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27 Jun 2000 ZDNet: XML moves to the mainstream
XML has become a must-have feature for content-processing applications.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
26 Jun 2000 ZDNet: Microsoft brews up Java-like language
Company to roll out C#, another piece of its Microsoft.Net puzzle.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
26 Jun 2000 IBM developerWorks: Globalizing e-commerce
Open standards like XML and Unicode are promoting truly global software.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
23 Jun 2000 CNet: Microsoft brewing Java-like language
Microsoft plans to unveil a new, Java-like software programming language intended to simplify the building of Web services using its software, sources said.
John Kaster Article
23 Jun 2000 eWeek: Handheld makers are grasping for Linux
An open palm may be better than a clenched one.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
23 Jun 2000 Washington Post: Going to work in Linux
More and more, Linux is used as a replacement for Windows on the desktop.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
22 Jun 2000 Living Apart Together (Delphi and C++ Builder)
In his latest C++Builder lost and found column, Ruurd Pels describes how to call Delphi objects from C++Builder and vice versa.
John Kaster Article
22 Jun 2000 CNet: Intel joins crowded device market with Dot.Station
Linux-powered countertop terminal enables Web, e-mail, phone communications.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
22 Jun 2000 Using a blocking TClientSocket Connection for HTML Transfer
This TI explains how to use a blocking TClientSocket in conjunction with a TwinSocketStream to send HTML commands to a server, in order to recieve files. Explains the actual commands as well.
Nate Lieby TI
22 Jun 2000 The State of XML
Abstract of a Keynote presentation from XML Europe 2000 on the state of XML
John Kaster Article
21 Jun 2000 Slashdot: Steve Heller's <i>Who's Afraid of C++?</i>
A book review and feedback on this tutorial for absolute beginners.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
21 Jun 2000 VNUNet: SOAP could slip up on security
Protocol can bypass firewall defenses, experts say.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
20 Jun 2000 ATL Templatized QueryInterface Causes Compiler Errors
This document describes how to remove the compiler errors that will occaisionally happen when using the ATL in C++Builder
mykle hoban FAQ
20 Jun 2000 How to install Turbo C++ 3.0 in Windows 98 when recieving a "too many subdirectories" error.
This FAQ walks the user through installing Turbo C++ 3.0 when getting the error "Too Many Subdirectories," by creating a boot disk with the proper CD rom drivers, then installing from DOS.
Nate Lieby FAQ
20 Jun 2000 AnchorDesk: How Linux will succeed
One hint: Forget about Windows. Think bigger and smaller.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
20 Jun 2000 InfoWorld: OS options expand for handhelds, PDAs
Linux will power Compaq's new iPaq handheld.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
20 Jun 2000 Computer Shopper: AOL everywhere, with Gateway's help
Gateway and America Online have joined forces to create a family of Linux-based home devices.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
16 Jun 2000 CNet: Wintel won't dominate devices
Acer CEO Simon Lin says post-PC world will feature more diversity.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
16 Jun 2000 BeOpen: Interview with Eazel's Andy Hertzfeld
MacOS pioneer has turned his attention to Linux GUI development.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
15 Jun 2000 ZDNet: Linux live in your living room
Intel's Linux-based Universal Plug and Play development kit supports appliance networks.
J.D. Hildebrand Article

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