Dell System 220, a small but powerful desktop system
T-DebugPLUS 4.0, symbolic debugging for Turbo Pascal 4.0
Cambridge Computer Z88, small is beautiful
Grammatik III, comprehensive grammar checking
Watcom C 6.0, a class act
Paradox OS/2, a solid entrée into OS/2 applications
Is Jerry's old friend Zeke II retiring to greener pastures?
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
The column's horizons are expanded, and GrandView defines a new class of software.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
What trends are most important to business users? This new column starts with some thoughts on networking and database servers.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
New columnist Don Crabb discusses Macintosh products and issues.
[author : Don Crabb]
The debut of this column covers some of OS/2's attractive features.
[author : Mark Minasi]
Noted telecommunicator Brock N. Meeks surveys the communications landscape.
[author : Brock N . Meeks]
From Compaq, Everex, Intel, and SimpleNet, here they come: the first of the 25-MHz 80386-based AT clones.
[author : Rick Grehan]
Stand-alone communications packages that can handle a communications session unattended.
[author : Steve Apiki and Stan Diehl]
The Tatung TCS-8000, Proteus 386A, and Everex Step 386/20 offer a range of performance and capabilities.
[author : Ed McNierney]
PC-Trac, FastTRAP, Trackball Plus, and Felix offer the functionality of a mouse without the hassle.
[author : Jeff Holtzman]
Transform the Mac II into a Unix workstation with A/UX.
[author : David Betz and Eva M. White]
The MS-DOS-based drafting tool is now available in a Macintosh edition.
[author : Paul Tuten]
Originally designed for systems programming, C has become one of the most widely used languages in the world.
[author : Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie]
The C++ language is a superset of C that supports data abstraction and object-oriented programming.
[author : Bjarne Stroustrup]
A mechanism for doing object-oriented programming in conventional C.
[author : Jonathan S. Linowes]
[author : Robert E. Shostak, John Socha, Linda Dudinyak, and David P. Reed]
Top programmers from Borland, Norton, and Lotus talk about what it took to port their programs to OS/2.
A tutorial perspective of the Intel 8031/8051 microcontroller family.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Porting an MS-DOS application to the Mac is discussed.
[author : Rick Grehan]