February 13, 2001 -
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc.
Accelerating Java Development with the
- Brent Hansen
March 13, 2001 -
BEA Systems, Inc.
We had three BEA representatives in attendance:
Gonzales (Systems Engineer)
Scott Cartwright (Account Executive)
Duane Farnham (Intel Global Account
April 10, 2001 -
Companies invest vast financial and human resources to build today's
competitive advantage: strategic IT applications To adapt these applications to ever changing business requirements,
IT teams must have extensive knowledge of their inner workings. Without appropriate tools, today's IT developers
spend nearly 50% of their time diving into the code, searching for this knowledge. Can companies really afford to
waste this much precious time when the key to success in the Internet age is responsiveness?
May 8, 2001 -
This was one of Together's best presentation. Never had we seen so
many features the Together Suite had to offer.
June 12, 2001 -
Introduction to Unify
Unify's eWave Product Family
Unify eWave Engine Application Server
Unify eWave Visual Developer
Unify eWave Commerce
Demonstration of Unify eWave products
July 10, 2001 -
A purely technical presentation on developing applications for the
mobile/wireless occasionally connected markets.
August 14, 2001 -
A presentation on Jtest 4.0 and a new Java� development tool,
Jtest automates unit level functionality, can verify system-level functionality and identify
class/component misuse by checking DbC contracts at runtime.
October 9, 2001 - Richard Beauchamp
A presentation on
. This should be an excellent compliment to ParaSoft's presentation.
As developers and managers of Java projects, tools like these are gold mines.
is a Java based build tool. In theory it is kind of like make
without make's wrinkles.
is a regression testing framework written by Erich Gamma and Kent
Beck. It is used by the developer who implements unit tests in Java.
November 13, 2001 -
A presentation on
Wakesoft Architecture Server
. What we need is a world-class application architecture that can:
- Provide implemented solutions for your most complex
- Deliver best practices for
� application development
- Let you select best of breed application server and
development tools of your choice
The result for your team will be more time available to build the
custom parts of your applications�the pieces that are most important to your business.
December 11, 2001 - Richard Beauchamp
- The Unified Modeling Language is a graphical language for
visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system.
presentation on the
Terms, Use Case & Class Diagrams. Preparation for the following