Re: Borland, no more

Steve Nordquist (
Fri, 01 May 1998 22:00:53 -0500

Gregory Alan Bolcer wrote:

> > See
> Cool animation, but I thought Borland was no
> more after Microsoft hired away all their best
> compiler builders.

Borland's new staff, recently from the Official U.S. SkiboardingTeam,
have something to say about J++ Builder, and are
working on our problem of late templatizing. Borland is set
to be a leading JavaScript company. :) Just when they caught
a great lick of flame from Ziff-Davis "we're technical publishers,"
too. Wantonness in great ones must not unmatched go.

As for turning 23 at the right buoyancy, right cities, and without
major histamine quakes, it does sound OK; government and formal
systems are converging, formal procedures respin is going forward,
the trades (press?) are ossified, and busses are selling without
application or products (either that or: 1391's the Geekport, stupid!)

Without having heard the fortelling at your birth, it sounds
like you have a good uncracked eggshell to work on, Rohit.

"He attended tracks B,E,H and she tracks C, F, I, until that fateful