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5 Jun 1996 A Sip From The Firehose: Wednesday, June 5, 1996
David I's Quest for the Holy Coffee Metaphor!
David Intersimone Article
4 Dec 1996 A Sip From The Firehose: December 4, 1996
Which Java VM?
David Intersimone Article
14 Jul 1997 JBuilder, 1, JBuilder Advanced Database Concepts
In the following simple example, we will walk through the steps needed to use a Data Module, and how to put queries that use parameters inside a Data Module.
Borland Staff White Paper
14 Jul 1997 JBuilder, 1, JBuilder Advanced Database Concepts: Query Notes
JBuilder Advanced Database Concepts: Query Notes
Borland Staff White Paper
14 Jul 1997 JBuilder, 1, Building Client/Server Applications with JBuilder DataExpress
The JBuilder DataExpress architecture, in combination with the industry-standard JavaSoft JDBC call level API, provides powerful, vendor-independent support for popular databases.
White Paper
14 Jul 1997 JBuilder, 1, Building Client/Server Applications with JBuilder DataExpress
The JBuilder DataExpress architecture, in combination with the industry-standard JavaSoft JDBC call level API, provides powerful, vendor-independent support for popular databases.
White Paper
14 Jul 1997 JBuilder, 1, JBuilder Deployment Technical Document
Deploying a Java program consists of collecting the various Java class files and perhaps web pages together and copying them to a location on a server or client computer where users can access them.
Borland Staff White Paper
17 Oct 1997 A Sip From The Firehose: Friday, October 17, 1997
David I Roasts Some JavaBeans
David Intersimone Article
28 Nov 1997 A Sip From The Firehose: Friday, November 28, 1997
Java Distributed Object Computing Part One - CORBA
David Intersimone Article
23 Mar 1998 JBuilder, 2, INPRISE Corporation, the leader in distributed enterprise computing
Corporations have adopted Java for two primary reasons: the language and the platform. Java the language provides an elegant, object-oriented language for rapid application development.
Borland Staff White Paper
23 Mar 1998 JBuilder, 2, Building Java Servlets with JBuilder
Technologies such as Dynamic HTML, VBScript, and JavaScript leave little room for arguing that the use of ActiveX objects or Java applets on the client is warranted.
Borland Staff White Paper
23 Mar 1998 JBuilder, 2, Building Java Servlets with JBuilder
Technologies such as Dynamic HTML, VBScript, and JavaScript leave little room for arguing that the use of ActiveX objects or Java applets on the client is warranted.
Borland Staff White Paper
23 Mar 1998 JBuilder, 2, Building Java Servlets with JBuilder
Technologies such as Dynamic HTML, VBScript, and JavaScript leave little room for arguing that the use of ActiveX objects or Java applets on the client is warranted.
Borland Staff White Paper
19 Apr 1999 JBuilder, 3, Enterprise Development with JBuilder 3
Java Technology, with its portable, robust, and scalable server-oriented development capabilities, make it an ideal platform for building a reusable infrastructure in a heterogeneous environment.
Borland Staff White Paper
23 Aug 1999 Inprise and Data General Team to Deliver Enterprise Solutions
Companies Announce Availability of Inprises VisiBroker
Article
2 Sep 1999 Inprise Corporation Names J.D. Hildebrand Content Director For New Community Site
Award-Winning Editor to Drive Inprise's Developer Community Initiative
Article
13 Sep 1999 JDataStore: Pure Java, Embeddable Object-Relational Database.
It has all the usual attributes of an embeddable database, but JDataStore is also a portable file system. By Steven Shaughnessy, JDataStore Software Architect.
Steven Shaughnessy Article
23 Sep 1999 Top stories
Daily news summary for 23 September 1999. By Lisa Sandford.
Lisa A. Sandford Article
23 Sep 1999 Worldwide webification
The Web-based office suite vs. the great outdoors -- who will win? Our "Leading Edge" correspondent handicaps the race. By Jeff Russell.
Jeff Russell Article
23 Sep 1999 Rewrite man
Hopefully, the experience will teach them a valuable lesson: Never leave Bob in charge. By Bob Arnson.
Bob Arnson Article

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