SideKick for Presentation Manager, Borland's program is more than just a pretty face
PhotoMac, industrial-strength color processing from Data Translation
Wizard, Sharp's electronic organizer
Discus Rewritable, Advanced Graphics Applications' new optical disk drive
DOSTALK, a natural-language interface for MS-DOS from SAK Technologies
Rated for 33MHz and running at 32.5 MHz, SIA's 386/32 defines a new plateau.
[author : Steve Apiki]
Jerry explores the highways and byways of programming choices.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Readers rise to defend the Mac and offer solutions to system snafus.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
These packages of group productivity software might make life a bit less complicated.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
A new version of Smalltalk/V for the Mac could give Smalltalk-80 a run for its money.
[author : Don Crabb]
Don't measure E-mail services by their costs alone.
[author : Brock N. Meeks]
Mark presents part 2 of the inexpensive OS/2 workstation project.
[author : Mark Minasi]
A look at uninterruptible power systems that will help you sleep better at night.
[author : Steve Apiki, Stanford Diehl, and Rick Grehan]
Wells American's CompuStar offers performance in a custom-ordered tower design.
[author : Mark L. Van Name]
The Sharp JX-450 and the Howtek Scanmaster let you import color images quickly, easily, and affordably.
[author : Tom Thompson]
An object-oriented simulation toolkit for the Mac from Imagine That!.
[author : Ray Valdes]
Cricket Software's Cricket Presents, Letraset's StandOut!, and Microsoft's PowerPoint help you create winning presentations.
[author : Lawrence Stevens]
The whole picture involves integrating corporate plans, systems design, and systems development into one system.
[author : Michael Lucas Gibson]
[author : Ken Orr, Chris Gane, Edward Yourdon, Peter P. Chen, and Larry L. Constantine]
Noted software engineers discuss the methodologies they helped develop.
CASE works. But do you need a tool, a toolkit, or a workbench? And how do you begin?
[author : Carma McClure]
A sampling of the many fine CASE tools that are available today.
[author : Carma McClure]
Will a unique operating system, chips, and software change the way we use computers?
[author : Ken Sakamura and Richard Sprague]
Knowing what goes on inside the BIOS is the key to making a system IBM PC-compatible.
[author : Brett Glass]
A floating-point package that's well suited to business applications.
[author : Rick Grehan]