Webcast: A better way to develop Enterprise Applications – Nov 4th

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Imagine if your mainframe and distributed development environments were seamlessly integrated, platform choice was removed from the development stage and you could develop across platforms at the same time. No more project delays due to synchronization problems. Increased flexibility. All skill sets could be leveraged without additional training. Planning and reporting would be much easier. Incompatible systems and processes can be overcome when you use modern development techniques that enable developers in different locations, or on different platforms, to work together collaboratively using unified processes.

Join us for this complimentary webcast and learn how modern applications that span multiple architectures can be developed and coordinated across multiple teams using standard, unified processes. In this webcast, we’ll discuss how to create a development environment that can improve productivity by up to 30 percent through exploitation of new IBM technology, using open standard languages such as Java, C/C++ and COBOL. This environment also lets you test your enterprise applications on alternate servers, thereby removing development cycles from production machines. Because skills in enterprise application development are so valuable, using a standard open-source development environment is extremely productive and enables faster and more agile development across platforms. No matter which technologies you use for development in multiple locations, this collaborative software enables you to still make workload-optimization choices at deployment time. We will review and demonstrate how you can work smarter, extend existing technology and develop new applications faster — without worrying which platform they are running on.
In this session, you’ll learn how the latest IBM technology can help you:

  • Improve quality and reduce development time by using unified development tooling
  • Streamline the development process with dynamic syntax checking, end-to-end debugging and simple integrated access to other tools
  • Reduce administration, improve flexibility and increase productivity by using agile development techniques on all platforms
  • Quickly bring terminal-based applications to the Web

Register now for this webcast by logging onto http://event.on24.com/clients/ibm/244021
Speaker: Jeffrey Miller, Senior Systems Engineer, Strategy, IBM Software Group
Broadcast date: November 4, 2010, 11 a.m., EDT
Developed for: IT enterprise managers, enterprise architects, application architects and solution architects
Technical level: Basic – intermediate
This webcast will also be available for replay after the event.

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