Back to the Future
By D. Tweney
Sun first touted Java as a universal client-side platformand even went so far as to develop brain-dead network computers (NC) that relied on Java for their operating system and on servers for their storage and smarts.… Read the rest
Despite Microsoft’s best efforts, Java is well-established in the enterprise. Can it hold its ground?BY D.F. TWENEY
THIS YEAR, the programming language-cum-development platform called Java turned 5. It now stands as one of the world’s most popular computer languagesand it continues to grow.… Read the rest
So-called Web-services applications will soon talk to each other without human intervention. But first everyone needs to agree on how they’ll communicate.
In my last column, I wrote about Web services, which are business applications that share data with other programs over the Internet.
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By: Dylan Tweney
Issue: November 2001
Adding foreign language versions of your website can easily pay for itself in fresh leads and revenues.
Most websites take a Model T approach to overseas marketing: You can access them in any language you want, as long as it’s English.… Read the rest