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||Subject:|| Fast GUI Building - Open, Sept. 30, 2002
For Open magazine subscribers
"GUIs! We don't need no stinkin' GUIs."
That may well be true for the software tools used by systems
administrators, but that argument doesn't hold water when it comes to
end-user software. As Linux takes center stage as a server OS,
future success will require the ability to rapidly develop serious
end-user software. To that end, openBench Labs examines a RAD
development tool for building Open Motif GUIs.
OpenBench Labs then follows up with an across the board look at
Quantum's latest DLT offerings for the enterprise and the small office.
On the high end, the SDLT 320 uses a higher bit density and faster tape
speed to move past LTO in capacity and speed. Meanwhile, the Benchmark
ValuSmart 640 Blade puts a DLT1carousel in a 2U auto-loader that costs
less than most stand-alone drives.
Just click http://www.open-mag.com/6175590002.htm to go straight to the
subscriber home page and story links. And don't forget to send a copy
your friends mired in proprietary systems.
The editors of Open magazine