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Everything you need to know about IBM WebSphere

 
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A growing number of people are putting out information on the more
than 400 IBM WebSphere components. So you never know where to
go to keep up with the latest WebSphere developments.
Now it's all organized in one convenient place by the people who
know the most about it: IBM. We've created the WebSphere
Evaluation Center, an extension of the WebSphere Developer
Domain. It's a single, easy-to-navigate resource with documentation,
education, certification and the latest downloads -- before they're
available anywhere else. And we update it continuously, so there's
only one site you need to keep current. Download software, learn
how to use it and get certified, all on the same site.
Get it all at http://www.ibm.com/websphere/developer/downloads
Some of our current highlights include:
New Download: WebSphere Studio Entry Edition V4.0, the latest
version! With an integrated visual page designer that supports
dynamic HTML and JSPs, database wizards that support pervasive
devices and Web Services wizards, it makes it even easier to create
dynamic Web applications.
New Download: Homepage Builder V6.0 (Trial Version). Includes thousands
of new templates and images, free layout editing, advanced imaging
effects, i-mode support and WebVideo Studio for creating online video.
New Download: VisualAge for Java Entry Edition V4.0. A visual interface
makes it easy to build and deploy 100% Pure Java Applications, JavaBeans
components, servlets and applets.
Whitepaper: The Bloor Research Group's "Patterns of Experience."
e-business has evolved to a point of such complexity that it is almost
impossible for a chief executive to keep up to date with all the
essential features. This methodology will help plan the right e-business
infrastructure.
Everything you need to know about IBM WebSphere is right here: http://www.ibm.com/websphere/developer/downloads
Sincerely,
The IBM WebSphere Software Marketing Team
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Tony Chen
SCJP, ICS & ICSD (WebSphere)
 
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Do you work for IBM?
 
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I'd like to throw in my 2 cents here. The website Tony Chen recommended is a handy source for developers. We don't have to browse through the IBM site to look for different tools to download -- they're all on one page now. Thanks to Tony Chen!
However, one thing does bug me -- you can only download v4.0 software. v3.5 free downloads are gone. Since v4.0 certification exams aren't available yet, we still have to live with online help in v3.5. To make the situation funnier, many redbooks available are still on v3.0.2. And I am not the first person to have this impression -- check out other postings in this forum.
While IBM invests tons of dollars in marketing v4.0, can't they put in a small share to make us developers' life easier? Isn't this in the best interests of Brother Blue?
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I think this post would fit rather nicely into the "blatant advertising" forum...
 
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Originally posted by Peter Kristensson:
I think this post would fit rather nicely into the "blatant advertising" forum...


You are right, Peter! This IS an advertising email I got from "The IBM WebSphere Software Marketing Team". The reason I post it here is just because I wanna share this piece of info (or AD) with you guys who are also playing around with IBM WebSphere. Thanks!

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Hi!
I'm a websphere newbie. I just want to try it out. When i go to the Download center i'm confused by the various number of options available. Which one should i select to evaluate IBM Websphere Application Server alone?
Thanks
 
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Tony,
thanks for the information.
I found the websphere info/downloads very scattered before. It looks much better now.
So this is a valuable info. I sent the link to 3 other guys in my company.
 
Why does your bag say "bombs"? The reason I ask is that my bag says "tiny ads" and it has stuff like this:
free, earth-friendly heat - a kickstarter for putting coin in your pocket while saving the earth
https://coderanch.com/t/751654/free-earth-friendly-heat-kickstarter
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