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  1. SpringSource

    SpringSource was the company created by the founders of the Spring Framework to support and develop Spring and related projects. Originally incorporated as Interface 21, it was renamed SpringSource in 2008 to better reflect its main business. Over time most of the Spring developers were employed full-time by the company which offered training and consulting services to finance its activities. Recognising that the platform of choice for most Spring applications was Apache Tomcat, SpringSource merged with Covalent in January 29, 2008. Like SpringSource, Covalent was the financial vehicle supporting the developers of Tomcat. Several other acquisitions followed: G2One, Hyperic and Cloud Foundry. As a result SpringSource employed some of the lead developers and committers of the Apache Tomcat, Apache HTTP Server, Hyperic, Groovy and Grails open source communities. SpringSource was also a participant in the Java Community Process

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  1. SpringSource

    SpringSource provides an application framework in the Java space called Spring. It offers commercial support subscriptions and added value software for the Spring Framework and many other products in the Spring Portfolio.The Spring Framework and related products are used by a majority of all enterprise Java developers. Companies like JP Morgan, HSBC, Orbitz, Accenture, and Cap Gemini all use Spring to build highly scalable and mission-critical systems.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of springsource in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of springsource in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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