Red Hat Software announced the Red Hat Developers Package, a Linux product and support program for software developers. The program includes monthly CD-ROM updates of Red Hat Commercial Linux and e-mail technical support, documentation, and Linux news. Price: $399 per year.
Enabling Technologies Group announced the availability of their latest version of the ARPUS/ce editor FREE for the Linux Operating System. “ce” is a full-screen, X-Windows based editor that provides easy-to-use text editing across a variety of UNIX platforms. Developed originally for users migrating from Apollo's Domain environment, ce was modeled after the Display Manager editor. ETG has incorporated the features of the DM editor that Apollo users liked best with new features. Some features of ce include: ceterm, multiple edit sessions, rectangular cut & paste, global bounded search and replace, coordinated mouse and text cursor control, command macros, unlimited UNDO & REDO, customized keyboard mapping, vertical and horizontal scrolling, and automatic file backup and save.
To get your FREE copy of ce for Linux, do an anonymous FTP to: ftp.std.com; cd to /ftp/vendors/ETG; and get the README file for detailed instructions. In this location, you will find the FREE Linux copy and also evaluation copies of ce for other vendors' platforms.
Contact: Enabling Technologies Group, Inc. 8601 Dunwoody Place, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia 30350. Phone: 404-642-1500 FAX: 404-993-4667 E-mail: email@example.com
Wolfram Research is now shipping a new version of Mathematica for Linux. With Mathematica running under Linux, users can take advantage of Mathematica's extensive numeric and symbolic capabilities, 2D and 3D graphics, a high-level programming language, as well as the many Mathematica applications available. Mathematica for Linux includes support for MathLink via TCP/IP. MathLink, Wolfram Research's communication standard, lets users make seamless connections between Mathematica, their own applications, and other commercially available software. With MathLink it is possible to exchange information between Mathematica and other programs either on one machine or among several machines on a network.
Contact: Wolfram Research Europe Ltd. Phone: +44-(0)1993-883400. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact:Wolfram Research Asia Ltd. Phone: 81-3-526-0506 E-mail: email@example.com
Getting Started with DevOps - Including New Data on IT Performance from Puppet Labs 2015 State of DevOps Report
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