Genuitec, LLC, a founding and strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation, has announced the immediate availability of Pulse 3.0; the unbreakable, cross-enterprise life cycle management platform. Pulse gives global corporations a less expensive but powerful solution for smarter software delivery across teams and to end-users, leading many enterprise clients to even look at Pulse as a replacement for IBM's Jazz technologies.
Tasktop Technologies, the company behind the open-source Mylyn framework, has introduced a new version of its namesake product that provides what founder Mik Kersten calls the "missing link" between software development delivery and agile project tracking and management.
The Eclipse based Ruby development tools have been around for many years and were widely used, particularly in Rails development through the extensions provided by RadRails. RDT and RadRails have both been integrated into Aptana Studio some time ago, and RDT's main developer, Chris Williams, has been hired by Aptana.
Stuart McGill, CTO at Micro Focus, said: Ã¢â‚¬Å“The release of COBOL for Eclipse is an important step for Micro Focus as we look to provide our customers with the tools needed to develop applications across any environment.Ã¢â‚¬ï¿½