Adobe debuts Flash tools, renamed Flex Builder

Adobe debuts Flash tools, renamed Flex Builder

Adobe Systems will roll out on Monday a slew of development tools and technologies for the Flash Platform, including a...

March 22nd, 2010 Paul Krill

OPINION: A tale of two Microsoft development teams

OPINION: A tale of two Microsoft development teams

Covering Microsoft Corp.’s MIX10 developer conference this week has led me to this conclusion: Microsoft’s Windows Phone team needs to go back...

March 17th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

HP beefs up BTO offerings with acquisition of Bristol Technology

HP beefs up BTO offerings with acquisition of Bristol Technology

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEHP announced Monday that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Bristol as a way to...

February 5th, 2007 China Martens

Programming Briefs – An apology to pawns…er, developers

Programming Briefs – An apology to pawns…er, developers

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEAn apology to pawns…er, developers James Plamondon, the former technical evangelist for Microsoft Corp. who in a...

February 1st, 2007 ComputerWorld Canada staff

PeopleSoft dismisses Oracle saga, touts IBM deal

PeopleSoft dismisses Oracle saga, touts IBM deal

The PeopleSoft/Oracle situation was the subject on everyone’s mind. It was also the first issue that Craig Conway addressed in...

September 21st, 2004 Ryan B. Patrick

A developer’s perspective on BPEL

A developer’s perspective on BPEL

Business process execution language (BPEL) is the XML-based language of Web services "orchestration" — that is, a means to connect...

July 19th, 2004 John Udell

Novell releases Mono 1.0

Novell releases Mono 1.0

After three years of development, open source developers now have an alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s .Net application development platform, thanks...

July 1st, 2004 Robert McMillan

Borland Canada playing it safe

Borland Canada playing it safe

The best way to appeal to Canada's conservative software-buying tendencies is to convince purchasers you're the safest bet, according to...

March 6th, 2003 Michael MacMillan

Borland Canada playing it safe

Borland Canada playing it safe

The best way to appeal to Canada's conservative software-buying public is to convince them you're the safest bet, according to...

February 18th, 2003 Michael MacMillan