"Lotus Development Corp. and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today unveiled two
resources for software developers focused on collaborative
technologies. The new Collaboration Zone on IBM developerWorks
offers objective content on the latest technologies for developers
building open, standards-based and cross- platform collaborative
solutions. Lotus Developer Network (LDN), a new Lotus resource
site, offers developers in-depth information for building
collaborative e-business applications and a gateway to the
extensive Lotus developer community."
"The new Collaboration Zone of developerWorks --
www.ibm.com/developerworks -- provides sample code, original
in-depth technical articles, expert columns, and industry news on
collaborative application development that uses open standards such
as Java, XML and Linux, as well as open workflow and messaging
standards. Like the XML Zone and Linux Zone, the Collaboration Zone
-- the newest member of the technology-oriented zones now in beta
-- responds to the demands of developers who are committed to
applying open standards in their development efforts, and those who
seek a technical, vendor-neutral perspective."
"As knowledge-sharing has become an essential tool in creating
e-business, the launch of the Collaboration Zone on developerWorks
is a timely addition to the site," said Gina Poole, director, IBM
developerWorks and alphaWorks. "It is part of developerWorks'
larger effort to provide highly targeted technical content on such
subjects as XML, Java, Linux and Web architecture."
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