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4 Nov 1999 The virtual town hall
Municipalities are turning to the Internet to conduct more of their daily operations. By Lisa A. Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
4 Nov 1999 C++Builder Team Chat Transcript from November 03, 1999
C++Builder Team Chat Transcript from November 03, 1999
Christine Ellis Article
4 Nov 1999 Can't debug under non-1.2 JDK's in JBuilder 3
JBuilder 3 workaround for non-JDK 1.2 debugging problem when the default target JDK has been changed.
Josh Fletcher FAQ
4 Nov 1999 Creating A Shared Memory Segment with C++Builder 4.0
How to create a shared memory segment using C++Builder 4.0
TI
4 Nov 1999 Reviews of Delphi Third Party Tools
Here are links to reviews of Delphi Third Party tools from The Delphi Magazine. The articles are mostly in PDF format.
Charles Calvert Article
3 Nov 1999 Setting up OpenGL in C++Builder
This article by JT is a quick introduction to setting up OpenGL drawing on a TForm's TCanvas
John Ray Thomas Article
3 Nov 1999 Be careful what you reward for
By motivating developers with ever-faster and more powerful software, managers guarantee software bloat. By Doug Scott.
Doug Scott Article
3 Nov 1999 Delphic mysteries
Any large and complex tool is bound to have hidden nooks and crannies and Delphi 5 is no exception. By Marco Canty.
Marco Canty Article
3 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 3 November 1999. By Kevin D. Weeks.
Kevin D. Weeks Article
3 Nov 1999 Experts on call
An innovative new service brings together needy users and technical experts from around the world. By Lisa Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
3 Nov 1999 Practical Internet Groupware
Jon Udell's new book from O'Reilly promises to dig deep into today's Internet standard-based groupware. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
3 Nov 1999 Why doesn't the debugger work in Turbo C++ 3.0 for DOS?
How to turn on the debugger in TC++ v3.0
Christopher Moeller FAQ
2 Nov 1999 And the award goes to...
Some IT companies should be recognized for foolish acts that counter productivity. By Jim Kyle.
Jim Kyle Article
2 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 2 November 1999. By Lisa Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
2 Nov 1999 Java's emerging pattern of development
According to the rules of language standardization, no feature should be incorporated until proven worthy, and no feature should be changed once it's been in use. Java's pattern of development, for better or for worse, has been different. By Bruce Eckel.
Bruce Eckel Article
2 Nov 1999 Gathering gurus
Australia is the place to be in November for aficionados of object-oriented software. By Kevin D. Weeks.
Kevin D. Weeks Article
2 Nov 1999 Pushing the latest bits
You probably spend a lot of R&D and QA resources fixing bugs and making maintenance releases. But all that work is for naught if users don't know about, download, and install them. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article
1 Nov 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 1 Nov. 1999 By Lisa Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
1 Nov 1999 Ruling the roost
And the surveys say...VB continues to hold its position as the primary language of most developers. By Tim Jones
Tim Jones Article
1 Nov 1999 We have mail!
A selection of the most interesting, insightful, provocative, and bizarre letters we received in response to last week's stories. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article

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