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Special Deal for MyEclipse Customers!

Posted on Jan 22nd 2014

Great News, MyEclipsers! MyEclipse subscribers can now get 25% off Linux VPS Hosting or Linux Cloud VPS Hosting from RoseHosting.com! RoseHosting.com has been the trusted cloud hosting provider for Genuitec for some time now and they have graciously put together this amazing discount for our customers. You can claim … Read More

Java EE 7 Lends Power & Productivity to MyEclipse 2014

Posted on Jan 15th 2014

MyEclipse 2014 has been out for just over a month now and we’re excited to hear that many of you are adopting the new workbench. The new workbench was specifically designed to coincide with the richer functionality of Java EE 7 while bringing you a higher productivity and … Read More

More Skills that Get You Noticed with MyEclipse 2014

Posted on Jan 10th 2014

CyberCoders, a leading recruiting firm, has released their list of the 10 Most In-Demand Software Development skills for 2014. The list is compiled from analyzing thousands of tech firm hiring requirements and from consultations with tech recruiters to determine the top skills most sought out. The list has … Read More

Add REST WEB APIs with Just One-Click

Posted on Jan 7th 2014

Faster, faster. For 2014, we’re focusing on giving Eclipse Java developers what they need most – time. We get it, you’re busier than ever before and you’re developing for more devices. It can mean a lot of work duplication, a lot of editing and quite frankly a lot … Read More

Re-think Cloud and Mobile with MyEclipse 2014

Posted on Jan 3rd 2014

Yesterday Wired magazine published a guest piece on the demise of legacy applications and the importance of “rethinking existing business process systems for the new opportunities and constraints of cloud.” After outlining some common rationalizations on why CIOs stray from the move over to cloud development, writer Michael … Read More

Java EE 7 in MyEclipse 2014

Posted on Dec 12th 2013

Java EE 7 For MyEclipse 2014. MyEclipse is known for wrapping up all the goodness of open-source, popular Eclipse technologies, and adding our own “secret-sauce” to help take your development further. For 2014, you should expect no less as we’ve taken our normal bar and raised it with … Read More

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