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November 9, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun Microsystems Inc’s Java Internet programming language is beginning to look like a runaway winner, and Borland International Inc, Scotts Valley now says it will license the language and provide software development tools for it. Borland plans to offer a high performance visual rapid application development system for creating Java applications, and says the product, code-named Latte, will be developed in Java and will radically increase the speed of developing Java applications, Borland said. Borland will deliver Latte technology in several stages with the first commercial release set to ship in the first half of 1996; its features will include Internet and Web application enablers, object-oriented component-based programming, high performance compilers and advanced database connection.

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