AJAX Experience conference. JavaScript is a lynchpin of the popular AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) technology for Web development.

Sun set to release ‘best’ Java update

Sun Microsystems Inc. expects to release its Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 5 software development kit and compatibility test suite to developers at the company's upcoming JavaOne conference, Sun announced. "This is one of the most significant [Java] updates we've done in years," according to Joe Keller, vice president of marketing for service-oriented architecture (SOA) and integration platforms at Sun.

AJAX, agile focus of releases

Two trendy software development technologies, AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and agile programming, were advanced last month with rollouts from Tibco Software and Rally Software.

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