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Sys-con launches four new titles; buys online magazine.

Sys-Con Media (Montvale, NJ) has begun the publication of three new technology magazines, including WebSphere Developer's Journal, Web Services Journal and Linux Business Week, and will launch a fourth, BEA WebLogic Developer's Journal, in January 2002. In addition, the company has acquired an online magazine, CFAdvisor.

Web Services Journal is a monthly with a mixed circulation of developers, CIOs and CTOs. Editorial covers the process of assemblying Web services into "business Webs" with case studies of the implementation of languages, applications and codes. The journal will also include product reviews, industry news, commentary and analysis of new business models. The company said the title is designed to help companies streamline business processes on both their corporate network and the Internet.

WebSphere Developer's Journal is a monthly with a mixed circulation of 25,000 professionals who design, build, deploy and administer IBM's WebSphere suite of software products for developing and deploying interoperable e-business applications. The premier issue was shipped with the July issue of Sys-Con's Java Developer' s Journal.

Earlier this year, Sys-Con began the publication of Linux Business Week, a tabloid that focuses on Linux news and industry developments. Targeted to corporate developers, CIOs, CTOs, systems architects and IT managers, the title began weekly publication this month. A German-language edition is being produced for the Linux market in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

In January, Sys-Con will begin regular publication of BEA WebLogic Developer's Journal, a monthly that will offer "unmatched, fresh, technical knowledge and insight" for developers who use "leading i-technology tools in their mission-critical, enterprise applications," Sys-Con said. A premier issue was shipped with the July issue of Java Developer's Journal.

Finally, Sys-Con has acquired the assets of CFADvisor, an online Cold- Fusion e-zine. Launched in May 1998, the acquired information service provides information on usable code, news updates, conference reports and interviews with industry leaders. It covers such topics as custom tags, functions, variables, structures, Java-Script usage, debugging techniques and programming practices. Some of the site's editorial will be used in SysCon's ColdFusion Developer's Journal.
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