Integration Watch: The slow death of text editors

IDEs have become the preferred working environment for developers, leaving most long-standing text editors with no future … continue reading

Integration Watch: Java EE: The dead man walking

The drive toward small, user-made solutions will push Java’s future away from the cumbersome Java EE … continue reading

Cloud homes still need work

When it comes to security and a few other issues, public-cloud products have a ways to go before they are truly reliable … continue reading

Integration Watch: Open-source presumptuousness

Apache’s actions stem from two poor assumptions about open source: that it needs defending, and that it is innately superior … continue reading

Integration Watch: Hosted development: A viable option

Off-site development has the benefits of SaaS solutions, which is why companies are looking into it now more than ever … continue reading

Integration Watch: Oracle, IBM, and Google… and Java

Fear over Oracle’s control over Java is unfounded; its revamps to Java will improve the platform … continue reading

Integration Watch: Between Java and Ruby

Not much is happening in the land of Java, but Ruby is getting more traction with JRuby … continue reading

Integration Watch: The myth of open-source forking

Forking is talked about a lot, but in truth there are rarely enough resources and open-source developers to make them work … continue reading

Integration Watch: PHP debuts, Delphi returns, and C++ tapers off

While C++ languishes, Embarcadero is making remarkable progress with Delphi … continue reading

Integration Watch: The intractability of parallel programming

Not much progress has been made in the field of parallel programming. What can be done to advance it? … continue reading

Integration Watch: Gimme better tools, please

Integration tools are technically better than they were decades ago, but they still lack some basically critical things … continue reading

Integration Watch: Design books

Andrew Binstock looks over the current crop of books addressing software design, but he finds them lacking … continue reading

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