Happy New Year?

This one we can't ignore. As a special gift to you, the loyal IBM RAD user, IBM would like increase the cost of your RAD license.

Now for a whopping $8,030 per floating license, you get several Gigabytes worth of functionality. Or, you could get a slightly better deal with Genuitec's MyEclipse Blue Edition, which costs $150 per seat per year and gives you all the WebSphere power you desire.

Nothing like a little price hike in a down economy.

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Posted on Jan 7th 2010