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26 Nov 1999 Intel, the telecom king
Intel is showing great interest in the field of telecommunications, and the company intends to offer an open software platform for building integrated network and telecommunications solutions. By John White.
John White Article
26 Nov 1999 Red Hat and Cygnus tie the knot
On 15 Nov., Red Hat Inc. announced its acquisition of Cygnus Solutions in a stock swap worth $674 million. The general tech press weighed in on the announcement and now we weigh in on their pronouncements of the announcement. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
26 Nov 1999 No weak links
How many ways are there to weaken Web site links? I count at least 23. Improve your Web site's usability by eliminating the weak links. By Constance Petersen.
Constance Petersen Article
26 Nov 1999 Placing blame
Author Mark Minasi names the players in the conspiracy to produce buggy software. By J.D. Hildebrand.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
26 Nov 1999 Top stories
News summary for 25 November 1999. By Lisa A. Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
25 Nov 1999 Top stories
News summary for 25 November 1999. By Barbara Stefaney.
Barbara Stefaney Article
25 Nov 1999 Broadband goes to court
Recent litigation could give more consumers high-speed Internet access, which means increased opportunities for developers. By Lisa A. Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
25 Nov 1999 A super cool machine
Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall algorithms at a single jmp -- it's SuperG! By Jeff Russell.
Jeff Russell Article
25 Nov 1999 Imaginary dialogs
Computers can't yet fulfill every human wish. For some things the imagination is still necessary. By Karen Blenkner.
Karen Blenker Article
25 Nov 1999 More than a library
You call yourself a C++ programmer? How well do you understand the improved Standard Template Library? Having redefined C++ programming, the STL has become a resource. By Steve Downey.
Steve Downey Article
24 Nov 1999 A two-step process
Successful system implementation depends on analysts' doing both parts of their job -- capturing the requirements and analyzing the results. By Doug Scott.
Doug Scott Article
24 Nov 1999 The freshest bits
Many applications offer the ability to automatically check for available updates. Here's one approach you can use to give your users the same ability. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
24 Nov 1999 To license or not to license...
Steve McConnell's provocative new book on developer licensing could disappoint or even anger his many fans. By Kevin D. Weeks.
Kevin D. Weeks Article
24 Nov 1999 Hello, my name is Button1
The name of a component plays a fundamental role in Delphi (and C++Builder), but some of the features behind this property are far from well-known. By Marco Canty.
Marco Canty Article
24 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 24 November 1999. By Barbara Stefaney.
Barbara Stefaney Article
24 Nov 1999 How to create a shared segment in a dll.
Gives an example of creating a shared segment in Builder4 using compiler switches and DEF file.
Vincent Drake FAQ
23 Nov 1999 Native Drivers and BCB4 Professional Edition
Application not enabled for use with this driver
Sam Patterson FAQ
23 Nov 1999 linker error- unresolved external TAbstractSocket::SetPortA
#define conflict between winspool.h and TClientSocket
Anthony Pryor FAQ
23 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 23 November 1999. By Karen Blenkner.
Karen Blenker Article
23 Nov 1999 Have it your way
QTime helps find sloppy code so that your users always have a snappy experience. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
 

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