Oracle's New Drive for Developers

December 10, 2004


SAN FRANCISCO -- Oracle (Quote, Chart) is approaching its legions of developers with a new set of tools and incentives to invigorate its install base.

The Redwood Shores, Calif.-based software giant announced the start of Project Columbus, a platform for developers made by developers that is expected to launch in earnest next year. Oracle also announced Oracle JDeveloper 10g Release 2, which debuts the company's Application Development Framework (ADF) Faces, graphical components that are based on the JavaServer Faces (JSR-127) specification.

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