Do you use Maven?

How about the code generation features in MyEclipse?

Are you a MyEclipse Blue user (IBM shops)?

If you answered "yes" to any of those questions then we have a nice surprise for you - MyEclipse 10.7 is now on the market. It's an incremental release as we march toward the release of MyEclipse 11 in January, but it is awesome for our power users and those in IBM shops who use WebSphere.  All features in Maven, code generation, and deployment to IBM WebSphere have been optimized for a rich user experience while you design, develop and deliver your software.

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Enjoy this incremental release (for Windows, Linux & Mac of course); we'll have even more exciting news in a month with the release of MyEclipse 11.

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Posted on Nov 27th 2012