• Subject: Re: does anyone post to this list?
  • From: Chris Rehm <Mr.Java@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1998 09:02:44 PST

** Reply to message from "THORN Serge (GVA)" <Serge.THORN@LloydsBank.ch> on
Wed, 30 Sep 1998 16:14:22 +0200

>  
> Very good question! No one is doing Java development with the AS/400!!!!

Well, that's not true at all. The company I work for is actively developing the
Java version of our product. We are active partners with IBM in the San
Francisco project and we are working on the java release using the frameworks
produced in that venture.

We've been at it a long time, but we don't expect to roll in out before the end
of next year (I think that is the last target date I heard). 

Ours is an international company. Our customers depend on our software to run
their business. You can't just throw together a software release and ship it! 



Chris Rehm

In the world's fastest moving industry, one upgrade every three years is
"Competition in action!"? Good thing IBM doesn't think like Microsoft.
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