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    Report Predictions 2018: New Technologies Propel Software Development

    Serverless, Low-Code, And Natural Interfaces Emerge To Complement Agile And DevOps Adoption

    Every company is in the software business. Fast, iterative delivery of high-quality software means better customer engagement and higher satisfaction. Software development leaders face new...

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    Report Quick Take: Microsoft Attracts Developers Through Choice, Scale, And Imagination

    Developer conferences are among the hottest technology events these days, selling out in days if not hours. Developers willingly queue up to get the latest information on core platform technologies...

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    Report The Engagement Platform's Aggregation Tier

    A Closer Look At The Heart Of Modern Enterprise Architecture

    The Forrester report "Mobile Needs A Four-Tier Engagement Platform" outlined the enterprise architecture required for a successful digital strategy that serves customers via web and mobile...

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    Report Brief: Mobile Middleware — Right Or Wrong?

    When A Mobile Middleware Solution Makes Sense

    Mobile apps commonly access data stored in corporate systems of record; unfortunately, these systems were not architected for the demands of mobile clients. This creates a need for an interface...

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    Report Systems Of Automation Will Enrich Customer Engagement

    Modern Applications Need Operational Context
    February 27, 2014 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    How will companies use modern applications to enrich customer engagements? In short, by exploiting context. Creating customer context means aggregating information from mobile devices, tapping...

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    Report Development Landscape: 2013

    Developer Forrsights North America And Europe
    August 22, 2013 | Jeffrey S. Hammond, Vivian Brown

    Software development is changing rapidly; firms must use this to their advantage to avoid falling behind. The Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013 shows that mobile development is among the hottest...

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    Report Here Comes The Open Web — Embrace It

    The New Web Platform For Customer Engagement And Much More (Part 1)
    January 24, 2012 | Jeffrey S. Hammond, John R. Rymer

    The Web is moving on to a new era of openness, mobility, and digital business. The open Web is a platform built on HTTP (the fundamental web protocol), a new generation of HTML, dynamic languages,...

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    Report jQuery Mobile: The App Internet, Without The App

    Going Hands-On With jQuery Mobile Shows The Growing Power Of The Web
    November 1, 2011 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    In the first installment of our new "hands-on" mobile series, we build and deploy a simple mobile application with jQuery Mobile. jQuery Mobile is easy to install and set up and allows developers...

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    Report Hudson's Move To Eclipse Will Bring Continuous Integration To A Wider Corporate Audience

    August 18, 2011 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Oracle's proposed contribution of the Hudson continuous integration project to the Eclipse Foundation bears further scrutiny, as Forrester expects that the reconstituted Eclipse Hudson project will...

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    Report The Future Of Java

    Java Will Be Constrained By The Bounds Of Oracle's Business Model
    January 21, 2011 | John R. Rymer, Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Drama has been running high since Oracle began to shape up the Java technology it acquired along with Sun Microsystems. Oracle ended the impasse over a new core Java release, set out a road map for...

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    Report Define Your Mobile Development Strategy

    Organization: The Mobile App Development Playbook
    August 24, 2010 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Developing mobile applications used to be an arcane activity pursued by highly specialized developers, but no more. The surge in popularity of Android devices, BlackBerries, and iPhones has...

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    Report The Mall Of Google

    The Internet Ad Giant Shifts Emphasis To Include Enterprise IT
    July 21, 2010 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Open source is no longer a "don't ask, don't tell" secret in enterprise application development shops: Increased executive awareness and evolving open source business models are leading shops to...

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    Report Does HTML 5 Herald The End Of RIA Plug-Ins? Not Really

    The Pending Demise Of Popular Rich Internet App Platforms Is Wildly Overstated
    April 21, 2010 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Will HTML 5 make rich Internet application (RIA) technologies such as Adobe Flash/Flex and Microsoft Silverlight obsolete? For at least the next five years, the answer is a definite "no";...

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    Report Oracle Gets More Specific About Its Sun Plans

    No Forced Migrations, But Only Some Sun Products Seem Strategic To Oracle
    December 21, 2009 | John R. Rymer, Jeffrey S. Hammond, James Staten

    As the European Commission's (EC's) objections to the acquisition of Sun Microsystems continue to delay the deal, Oracle issued clarification on its intentions for Sun's technology, most notably...

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    Report With "11g," Oracle Steps Out Of IBM's Middleware Shadow

    New Release Will Also Blast Past SAP NetWeaver And Challenge Microsoft
    August 19, 2009 | Jeffrey S. Hammond, John R. Rymer

    The latest release of Oracle Fusion Middleware, dubbed "11g," establishes Oracle as the innovator among Java platform vendors. The first modules of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g — the core Java...

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    Report Behind "Cloud" Is Your Future Application Environment: Ultra Modular Computing

    Shift Cloud Excitement To Your Own Data Centers
    April 6, 2009 | Charles Brett, Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Cloud computing is all the rage, but its greatest benefit may be to teach IT organizations how to build flexible and cost-efficient private data centers. The technical foundations of cloud...

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    Report Case Study: Reliant Security Innovates With Open Source Software

    February 2, 2009 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Retailers that want to accept credit cards need to demonstrate that their systems are Payment-Card-Industry- (PCI-) compliant. The problem is that implementing PCI compliance can be expensive, and...

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    Report Open Source Adoption: Notes From The Field

    Adoption Moves Up The Stack, But Concerns Vary By Region

    At Forrester's IT Forum EMEA 2008, we met with application development and enterprise architecture professionals from European firms that are actively using open source software and spoke with them...

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    Report JavaOne: The Next Phase Is "Consumer + Choices"

    Sun Finally "Gets It" But Needs To Move Fast To Succeed

    At this year's twelfth annual JavaOne conference, the Java Nation was healthy and vibrant. At a reported 15,000 participants, attendance was strong despite the weak economy, and the conference...

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    Report Enterprise Open Source Use In 2007

    June 9, 2008 | Jeffrey S. Hammond

    These data charts discuss trends seen in enterprise open source usage in 2007.

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    Report Application Server Quality: Review Your Assumptions

    April 25, 2008 | John R. Rymer, Jeffrey S. Hammond

    Which application server has the fewest critical bugs? Is easiest to configure? Has the best quality overall? These questions play a key role in application development professionals' evaluations...

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    Report The Forrester Wave™: Dynamic Programming Languages, Q3 2007

    Python Is An All-Purpose Leader; PHP And Perl Are Popular Options
    August 16, 2007 | Jeffrey S. Hammond, Michael Goulde

    Forrester evaluated leading dynamic programming languages across 90 criteria and found that Python, PHP, and Perl have established leadership, thanks to their dynamic programming language...

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