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(Monday April 1, 2002) - IBM is hosting a technical soirée for the purpose of making it perfectly clear why WebSphere is and will be beating the competition in the marketplace. The full-day event is offered on May 1st and 2nd at 590 Madison Avenue, New York City.
On September 6, IBM and eBay jointly announced that the two companies have forged an alliance on three fronts. First, IBM landed a public software coup when eBay selected WebSphere as its next-generation trading platform. Second, IBM will expand its presence on eBay, making the trading...
On December 5, 2001, Rave Software Solutions opened the first WebSphere Innovation Center (WIC) in New York City. Located in the Information Technology Center Building at 55 Broad Street in the heart of the financial district, the center expects to draw clients from Boston to Philadelp...
Global Holding & Investment Company is a retail consumer finance business founded 17 years ago in what was essentially a different technological era. President and CEO Joe Jones discusses how WebSphere has helped to transform his business from a paper-based company to a sleek automated...
Jack and Pat Martin, editors of WebSphere Developer's Journal, recently sat down with Don Ferguson, 'the Father of WebSphere,' to talk about its history and his view of WebSphere's future.
When first presented with the idea of moving into a WebSphere production environment, I looked for the exit door. I had been designing in a Web environment since it went graphical in 1994. Through the years I used a relatively small collection of software tools to accomplish my tasks a...
On December 5, 2001, Rave Software Solutions opened the first WebSphere Innovation Center (WIC) in New York City. Located in The Information Technology Center Building at 55 Broad Street in the heart of the financial district, the center expects to draw clients from Boston to Philadelp...