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Component Based Development and Integration Forum 
Special interest groups, discussion forums, and news on the subject. Free bronze membership. Analytical reports are available to paid membership only. By CBDi Forum.
http://www.cbdiforum.com/
Component Development Strategies 
Monthly newsletter on managing and developing component-based systems, including information on application case studies, tool critiques, vendor profiles, news and trends, management issues, and book and seminar reviews. By Cutter Information Corp.
http://www.cutter.com/cds/
Component Software Resources 
Lists various Web resources on Component-Based Software Development that may be of interest to researchers. By Mark Marchukov.
http://www.cis.uab.edu/info/grads/caof/componentlink.html
Component-based Developer's Headquarters 
Columns, trends, and reviews on designing components and component-based software solutions. By Castek Software Factory Inc.
http://www.cbd-hq.com/
Dependable Embedded Components and Systems 
Researching, developing set of certified generic commercial off the shelf (COTS) hardware and software components in time-triggered architecture. Descriptions, schedule, participation forms, links.
http://www.decos.at/
iCMG World 
Offers a water hole for developers, implementers, CEO's and CIO's who are working on component based development using open standards and also those who are watching the works from a distant. By Internet Component Management Group.
http://www.componentworld.nu/
UNO Development Kit 
Openoffice's component toolkit - UDK. Similar to Microsoft's COM with some improvements including cross-platform implementation.
http://udk.openoffice.org/
Working conference on Component Deployment 
Information regarding the Working Conference on Component Deployment. Including Overview, Important dates and Co-chairs of the Conference.
http://swt.cs.tu-berlin.de/cd02/
XPLC 
A component framework similar to what Microsoft has done with COM or mozilla.org has done with XPCOM, but with slightly differing goals.
http://xplc.sourceforge.net/