Ontario collegiate system putting Java to the test

Messmer, Ellen
September 1997
Network World;09/08/97, Vol. 14 Issue 36, p31
Trade Publication
Focuses on the use of Java computer language in processing student applications in Ontario colleges. Strategy to avoid the year 2000 computing crisis; Inability of older mainframe applications to cope with the new millennium date.


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