IBM Developer Day - Technology Track
Eclipse continues to be the core technology
in hundreds of commercial products from IBM.
Come listen to experts discuss how IBM
products build on Eclipse to provide value to
our customers and the Eclipse community.
10:10 am – Tim DeBoer, WebSphere
The Perfect Marriage -- Rational Application Developer and WebSphere Application Server.
Rational Application Developer (RAD) is the premier development environment for applications targeting the WebSphere Application Server. The next version of RAD (7.5) is available as an open, public beta, and this session will describe the content and important new features in the RAD 7.5 beta. The session will include a live demonstration of the latest code, highlighting the new features, and the integration with the WebSphere Application Server.
11:10 am – Rafael Coss, IBM
10x Productivity Increase in Java Data Application Development with new IBM Data Studio and pureQuery.
Using the new IBM Data Studio and pureQuery, you can be ten times more productive when developing Java™ and SQL. Learn how Java application developers and database administrators can optimize business performance by cuting down on SQL coding errors inside Java and building complete high-performing Java applications and tests without writing a single line of code. Deliver faster time to market by customizing SQL inside Java, taking the drudgery out of SQL programming using SQL code assist, SQL validation, quick fixes, SQL execution, SQL open definition and more.
12:10 pm – Angus McIntyre, Lotus
IBM Lotus Symphony: Open Alternative to Proprietary Office Tools
IBM will preview Lotus® Symphony, its open alternative to proprietary office tools. The Eclipse technology-based Rich Client Platform and equinox programming model are the cornerstone of IBM Software group client strategy powering over 20 million desktops world-wide has been proven in production by customers, partners and the development community. This session covers the highlights of IBM Software Group client strategy and recent advances by partners and developers.
Tim deBoer is a member of the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) PMC and component lead for WTP Server Tools. Tim also works at the IBM Toronto Lab on development tools for WebSphere Application Server, and is the architect for IBM Rational Application Developer.
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