New SIGS publication focuses on hottest new technology; Java Report arrives on newsstands in March; Fills void in much-heralded Java Revolution; Official Launch scheduled in New York City on Jan. 31; International Java developers conference scheduled for May.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 19, 1996--SIGS Publications announced today the introduction of Java Report, the first comprehensive magazine to address the growing demand for information about the hottest new technologies, Java and Hot Java, Sun Microsystems' software platform and browser technology for the World Wide Web, respectively.
The official unveiling of the publication will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Jan. 31 at the @ Cafe in New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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"Java technology has forever changed Forever Changed was a Christian Rock band from Tallahassee and Orlando, FL. They came together in 1999 and broke up in 2006. Dan Cole was the lead singer, a guitarist, and a pianist. Ben O'Rear was the lead guitarist, Tom Gustafson played bass, and Nathan Lee played the drums. the way we work with and think about computers and networks," said David Fisco, editor-in-chief of the Java Report. "Our goal is to ensure that the vast community of developers, content providers and users - from programmers and Web designers to corporate managers and hobbyists - can take advantage of this incredibly pervasive technology by providing them with the most up-to-date information about Java delivered by the experts in the field."
The premier issue of Java Report, a bi-monthly magazine, is scheduled to reach newstands on March 1, 1996, and will include articles by Arthur van Hoff, Sun Microsystems Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) is an American vendor of computers, computer components, computer software, and information-technology services, founded on 24 February 1982. Senior Staff Engineer and author of the Java compiler A compiler for the Java language that converts source code into native machine code. Although this makes the program platform dependent since it only runs in one CPU family, it also runs the fastest when compiled into native machine language. , as well as Steve Baldwin, Producer for Technology at Time Inc.'s New Media unit.
The first issue will also include product reviews of Symantec's Cafe and Natural Intelligence's Roaster.
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SIGS Special Intelligence & General Service announced the launch of the 1996 International Java Developers Conference to be held May 13-15 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in New York City. Leading off the event will be Grady Booch, Chief Scientist at Rational Software Inc., creator of the Booch Method, and one of the preeminent spokesmen for and about object technology in the world today. In addition to hearing about the latest advances in Java technology, attendees will learn how to create dynamic applications and Java and further hone their programming skills under the tutelage TUTELAGE. State of guardianship; the condition of one who is subject to the control of a guardian. of the leading practitioners from the Java community.
"The Java Report and the Java Developers Conference together provide a comprehensive information source for the hottest technology today," according to Rick Friedman, President, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. and Founder of SIGS Publications and Conferences. "Supplying the information-hungry Java market is our objective, and we believe SIGS -- with its background in producing the leading magazines and conferences for software developers -- is the only company today that has the proven resources to properly serve the Java market."
SIGS Publications, the world's leading provider of information on object-oriented technology, publishes Java Report, Object Magazine, The X Journal, The Smalltalk Report, Report on Object Analysis & Design (ROAD), Journal of Object-Oriented Programming (JOOP JOOP - Journal of Object-Oriented Programming ), OBJEKTspektrum (published in Germany), and Object Expert (published in the U.K.). The company also sponsors several international software development conferences and exhibitions, including the 1996 International Java Developers Conference, Object Expo (in New York New York, state, United States
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OOP - object-oriented programming '96 (Munich), and Software DevCon (Wiesbaden). SIGS also publishes three book series: Advances in Object Technology, Managing Object Technology, and SIGS Reference Library.
CONTACT: SIGS Publications, Inc.
Larry Hoffer, 212/242-7447
David Fisco, 201/691-6941