You already know that MyEclipse Blue Edition is a powerful IDE for IBM WebSphere developers. But did you know you can discard your IBM products all together? Of course, this saves time, money and energy while giving you greater flexibility.

Here's how: using MyEclipse Blue's 35+ server connectors, you can deploy your RAD/WSAD projects to almost any server you wish. So, you could import all your old projects, deploy them to something new and then remove yourself from IBM dependency all together. It's a true migration tool for those wanting to get off the IBM stack. Simple, huh?

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Posted on Mar 10th 2010