Articles By Karen Hill

IBM

IBM

Since its first release a few years back, the Java programming language has caught the attention of many developers and...

July 15th, 1999 Karen Hill
Java

Java

Sun Microsystems Inc.'s recent JavaOne Developer Conference in San Francisco featured applications from more than 350 companies, new enterprise technologies...

July 1st, 1999 Karen Hill
McNealy attracts a full house

McNealy attracts a full house

Safety and security - these have become the most compelling reasons for application developers to write their applications in Java.So...

July 1st, 1999 Karen Hill
Oracle, look behind you

Oracle, look behind you

Oracle Corporation Canada Inc. has nothing to fear when it comes to remaining the lead vendor in the RDBMS market...

July 1st, 1999 Karen Hill
Sun shines light on Java 2, Enterprise Edition

Sun shines light on Java 2, Enterprise Edition

Sun Microsystems' launch of its Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) was a surprisingly low-key event, considering the interest it...

July 1st, 1999 Karen Hill
Feel like the King of France? Make it your title

Feel like the King of France? Make it your title

Titles. What are they? What do they mean? And does anyone even read the small print written below your name...

June 17th, 1999 Karen Hill
IBM getting a jump on the embedded device market

IBM getting a jump on the embedded device market

Looking to be one of the first out of the starting gates in the emerging embedded Java race, IBM Corp....

June 3rd, 1999 Karen Hill
Keeping computer systems out of locked rooms

Keeping computer systems out of locked rooms

Remove all the wires from the company's computers so employees can't access the Internet, and keep the systems in a...

May 6th, 1999 Karen Hill
Ballmer: PC is the ultimate empowerment

Ballmer: PC is the ultimate empowerment

The PC is the ultimate symbol of empowerment, according to Steve Ballmer, president of Microsoft Corp. And that will be...

April 22nd, 1999 Karen Hill
Why roll your own?

Why roll your own?

There's a reason that "reinventing the wheel" has become a clich...

April 22nd, 1999 Karen Hill