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IT Management Linux News for Aug 20, 2001

  • UPDATED: fc.com: Netraverse, Producers of Win4Lin, Lays Off All But Five Employees (Aug 20, 2001, 18:07)
    Consider the source, and consider a comment further down the linked page, but fc.com is reporting that Netraverse, responsible for the Win4Lin product, which allows users to run Windows apps on their Linux machines, has laid of 45 of its 50 employees.
    [ Additional information is available on this story since we first posted it, linked within. ]

  • eWEEK: Study: Java to overtake C/C++ in 2002 (Aug 20, 2001, 13:30)
    "The research also shows that Java usage has been rising at the expense of Visual Basic and C/C++. "This means that, for the first time, more North American developers will be using Java than Visual Basic or C/C++ next year," Garvin said. "Java usage is even stronger outside North America, with almost 60 percent of developers expecting to spend some part of their programming time using Java."