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By Nick Langley Oct 24, 2001

Goodbye Dos

With the release of Windows XP, Microsoft has finally retired Dos and increased speed for multimedia applications. Continue Reading


By Sean McGrath Sep 01, 2014

Say goodbye to the old-SQL curriculum

Say goodbye to legacy IT classes: New curriculum touches down, teaching youngsters how to code. Is this a dream come true for the IT sector? Continue Reading


News Aug 07, 2003

Say goodbye to 'hello'

A new study is arguing that the end of life is nearing for more formal greetings and that the uber-casual language used in electronic communication is taking over. Continue Reading


By Tim Anderson Sep 13, 2011


News May 16, 2003

Is it time to say goodbye to SQL?

Although it may seem a no-brainer today, SQL took some time to get established with by no means all vendors subscribing to the notion of a common database query language as a useful thing. (May 16, 2003) Continue Reading


By Eric Siebert News Aug 24, 2011

So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye … to Eric Siebert

Eric Siebert is leaving, after writing countless tips and columns. In his final article, Siebert recounts his favorite assignments and experiences as a writer. Continue Reading


By Robert Crawford Problem Solve Feb 14, 2007

IBM z/OS 1.8: Features to look forward to and some to kiss goodbye

What's inside IBM's latest mainframe operating system, z/OS 1.8? Check out what expert Robert Crawford found and found lacking in IBM's latest offering. Continue Reading


By Jan Stafford News Jun 28, 2005

'Goodbye' to a friend

Over the weekend, my colleagues and I learned that Nigel McFarlane has died. Besides being a well-known Mozilla, Web standards and open source advocate, Nigel served as a site expert and ... Continue Reading


By George Lawton News Jun 25, 2008

Goodbye, Mr. Gates

Experts and pundits, friendly and otherwise, take a reckoning on Bill Gates and his legacy. His long-awaited retirement from day-do-day Microsoft chores is nigh. Continue Reading


By Beth Pariseau Apr 22, 2008

Brocade waves goodbye to WAFS

In the wake of Blue Coat's acquisition of Packeteer this week, Brocade reveals that last fall it quietly discontinued two products based on Packeteer technology -- WAFS and Branch File Manager. Continue Reading