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New IBM Software PowerPack evaluation program for Java and .Net developers Are you developing in Java, ANSI C++, Visual C++6, CORBA, IDL, MIDL, or XML, Or are you a .NET developer using Visual C#, Visual Basic, NET, ASP, .NET, or evaluating the .NET platform? Either way with the new PowerPack you’ll get a robust collection of resources that will enable you to evaluate IBM software development tools designed to help you with your
specific developer needs. Visit: http://www.ibm.com/vrm/software/powerpack/emeagr and pick the resources you are interested in to get started.

Plus, Get the tools, training and support you need to build applications on Linux or Windows platforms. Register for our Software Evaluation Kit (SEK) with trial editions of IBM development tools and middleware on DVDs. Visit the Speed-start your Linux app and Speed-start Web services portals where you will find loads of tutorials and articles and online forums moderated
by IBM experts to help answer your questions. Software Evaluation Kit available here: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/o ... r-L1445sek

More graphics from the command line
Tips and tricks for using ImageMagick on Linux
This article presents more examples of the ImageMagick suite, this time demonstrating how to put curved corners, logos, or frames and borders on your images, as well as how to convert to and from multipage file formats including Adobe's PDF format.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/l ... mageMagick

Simulate devices using DSF
The Device Simulator Framework (DSF) provides an easy-to-use ioctl interface to all your devices, real or imagined. Intended for experienced kernel and device driver software developers, DSF makes it easier to debug and test device code that would otherwise be difficult to simulate or recreate.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/l ... r-L1445DSF

Open source development using C99
What is C99? Who needs it? Is it available yet? In this article the author discusses the 1999 revision of the ISO C standard, with a focus on the availability of new features on Linux and BSD systems.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/l ... _sourceC99


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