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"On March 21, the first day of spring, SunSoft released to the research community a "concept car" for the next generation of OSes. Called, naturally enough, Spring [Sun Spring], it is the fruit of labor begun in the mid-1980s. The company decided to produce a new OS, unconstrained by the requirement to support legacy software, that was distributed, multithreaded, and fully object-oriented." — 1995.
"All major operating system vendors (e.g., SunSoft, Microsoft, IBM) are working on object environments as part of their system software (respectively [create NEO] at SunSoft, [create Cairo [MSFT]] for NT, and Taligent/[create SOM] on OS/2)." — And none of 'em did make it.
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helma.org/changesJDO has the potential to have a profoundly positive impact on how Java applications are developed. It can enable developers to realize the true benefits of object-oriented development by allowing them to focus on the design of object models which can serve as the single representation of the information model their applications store and manage. This will yield development productivity benefits not attainable with existing technologies." — Sagt man auf JDOCentral.com.Radio UserLand and/or Tinderbox?
"[I]t's about scripting a visual representation. I don't believe this is at hand. [...] It is about coupling the cognitive power of the retinal space with algorithms [What? — Red.]. [...] To me Tinderbox and Radio UserLand are two beams pointing to the same spot from different angles."
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