Orient Open Source Meets Occident

January 1, the France-based open-source consortium ObjectWeb merged with the Chinese IT consortium OrientWare to create a new entity, called OW2. ObjectWeb was launched in 2002 as a joint project between INRIA, Bull and France Telecom, before evolving to a more global organisation. OrientWare was created in 2004 as a consortium of Chinese universities and software companies. […]

Working with Conferences

Methods & Tools and software development conferences share the same objective to provide expert knowledge to the software development community. This is why I always enjoy cooperating with conference organisers. We feature the banners of the conference we support on the main page of our link section. At the beginning of this year, I am […]

News from the Worlds

Yesterday, I checked on the Web if there are some new interesting sources to get software development news and I found nothing. My usual sources are ComputerWorld and InfoWorld.

Who Benefits from Free Software?

Telelogic has just announced the release of Telelogic Modeler a free Unified Modeling Language (UML) design environment. This entry-level product will allow user with extended needs to migrate to other Telelogic’s products in the same area. Telelogic Modeler is available for download at http://www.telelogic.com/modeling/modeler. Facing the competition of free open source products, major editors like […]