Borland Software Corporation (NASDAQ: NM: BORL) has announced
a slew of product offerings from Java solutions and best
practices for leveraging enterprise computing software
platform at JavaOne. More than 10,000 software developers
and enterprise IT managers have gathered to hear the views
of leading companies on the challenges and opportunities
facing Java in the year ahead. Other companies include
BEA, Nokia, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.
a global leader in the software industry for more than
20 years and the voice of almost three million developers,
Borland has the opportunity and a responsibility to help
the Java community meet today''s challenges and prepare
for the future," said Dale Fuller, CEO of Borland.
"The Borland application lifecycle management solutions
on display today enable the world''s leading organisations
to stay ahead of new opportunities, while reducing the
cost and risk associated with leveraging the best of all
available technologies and talent."
the first day''s general session, Borland CTO Pat Kerpan
discussed the balance of creativity and control required
for teams building world-class Java enterprise applications.
Kerpan and Rick Nadler, Borland''s chief scientist for
Java technology, explored what true application lifecycle
management (ALM) should look like: developers efficiently
working together in teams and tackling complex enterprise
applications across distributed environments.
the session, Kerpan and Nadler also advised the participants
to choose and manage the right portfolio of technologies
that will allow their organisations to successfully develop
and deploy applications on the evolving Java platform
and better react to today''s business and technology pressures.
has reached a level of sophistication and complexity unlike
anything we have today or have seen before and this evolution
is creating huge challenges for software developers and
their organisations," said Kerpan. "It is the
industry''s responsibility to provide technology that helps
them overcome these challenges. Tools and team integration
solutions must strike the right balance of creativity
and control so teams can build and integrate solutions
that are scalable, adaptable and maintainable as the Java
platform and broader industry evolves."