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Hot Topics

Matching by ExceptionIf you create data-oriented apps, then you almost always need to locate records that match a given set of criteria. Learn how to produce more flexible, data-driven solutions with the match-by-exception design pattern. [Read More]

Apply the Web to Your DataTechniques for development of Web apps can be used for all types of apps. Learn how to abstract resources from physical locations by applying the REST design pattern. [Read More]

Eclipse ALF Automates the Life CycleNo single ALM vendor has the best solution for all disciplines. See how Eclipse's Application Lifecycle Framework (ALF), as a new concept in vendor cooperation, provides a unique level of repeatability and transparency. [Read More]

Java's RIA Option for Robust Web AppsDo you want the responsiveness of Ajax, but with more solid technologies? Consider Java Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), and understand the advantages of developing with these solutions. [Read More]

Putting Ajax in PerspectiveCheck out what industry experts had to say during the panel discussion at FTP's Virtual Tradeshow on Ajax. Participants spoke candidly about topics ranging from app trends that promote the Ajax design approach to the impact of Ajax technologies on search engine optimization. [Read More]


Bringing Back TurboIn the 1990s, Borland's Turbo development kits meant fast, low-cost, high-quality software development. Today, Borland brings back Turbo with its announcement of four new products: Turbo C++, Turbo Delphi, Turbo Delphi for .NET, and Turbo C#. [Read More]

Data Dude and VS Team DevelopmentDatabase developers and database administrators have always been second-class citizens in the Microsoft world. Discover how Data Dude changes all that. [Read More]

An Icon in TransitionBorland plans to focus on application life-cycle management (ALM) solutions for the enterprise and divest itself of traditional development tools. [Read More]
Deploy Supporting Files During Your VSTS Unit TestsIt can be complicated to move configuration files in a post-build event with Visual Studio 2005 Team System. You can make things easier with one of two options. [Read More]


Mastering Portal ManagementHow can you support and manage a Web app once it's deployed and no longer controlled by you directly? This chapter from ASP.Net 2.0 Web Parts in Action demonstrates various methods to help you keep an eye on your code. [Read More]

Understand Eclipse RCP ConceptsGet an introduction to essential Eclipse concepts and mechanisms, and ground them in technical detail. This chapter from Eclipse Rich Client Platform shows you how the Eclipse platform works, both physically and conceptually. [Read More]

Dissecting the .NET FrameworkNeed to brush up on your Visual Basic skills? In this chapter from Start-to-Finish Visual Basic, learn about the origins of .NET, the .NET object, different framework components, and Visual Studio 2005, and complete an example .NET project. [Read More]

Implement the Spring Web MVC FrameworkIn this chapter from Agile Java Development With Spring, Hibernate, and Eclipse, learn the benefits Spring MVC and the Spring Web MVC Framework, and build three Time Expression screens using Spring MVC. [Read More]

Get to Know the SQL CLR Feature SetToday's database app developers must simultaneously learn how SQL Server 2005's SQL CLR features work and develop a judicious sense of when to use T-SQL instead of the SQL CLR feature set. This chapter from Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2005 helps you use SQL CLR features and apply them appropriately. [Read More]

Get Started with XMLHttpRequest ObjectThis chapter from Understanding Ajax introduces the XMLHttpRequest object, demonstrating how to troubleshoot implementation differences between browsers, create example page requests, and more. [Read More]
Partner Sites
Development Solutions for Results-Driven TeamsBusiness responsiveness, time-to marketing, and IT flexibility stem from informed decisions based on current data. Discover how you can address your business challenges through IBM's platform for governing software and systems development. [Read More]

The Enterprise Service BusThis Special Report looks at the current state of ESB technology, alternatives that are available for those who do not need an ESB, and what the future holds. [Read More]

Effective Software DeliveryDiscover the benefits of being connected directly with the user and how electronically delivering your latest applications, updates, and patches to the customers' system increases their satisfaction and reduces your support costs. [Read More]


Special Reports

Enterprise Service BusTake a look at the current state of the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), alternative solutions for those who do not need an ESB, and what the future holds for the technology. [Read More]

Web 2.0Discover the technologies behind the Web 2.0 phenomenon so you can design and develop new, exciting Web-based applications. [Read More]

Visual Studio 2005 Team SystemMicrosoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System (VSTS), an integrated software dev platform to help your team build mission-critical apps, delivers new role-based tools for everyone involved in your dev processes. [Read More]

Application Lifecycle ManagementThis FTPOnline Special Report shows you best practices for designing, building, testing, deploying, and managing your applications. [Read More]

State of the Java ArtThe future is bright for the Java technology community, and these advances are paving the way for more avenues of innovation. Check out this Special Report on the state of Java, including coverage from this year's JavaOne conference. [Read More]

SQL ServerLearn about Microsoft SQL Server 2005's new offerings, including business intelligence features, management tools, advanced data and text mining, and more. [Read More]

Mobile Java DevelopmentThe last year has seen significant advancements in platforms and tools that support mobile Java development. Get in-depth details from this FTPOnline Special Report. [Read More]
More Stories from the Field on Code OptimizationTo emphasize the performance benefits of running less code in your apps, James Farley shares some of his professional experiences, stories where companies eliminated unnecessary libraries and reduced calls to a method. [Read More]

What Goes Around, Comes AroundContinuing with his theme of static code analysis, David Falkenstein provides strategies for applying lessons learned during the dev process to your analysis—such as incorporating new rules into your system. [Read More]

Questioning Universal ConnectivityPeter VarholIs the illusive nature of wireless Internet access wearing on your patience? You are not alone. Peter Varhol examines the likelihood of receiving free, universal connectivity in the future. [Read More]

7th International IT Conference DaKM 2022 in London

The 7th International Conference on Data Mining & Knowledge Management (DaKM 2022) welcomes researchers addressing all topics regarding knowledge management to introduce their work in a peer-reviewed IT forum in London. The articles will be reviewed by the Committee consisting of word-renowned published specialists and PhD holders. It is also an opportunity to meet and listen to honored speakers from different countries from leading companies and universities in the field.

The conference invites authors to participate by submitting papers that exhibit important research findings, unique projects, surveying results, and industrial experiences. Notably, the articles should explain and cover major advancements in domains related to the chosen issue in IT. Registered authors are now welcome to deliver their work online because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Submissions for this conference must be original and should not be in the process of being publicized elsewhere or being considered for publication at the time of submission. Those works deemed accepted should be then submitted in a form of a final manuscript, guidelines for which will be provided to the authors. Computer Science Conference Proceedings will publish the conference's proceedings in their Computer Science & Information Technology (CS & IT) series. At the same time, printed copies will be available on site. Furthermore, following additional revisions, chosen papers from DaKM 2022 will be published in special editions of credible international journals, for example, IJDMS, IJDKP, IJGCA.

The following are just a few of the subjects that can be covered at the forum in London:

Foundations of Data Mining:

  • Web Mining and Data Mining for Multimedia
  • Algorithms for Parallel and Distributed Data Mining
  • Mining of Data Streams and Graph Mining

Knowledge Processing

  • Trends in Mining
  • Data Mining Languages and Interfaces
  • Data Mining and OLAP
  • Knowledge Representation and Data Representation
  • Framework and Process for Knowledge Discovery

Data Mining Tools

  • SNS
  • Classification and Forecasting
  • Clustering
  • Biometrics
  • Bioinformatics and databases
  • Mining of Educational Data

Still, the conference is not restricted to the subjects above.

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