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8 Dec 1999 InformationWeek: Not all companies weave Web success
Many small businesses see limited growth potential from the Internet.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
8 Dec 1999 When I run JBuilder Foundation 3.0 I get an "Out of environment space" error
How to set the environment space under Windows 9x
FAQ
8 Dec 1999 Sorting out the Java buzz
Everybody's talking about Sun and Java. What's the truth behind all the hullaballoo? By J.D. Hildebrand.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
7 Dec 1999 Delphi Informant: 1stClass reviewed
Bill Todd puts this set of Delphi components through its paces.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
7 Dec 1999 Intel ships 64-bit chip to developers
Prototypes of Intel's new 64-bit Itanium processor for workstations and servers are en route. Commercial use is expected in mid-2000.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 New virus disguised as Y2K bug patch
A new virus disguised as a fix to the Year 2000 technology glitch has begun circulating, an antivirus company has said.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 Today's tech news
Computer-industry headlines from iSyndicate.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
7 Dec 1999 IBM announces mammoth 'Blue Gene' supercomputer
IBM Research today announced a supercomputer of almost unfathomable power.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 Ten tech trends for 2000
Every December, Red Herring chooses ten trends that they think will be the most important influences in the business of technology in the coming year.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 The daily potpourri
Microsoft plays the will-they-or-won't-they game with Visual J++. By J.D. Hildebrand.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
7 Dec 1999 Inprise Collaborates With Sun Microsystems on Delivery of Java 2 Platform for Linux
Inprise today announced that it has jointly produced a Linux version of the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE), with Sun Microsystems.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 A Sip From The Firehose: Dec. 7, 1999 - A Whole Lotta Linux Going On
There's a lot of buzz about Linux. At Inprise/Borland, it's more than just buzz. We are totally committed to Linux.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 Borland History: Will The Real Frank Borland Please Stand Up?
Who is Frank Borland? Where did Frank come from? What does he look like? This little bit of history should shed some light on this historical figure.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Difference between User and Daemon threads
Difference between User and Daemon threads
Luke Dickman FAQ
6 Dec 1999 A Multimedia Assembly Line: Part II Generating a Component
In part II the author takes a detailed look at the code-generating engine.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 A Multimedia Assembly Line Part I: Enhancing a Delphi Expert
The first installment of a two-part series begins with an overview of the expert and the sound-playing capabilities it supports and how that functionality is implemented in the expert and the components it produces.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Building Control Panel Applets with Delphi
This article shows you how to create and install your own Control Panel applet using Delphi.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Quick Data Sorts - Using ClientDataSet to Order Data
This article demonstrates a better way to sort your data on the client side without having to re-fetch the data from the database. The article explains how to use the index features of ClientDataSet to sort your data on the client side.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Dell Deeper Into Linux
Dell today extended its Linux support when it announced that all of its PowerEdge servers can now be ordered with Red Hat's version of the open source OS pre-installed.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Who really owns Java?
This week at the Java Business Conference in New York, Sun Microsystems Inc. will take another critical step in attempting to increase the acceptance of Java.
David Intersimone Article
 

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