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Aonix User Interface Management System Delivers GUI Development for 64-bit

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| Aonix(R), an independent international company delivering complete solutions
| for safety- and mission-critical applications, released TeleUSE(R) version
| 4.0, the latest version of its object-oriented User Interface Management
| System environment, for 64-bit architectures. New platform support in TeleUSE
| 4.0 enables seamless cross-platform Motif graphical user interface (GUI)
| application development on the latest 64-bit systems running Linux, Solaris,
| and HPUX. A 32-bit edition of TeleUSE 4.0 continues to support development of
| applications on 32-bit platforms.


MIPS Technologies Unveils Groundbreaking Linux Development Tools in New
Integrated Component Suite

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| MIPS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MIPS), a leading provider of
| industry-standard architectures, processors and analog IP for digital
| consumer, home networking,
| wireless, communications and business applications, today introduced the new
| MIPS Navigator(TM) Integrated Component Suite (ICS) to enable embedded
| developers to more easily code, debug and analyze Linux systems on
| MIPS-Based(TM) SoCs and embedded systems.



Linux Development Thriving

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| There was a time when developers were clamouring all over Microsoft, but
| latest figures from Evans Data shows that fewer than one in ten software
| developers are writing applications for Windows Vista this year – just eight
| percent. To rub salt in the wound, the data shows that 49 percent of
| developers are writing applications for Windows XP.
| Linux is also thriving it would seem. 13 percent are writing applications,
| with 15.5 percent in 2009.
| [...]
| Unfortunately for Microsoft, that probably means re-investing in XP and
| dumping Vista like an unwanted prom date.


Vista's big problem: 92 percent of developers ignoring it

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| Such appreciation for history is not likely to warm the ****les of
| Microsoft's heart, especially when Linux is getting lots of love from
| developers (13 percent writing apps for it this year and 15.5 percent in
| 2009).


Coders Tell Why They're Avoiding Vista

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| Microsoft Corp. undoubtedly wanted to avoid its current predicament. It has
| been publicly talking up features in Vista since 2003 -- half a decade.
| But such "overmarketing," as Krasowski calls it, can rebound. Experienced
| developers have become jaded towards the third-party apps Microsoft trots out
| as exemplars of Redmond's latest technology -- "demoware," he calls them --
| that sparkle with flashy animation and video.

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