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A set of activities that results in software products. Software development may include new development, modification, reuse, re-engineering.

In Today's cut-throat business competitive environment, ASP.NET Development plays a vital role in software development. Now a days, many software development companies use ASP.NET to develop the applications because of its robustness for developing web-based solutions.
The advent of new and better technology is dominating the business market, these days. Seeing the current phase of technology, anyone can easily measure the extent of phenomenal increase in the growth and importance of information technology.
In today's age of competition, custom web development is one answer that meets the specific needs of the clients. The major advantages of custom software development includes it's cost-effectiveness, high quality scalable custom solutions that can perform and deliver quick results. In addition, it saves your money and time too. This is why it is gaining popularity among various business fields. It offers you solutions as per your needs, and you will not find anything that is not of any interest to you.
In the last four years, we have seen how Ruby on Rails (RoR) built on, and accelerated the wider acceptance of, the object-oriented Ruby language. Consequently, the Ruby/RoR combo has become a workhorse of such independent software providers as Nashua (NH)-based HyTech Professionals.
In a preceding post, I touched briefly on the speed, multilingual awareness, security and project management potential of porting over to the NET framework. Let’s get down to cases today and critically examine what happens when a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner gets on the job.
NET 3.5 has passed the six-month mark since being officially released so this seems a good time to strip the hype away and focus on just why the Microsoft offering of Web-ready building-block applications is here to stay.
As the Java web servers of old housed servlets or JSPs, so J2EE application servers are the containers for Enterprise JavaBean (EJBs) framework components. That is, every J2EE application server provides a range of services to EJBs and manages their lifecycle. Understanding this architectural framework is core to working with the distributed-processing, multi-tier and Web-ready potential of the platform.
Last time, I pointed out that the continuing lack of J2EE Enterprise Architects and Business Component Developers puts a crimp on plans by Global 2000 enterprises to migrate their applications to the Web. The other huge hindrance, revealed by a Precision Marketing Group survey a couple of months back, is the complexity of transitioning from legacy client/server frameworks to Web-ready J2EE servers.
The Microsoft layoffs are part of a new Microsoft that is shedding its dead weight of times gone by. Here is a glimpse of where Microsoft is going in the next decade.
Even as J2EE remains at the forefront of robust, highly capable platforms for Web-based applications, there is a pressing need to fill the ranks of developer teams worldwide. Just how does one gain a foothold in the field or, if already hands-on in a team, get the J2EE training to architect Java projects?