ZDNet: Who's in Charge Here, Anyway?
Nov 13, 2000, 08:31 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cameron Laird)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"For those of you who have ever wondered who's pulling the
strings for Tcl, Cameron Laird is here to reveal not only how
things are done in the Tcl world, but by whom."
"Where is the official Tcl home, anyway? This is the timely
question we'll explore this month. While the previous Tcl Counselor
promised a profile of database bindings for Tcl, unforeseen events
have temporarily pushed that topic to the side. As you can see,
however, our shift in subject matter will not prevent us from
addressing several pertinant issues in the world Tcl."
"The most widely-covered of these events was Interwoven, Inc.'s,
purchase of Ajuba Solutions for a modest $31 million US. This
matters to Tcl because Ajuba Solutions has been the one company
most widely identified with Tcl. Ajuba Solutions employs Tcl's
founder, and the company has issued the last few official releases
of Tcl. Interwoven's purchase is sure to bring change - but what
kind? This column recounts the background to the acquisition, and
the possibilities for Tcl's future."
- Tcl-URL! for November 6th, 2000(Nov 06, 2000)
- ZDNet: Tcl Counselor 2: TclKit Solves Problems(Oct 22, 2000)
- MachineOfTheMonth: Rapid Application Development in TCL/Tk(Jun 17, 2000)
- Mo DeJong: New release of Tcl/Java integration tools(Jun 12, 2000)
- Linux Programming: The New Programmer's Road Map: Tcl/Tk and GTK+(Jun 06, 2000)
- O'Reilly Network: Tcl Devs Wave Goodbye to Scriptics and Hello to Ajuba(Jun 02, 2000)
- IBM developerWorks: Choosing the right server-side scripting language(May 14, 2000)
- SunWorld: Scripting languages in the marketplace(Mar 12, 2000)
- IBM developerWorks: The Tcl/SMAPI Project(Mar 04, 2000)
- LinuxWorld: TclPro 1.3 pays off for heavy Tcl users(Jan 04, 2000)