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  • Microsoft Zeros In on Lotus

    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.

  • Microsoft Expands .Net With Xen

    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.

  • Fueling the .NET Migration

    Channel Pro columnist Scott Karren says only one thing is stopping ISVs from rushing to embrace .NET: Money.

  • Micro Focus Moves Mainframe Apps to .Net
    Micro Focus International announced its new technology for migrating mainframe COBOL applications to Windows and the .Net Framework.

  • Borland’s Delphi Gains .Net Support

    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.

  • Borland’s Janeva 6 Integrates .Net, Java, CORBA Apps
    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.