Thursday, July 07, 2005

JDeveloper, Eclipse Moves Should Boost Oracle Middleware Stack


Article Summary:

JDeveloper is a solid, feature-rich IDE that is nonetheless often overlooked by the larger Java development community. Oracle's decision to make it free is clearly an attempt to counter the low cost of the Eclipse IDE and place JDeveloper in the hands of more developers, and also to strengthen Oracle's middleware market potential by removing the cost of tooling from the equation. This is part of a broader strategy designed to gain Oracle greater recognition as a service-oriented architecture (SOA) "supervendor" competing against IBM, Microsoft and SAP.

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