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A cadre of former Lotus software employees is leading a reinvigorated push at Microsoft Corp. to lure Lotus customers to .Net with new products and services.
The hot new language from Microsoft Research offers native XML and database support (in addition to the powerful punch of .Net) and possibly ushers in a new generation of programming languages.
Channel Pro columnist Scott Karren says only one thing is stopping ISVs from rushing to embrace .NET: Money.
Micro Focus International announced its new technology for migrating mainframe COBOL applications to Windows and the .Net Framework.
Borland Software Corp. announced a new version of its integrated development environment for .Net, a new modeling framework and a new management solution for Java.
The interoperability tool, which is complementary technology to Web services, offers connectivity between .Net Framework, Java 2 Enterprise Edition and Common Object Request Broker Architecture applications.
In the channel, HP, Inc. is a storied vendor that has relationships...