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"Enhydra is an Open Source application server that facilitates the rapid development and deployment of JavaTM and XML based applications. A flexible development environment supports complete separation of interface design, business logic, and data objects, geared towards building maintainable applications and supporting flexible deployment scenarios.
Enhydra is a high performance, scalable server that is based on industry standards such as XML, DODS, servlets, and is written entirely in JavaTM. It integrates with the web server of your choice, including support for WAI, ISAPI, CGI, Apache Jserv, and RMI. For security, Enhydra incorporates SSL support."
"NetBeans is an open source IDE written in the JavaTM programming language; a tools platform into which other tools and functionality can be seamlessly integrated by writing and incorporating modules; and an application core which can be used as a generic framework to build any kind of application."
Open-source software is an idea whose time has finally come. For twenty years it has been building momentum in the technical cultures that built the Internet and the World Wide Web. Now it's breaking out into the commercial world, and that's changing all the rules.
"In 1969, Bell Labs Researcher Ken Thompson began working on the code for hat would eventually become Unix. Some say this was the beginning of Open Source software, but the old-timers will tell you that Open Source was how software was originally done. After all, when IBM started selling the first mass-produced commercial computers in the sixties, the software and its source code came as part of the package. It wasn't until much later that proprietary programs became the norm."
"SourceXchange is a new forum linking Open Source developers worldwide with intensifying commercial interest in Open Source software. Call it one version of the Bazaar: sourceXchange is a wide-open marketplace to facilitate a dynamic exchange between buyers and sellers, a place where highly skilled Open Source developers supply their expertise to committed buyers with well-defined, financially backed Open Source projects."
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