April 3, 2006

Sun signals a new day for open source

Tim Bray, co-creator of XML and director of Web technologies at Sun Microsystems, talks to InfoWorld Senior Editor Neil McAllister about Sun's efforts to open its code

April 3, 2006

Orbitz gets up and running fast with open source

Open source tools allow travel site to keep pace with well-funded competitors

April 3, 2006

Christian Science Monitor seeks closer technology relationships

Traditional, proprietary software couldn't support an entrepreneurial approach to IT

February 13, 2006

The open source answer: An interview with Bruce Snyder

Industry insider says open source tips the balance toward the build side, thanks to shorter development times and increased possibilities for reuse

January 16, 2006

SQL Server bulks up

Microsoft's beefy remake brings hefty new capabilities and a slew of new tools to master

December 12, 2005

Scaling your applications to 64-bit computing

The key to deploying today's 64-bit CPUs is knowing where to use them

November 30, 2005

C and C++ give way to managed code

Java and C# are becoming the application languages of choice for enterprise developers

November 30, 2005

2005 survey spots trends in software development

Java, C#, and modeling gain momentum, while testing and QA are still widely lacking

November 28, 2005

No. 7: The woe of the WAN

There's more to WAN performance than just the size of the pipe between offices

November 7, 2005

Making SOA work

Four companies explain how they met the challenge of implementing service-oriented architecture

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