This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
---Kada Systems Announces Availability for Palm OS--- Today, we have posted our first release for Kada Mobile (CLDC/MIDP 1.0) for Palm OS 4.x and 5.x. We are particularly excited about this release, as it will be the most contemporary Java implementation for PALM delivering a unique combination of small footprint (400KB), superior performance, with new features such as support for up to 4 MB of heap, 5-way navigation (Tungsten feature), new networking libraries with Palm 5.0, and high-resolution graphics. We are equally committed to MIDP 2.0 support on the Palm, this will be Increasing essential as more Palm devices support wireless capabilities � look for these developments in the summer 2003. ---Easier Access to Evaluation Releases--- Kada Systems sincerely appreciates your interest in the Kada Mobile Platform for J2ME. We have simplified the steps in order to obtain the Evaluation and Beta software. All you need to do is reply to this email with a preferred user name and password, and we will immediately provide you access to the Evaluation Center. Currently available on the Evaluation Center is our "Java Powered" certified Win32, Palm and Pocket PC 2002 implementation of Kada Mobile. This release can be integrated with Borland's JBuilder 8 and MobileSet 3 and Metrowerks CodeWarrior Studio 7. If you don't use a Java development tool, you can also run and test Kada Mobile using command line options. ---Available soon! Kada Mobile for Texas Instruments TCS2100 chipset--- Kada Systems will be the only Java vendor to deliver support for the TI TCS 2100 Chipset and Wireless Software foundation. Through our agreement with TI, Kada will make available to device manufacturers and developers an evaluation copy of the SDK on-line enabling you to test your MIDlets on the TI emulation environment with the Kada Mobile �Java Powered� CLDC/MIDP implementation. ---Upcoming Releases!--- We are committed to support for MIDP 2.0 on all our commercial platforms. You should begin to see availability of Beta releases in late May. Kada Systems is also fully committed to the Connect Device Configuration, Foundation Profile, Personal Basis Profile and Personal Profile. Our development lab is activity testing our first implementation under Windows, Pocket PC and soon Palm. This is just a glimpse of the tremendous efforts that are underway at Kada. I encourage taking advantage for our special offer to join the Kada Mobile Developer Network today and visit us www.kadasystesm.com for more information on our products, development and deployment licensing programs.
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