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something at which a person excels

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(music) loud

the stronger part of a sword blade between the hilt and the foible

used chiefly as a direction or description in music

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In addition, the integration between the Forte for Java lie and the iPlanet
Oracle9iAS and the Forte for Java IDE provide a complete Java environment for building and deploying mission critical e-business applications, faster time-to-market for Java applications.
The Forte for Java IDE has been distributed around the world to more than 4 million developers.
Forte for Java 4, Mobile Edition, based on the NetBeans(TM) open source platform, will be offered at no charge via download from the Sun Web site.
Nearly two years ago, Sun made a commitment to base its commercial Forte for Java product line on the NetBeans open source platform," said Peter Young, vice president, Forte Tools, Sun Microsystems.
The SMTK serves a larger segment of the development community by plugging in to Sun Microsystems' Forte for Java, Borland's JBuilderMobileSet and Metrowerks' CodeWarrior for Java.
The initial release of the CDE is available as a plug in to Suns' Forte for Java product speeding development of scaleable Web service applications.
Serena Joins Forte for Java Extension Partner Program, Enabling Developers to Rapidly Develop and Deploy Java Technology Applications
With highly integrated Web services becoming available to customers, the combination of CrossArtist and the Forte for Java product will put the power of easy Web service integration using Java technology into the hands of more than five million Web designers and developers.
Parasoft Jtest now supports the Forte for Java product and provides developers with a single environment for writing, automatically testing and deploying code.
By building new plug-ins for the Forte for Java IDE, third-party companies and developers are delivering a wide range of functionality for customers to easily build, assemble, and deploy enterprise applications and services on demand in Sun's(TM) Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) and across multiple hardware and software platforms.
By allowing developers and release engineers to enable TraceBack directly from The Forte for Java IDE, diagnosis and recovery from problems encountered in both laboratory and run-time environments will be faster and more efficient than when employing traditional debugging tools.
Macromedia also recently released a tool to help Java programmers integrate its JRun application server with their preferred development environments, including Sun Forte for Java, to create distributed Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications.