May 22, 2004

Linux fans, foes make Top Software Developers list

The SD Times has published its annual "SD Times 100," honoring companies and organizations influencing the future of software development. Top honorees include the Eclipse Foundation and Wind River, with a number of other Linux- and embedded-oriented companies -- and enemies -- also rating inclusion.

The Eclipse Foundation took top honors in the "Tools & Environments" category, where, the SD Times notes, "The second release of the Eclipse IDE [click here for more], and robust support from a wide range of industry contributors [story] continued catapulting the framework higher -- and deeper -- into the Java and Linux universes."

SlickEdit, which makes IDEs used by hardware-assisted tools vendor American Arium, real-time embedded Linux distributor FSMLabs, and visual GNU-tools vendor Microcross are also listed in this category.



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