The summer has begun, and our main conference season is finished with the conclusion of the IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference 2012. With nearly 700 attendees ranging from Web developers, to IT managers and business owners, the event marked a turning point for Genuitec's MyEclipse Blue product line. What changed? Recognition.

Developers who are looking for up-to-date tools for their WebSphere and Portal investments know that MyEclipse Blue is a true alternative to IBM RAD tools with better open source functionality, a smaller footprint, and a price point that can't be beat. From the many conversations that our sales and marketing team shared at the event, we came away knowing that MyEclipse Blue has matured - it is now a recognized choice for IBM Web development.

Thanks to all who joined us in Austin - we'll see you next year!

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Posted on May 29th 2012