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This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Network problem determination: AIX tools for system administrators (AIX and UNIX)
- Integrate third-party widgets with IBM ECM Widgets: Integration with the In-basket widget (Information Management)
- Distributed data processing with Hadoop: Application development (Linux)
- Add your own GIMP features (Open source)
- Enable a collaborative experience for HTML forms (Web development)
- New WebSphere Developer Technical Journal (WebSphere)
- Gourmet Java technology for Android applications (XML)
- Using XML and JSON with Android: Explore the benefits of JSON and XML in Android applications (XML)