This week our marketing team is with IBM in Orlando right next to Disney World. We're showing off MyEclipse Blue Edition at the IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference, so if you're here come visit the booth for a chance to win an iPad 2.

The latest edition of MyEclipse Blue is used as either a replacement for IBM Rational Tools or it works seamlessly with those tools to save web and desktop development shops tons of cash compared to IBM solutions.

The newest release, version 9.0, includes support for IBM WebSphere Portal Server 7.0, WebSphere 8, IBM DB2 connectors for Windows and Linux operating systems, as well as HTML5 , Java EE6 and is built on the latest Eclipse train, Helios.

Check out Blue Edition for your web and desktop development needs... it's only $150 a license. :) Go here.

Here's our booth at the show, we just finished setting it up.

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Posted on May 16th 2011