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Application Generation Comes of Age

, 13 Jun 2005
Taking full advantage of the built-in infrastructure services of the Microsoft .NET Framework - without taking months to learn new languages, APIs and protocols - is one of the most pressing challenges faced by enterprise application developers today.

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IronSpeed Inc.
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Iron Speed makes software development tools for database application developers who need to build powerful, enterprise-class, Web applications in less time, and with fewer resources. The company?s flagship product, Iron Speed Designer, quickly creates about 80% of an application?s infrastructure programming, allowing developers to focus on the remaining 20% of the application logic that is unique. Iron Speed recognizes that developing Web applications is more complicated than traditional application development, and so provides software development tools for IT departments looking to take advantage of the flexibility and extensibility of Web-based applications.
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