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3 Feb 2000 ZDNet: Intel approaches 1GHz barrier
Willamette processor intended for use in Web-based PCs and devices.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 PC Week: IBM makes enterprise push with Linux
Flurry of announcements strengthens IBM's ties to Linux community. But where was Red Hat?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 InfoWorld: Sun loosens its grip on NFS
New Sun Industry Standard Source License makes portions of NFS source available to community.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 VNUNet: IBM woos small firms with free Linux development kit.
Java-based e-business kit intended to boost development efforts of small and medium-sized businesses.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 InfoWorld: AOL hit with $8B lawsuit
Users demand at least $8 billion for damages caused by AOL 5.0 software.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 CNET: VA Linux to acquire Andover.Net
Combined company to operate leading online destination for Linux.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 ZDNet: Windows 2000 special report
Is Microsoft's latest the right operating system for you?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Feb 2000 John K's Stick It! Pictures
John K had the chance to take some pictures on a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest. These are definitely a must-see!
John Kaster Article
3 Feb 2000 JBuilder Wish List Live Chat Transcript from Feb. 2nd, 2000
Complete transcript from the live JBuilder Team chat discussing what features our customers would like to see in the next version of JBuilder.
Christine Ellis Article
2 Feb 2000 Inprise/Borland Salutes Linux with a Series of Announcements at LinuxWorld
At LinuxWorld, Inprise/Borland announced, as a part of its ongoing commitment to the Linux community, a new on-line Linux survey, a new Linux Community on the Company's Web Site, and a new Linux Track at it's Annual Developers' Conference.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 Inprise/Borland Hails Linux with Availability of Inprise Application Server 4.0 for the Linux Platform
At Linux World, Inprise/Borland, today announced the Inprise Application Server 4.0 for the Linux platform.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 Inprise/Borland Expands Linux Initiative With New VisiBroker for Java 4.0 on the Linux Platform
At Linux Expo in Paris, France, Inprise/Borland (Nasdaq: INPR) today announced VisiBroker for Java 4.0, the Linux version of its CORBA ORB.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 Linus Torvalds Keynote at LinuxWorld Conference and Expo
Linus Torvalds said that Linux businesses have helped customers and busineses and not just their own valuations.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 11th Annual Inprise & Borland Conference - San Diego California - July 8-12, 2000
San Diego is the location for the 11th Annual Inprise & Borland Conference taking place July 8-12, 2000.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 Errors continue after performing a safe-mode installation
Safe-mode installation failed to work
Christopher Moeller TI
2 Feb 2000 Will C++ Builder 4 run in 16 color mode?
16 color graphics color mode for C++ Builder 4.
Christopher Moeller FAQ
2 Feb 2000 Why am I receiving an "Error writing file" message?
"Error writing file" message when attempting to run project
Christopher Moeller FAQ
2 Feb 2000 The Inprise/Borland Linux Market Survey 2000
By participating in this survey you are defining the latest up-to-date information on the Linux market and directly helping companies to better understand and support the Linux platform and the needs of the Linux community.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 A Sip From The Firehose: The 15th International Obfuscated C Code Contest
Now's your chance to enter your most obscure and unreadable C code. The 15th contest started February 1st and runs through March 31st.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 New CodeCentral (Source Code Repository) Features
John K talks about some of the new features of CodeCentral, and how they were written
John Kaster Article
 

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