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OOJNI Add-in for VS2005-2008

Object-Oriented JNI Add-In is a tool developed for MS Visual Studios 2005, 2008. It generates C# or VB# code (OOJNI classes) for java...

June 7, 2009 by Javain

WinSmit

WinSmit is a Windows based software the allows the administrator of an AIX system to build IBM AIX System Management Interface Tool...

September 20, 2006 by Michael Myrtek

Happy 30th birthday, IBM PC (and clicky keyboard)

It's 30 years since IBM launched the IBM Personal Computer, setting a standard for business computing that is still recognisable today. Indeed, the PC has become a platform for the vast majority of home computing, for education, and for all kinds of industrial and commercial purposes from the factory floor to digital signage systems -- the ones that are meant to say Flight 647 is about to depart from Terminal 5 but we all love to see displaying an odd Windows command or a Blue Screen of Death.

August 12, 2011 by

30 years on, how Bill Gates saw MS-DOS

It will soon be the 30th anniversary of the launch of the world-changing IBM PC in August 1981, and technically it's also the 30th anniversary of MS-DOS, which was about to appear as IBM's PC DOS. This dominated the operating system business until Microsoft launched Windows 95.

July 31, 2011 by

You're Gonna Need a Bigger Mouse for that Mainframe

At the SHARE conference in Austin, Texas, the Birmingham, Alabama-based Mantissa Corporation unveiled z/VOS, a hypervisor that enables Windows desktops and servers to be virtualized on IBM mainframes.I don't generally like to blog about IBM technology on Tech Broiler because as an IBM employee, much of what I say could be considered a conflict of interest -- so I try to stick with topics that are general to the industry and have broad appeal.

March 5, 2009 by

I am Linux (and so can you!)

If you watch TV, you're likely to see tons of Windows ads and Apple's "I'm a Mac" ads, but where are the Linux ads? There have been a few TV ad campaigns featuring Linux (thanks IBM!

January 27, 2009 by

IBM Linux-OpenOffice Desktop offering - history repeating

My colleague, Paula Rooney, recently posted IBM launches first Linux-OpenOffice desktop with virtualization features that pointed out that IBM is having a go at pushing Microsoft's Windows off of corporate desktops once again. Although the technology is different this time around, the concept is the same.

December 8, 2008 by

The more things change

Linux and Windows have an unexpected commonality: development in both groups is constrained by the relative lack of change in Intel's x86 products - relative, that is, to hardware progress being made in the PPC, SPARC, and IBM/Cell communities where things like transactional memory, hardware scout, and parallel ultra-high speed buses are driving software developers to, and beyond, their limits.

July 29, 2008 by

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