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15 Nov 2000 Inprise to change name to Borland Software Corp.
New name will leverage the power of the Borland brand.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
15 Nov 2000 Almanac: 15 November 2000
Intel to launch Pentium 4 next week. Phone makers embrace Java. A browser breakthrough. Weasel words at KDE? Burying the PC era once and for all. And the usual nonsense.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
15 Nov 2000 Delphi Informant: Delphi helps American Skandia compete
Delphi powers ASSESS, a suite of programs designed to assist financial professionals with every aspect of the sales process.
David Intersimone Article
15 Nov 2000 Sip From The Firehose: November 15, 2000 - Inprise Corporation Plans to Change Its Name to Borland Software Corporation
The news is official. We will be changing our name to Borland Software Corporation.
David Intersimone Article
14 Nov 2000 Almanac: 14 November 2000
Linux and the distributed virtual workplace. Python in-depth. The post-PC era, day two. And more of the usual nonsense with J.D.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
14 Nov 2000 Creating transparent windows
How to make transparent portions on your window with Delphi.
Corbin Dunn TI
13 Nov 2000 Success Story: Delphi Application Powers Human Genome Database Analysis Tool
100,000 lines of Delphi code is used to provide tools for researchers to study gene sequence data.
David Intersimone Article
13 Nov 2000 Almanac: 13 November 2000
All aboard the Rebol express. Linux Web server tutorial. Updating the ICANN saga. Delaying Netscape 6.0. Does the post-PC era start today?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Nov 2000 Bill Gates keynote and interview at Comdex
In this exclusive interview with the Comdex Daily, Bill Gates talks about the future of the user interface, ponders open source and Microsoft's AI research, and says the death of the PC has been greatly exaggerated.
David Intersimone Article
10 Nov 2000 Almanac: 10 November 2000
China's Internet crackdown. The usual nonsense from J.D. Plus -- a cartoon of the day!
J.D. Hildebrand Article
9 Nov 2000 Almanac: 9 November 2000
Lego Mindstorms update. The endless SDMI controversy. New developer support from Palm. How good is your Web page?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
8 Nov 2000 Almanac: 8 November 2000
Microsoft seeks software testers. ICANN rewrites bylaws. Microsoft bets on Tablet PC. An open source approach to software patents. Lego robot kit is hacker-friendly.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
7 Nov 2000 Almanac: 7 November 2000
The intriguing Transmeta story.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
6 Nov 2000 Almanac: 6 November 2000
Eazel's Nautilus file manager. Rebol heats up. Four Linux fallacies. Linux Journal readers' choice awards.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Nov 2000 Almanac: 3 November 2000
Napster news. IBM's Small Business Suite for Linux. UCITA update. Yahoo case raises international issues.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
2 Nov 2000 Almanac: 2 November 2000
Eric Raymond, HP exchange open letters. Taking a first look at Whistler. Internet usage drops. Salon reviews Macintosh OS X.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
1 Nov 2000 Almanac: 1 November 2000
Napster forges agreement with Bertelsmann AG. Has the open source movement succeeded too well? Managing projects the open source way. Amorphous computing.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
31 Oct 2000 Delphi Informant: XSL Transformations
Keith Wood introduces the XSLT language, its syntax, and semantics, then shares an example program that combines an XML document and XSL stylesheet to produce HTML
John Kaster Article
31 Oct 2000 Almanac: 31 October 2000
Loki founder on Linux gaming. Low-down on scripting languages. SD 2000 East keynotes. Napster outlook. The current state of distributed development teams. Big Brother knows where you are.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
31 Oct 2000 Thou art a wretched swag-bellied pignut!
With just a little Delphi code, you can soon be spewing insults worthy of the Bard himself.
Nick Hodges Contributed Article

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