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"Beehive" Now Officially an Open Source Project: Apache Beehive BEA Seeks "Ubiquity" Through Open Source Community, Say Its Top Execs Oh Beehive! Exclusive: JDJ Interviews...Alfred Chuang The pre-conference build-up promotions described this year's eWorld, which opened yesterday in San Francisco, as being "where pioneers from BEA, HP and Intel will reveal their thoughts on where they've been, what they've seen, and what's coming." Day One kicked off in the Moscone Center yesterday in a way that suggests the breathless prose of that build-up was for once completely appropriate. Only time will tell if BEA is justified ino riding the SOA horse in so high-profile a way, but anyone listening to the opening keynote here by founder, chairman, and CEO Alfred S. Chuang yesterday was left in no doubt of his certainty that WebLogic Platform 8.1 is the only feasible SOA platform ... (more)

BEA Puts OS Java in the News

"BEA facing growing competition from Eclipse" "Although WebLogic Workshop has been a successful product for BEA, the company is facing growing competition for developer loyalty from other Java tools efforts, including Eclipse, an open-source project founded by IBM. In the past year, usage of Eclipse has shot up dramatically, with usage in North America rising 90 percent, according to Evans Data. The software being released to the open-source community is what BEA calls an "application framework," or a set of utilities for deploying Java applications. For example, the Beehive soft... (more)

WebLogic Blog Round-Up

If one of the true signs of a vibrant developer community is an active blogosphere surrounding a technology, then the WebLogic family of technologies certainly passes that test with flying colors. In case you're not yet active yourself, WLDJ brings you a comprehensive selection from some of the best known (and many of the not so well-known too). Don't forget that you can blog yourself now, too, at the WLDJ site - you can get started in just three minutes at http://blog-n-play.com. Blog Topic: Advancements in Java Productivity By Jim Revera (http://dev2dev.bea.com/blog/jim_rivera/)... (more)

Bosworth Reveals Sneak Peek of Mobile Aspect of BEA Liquid Computing Vision

Adam Bosworth, BEA's chief architect and senior vice president, advanced development, in his eWorld 2004 keynote today, demonstrated a future BEA technology concept code-named Alchemy, designed to enable mobile workers to be as productive offline as they are online. A fundamental component of BEA's Liquid Computing vision, Alchemy is projected to be the industry's first universal client platform designed and optimized for service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and the realities of occasionally connected mobile users. Alchemy supports the productivity pillar of BEA's Liquid Computi... (more)

BEA CTO Dietzen to Highlight Open Source, Services-Based Innovations During JavaOne Keynote

Dr. Scott Dietzen, chief technology officer, BEA Systems, will keynote at the ninth annual JavaOne Worldwide Developer Conference. During his keynote, Dietzen is scheduled to offer attendees demonstrations and tutorials on using innovative technologies including Project Beehive to create Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs). In addition, BEA is slated to showcase the latest advancements in Java development at its booth (#633), and lead 23 technical sessions, speaking panels, and roundtables during the four-day event. BEA is a Platinum Co-Sponsor of this year's event, to be held ... (more)