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WebLogic — the company — has been founded by Bob Pasker, Laurie Pitman, Carl Resnikoff, and Paul Ambrose.
WebLogic was the very first Java pure-play. The company's initial products, a set of JDBC drivers for Oracle, Sybase, and Microsoft SQL Server, and a simple set of data wrappers to transform database output into HTML pages (htmlKona), gave the company a solid base of developers who blindly and happily started developing with the company's next product, a central set of generic Java "plumbing" that was later to become known as an [create application server]. Through a loyal and eager developer base, WebLogic's application server (originally "dbKona," later "Tengah," and finally "WebLogic Application Server" after BEA's acquisition) defined an emerging market and for several years was the market leader.
It was sold to BEA in 1998. Out of the 105 employees at the time of the sale, about 100 became instant millionaires.
Laurie Pitman retired in 1999 to fly airplanes and helicopters; followed by Carl Resnikoff, who opened a private recording studio in Berkeley; Paul Ambrose in 2001 to start a family. Bob Pasker went on to start another company, Kenamea, and eventually became a technology consultant in 2004.
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