Red Hat's JBoss Aims to Improve User Productivity, UI in 2010
Jan 25, 2010, 17:17 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat's JBoss middleware division is set to have a busy 2010
as it continues to improve its developer tools and Java servers.
While feature improvements are always important for JBoss, this
year's focus will be on improving the way that developers work with
their tools and servers.
"Among the efforts that JBoss will be pushing this year are
improvements to its JBoss Developer Studio (JBDS) . JBDS began its
life as a closed-source technology from vendor Exadel, called
Exadel Studio Pro, which was open sourced in a joint development
with JBoss in 2007.
"Mark Little, Red Hat's chief technologist for middleware, told
InternetNews.com that JBDS has been seeing regular releases while
adding new features. But he said the key to moving forward,
however, is about improving productivity."
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