Bluestone to Give Away Java Reference Guide

Bluestone Software Inc. made available an early version of Total-e-Server™, which it claims is the first-ever 100-percent-pure Java Application Server. The evaluation version is free and downloadable via the Web, as well as available on CD.

The Total-e-Server evaluation package is designed as a reference guide for Java developers offering a thorough trail map tutorial on J2EE technology, including building and running JavaServer Pages, Java Servlets, Enterprise JavaBeans, and Tag Libraries. This comprehensive evaluation package enables Java developers to get up to speed with the latest J2EE technology, while also giving them first-hand experience with one of the industry’s most scalable, fault tolerant, high performance J2EE Application Servers.

Developers wishing to learn more about the full range of J2EE application
development and deployment
concepts will enjoy the superior out-of-box experience that eliminates the
need for telephone technical support, the company said in a press statement.
Bluestone offers a simple process via the Web to expedite registration of
the evaluation version.

Unlike many other evaluation offerings, Bluestone’s evaluation package contains no expiration date. Instead, developers can evaluate Total-e-Server and learn about J2EE, as well as develop and test Java applications, at their own pace.

“By putting our leading technology into the hands of the Java community, we can advance the state-of-the-art and help to fill the void of qualified Java developers now and into the future,” said Andre Pino, senior vice president of marketing, Bluestone.

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