Lets's Talk Computers - McGraw-Hill/Osborne  March 27, 2004
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Interview on March 27, 2004
JAVA Programming     Guest: Dwight Peltzer
McGraw-Hill/Osborne, a unit of McGraw-Hill Education and The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), is a leading publisher of self-paced computer training materials, including user and reference guides, series on computer certification, and high-level titles on networking, programming, and Web development tools. McGraw-Hill/Osborne is the official press of Oracle, Corel, and Intuit. Java code was conceived as a platform-independent programming language and operating system. For regular people, this means that an application written in Java will run under virtually any operating system on the market.

Dwight Peltzer, author of Osborne's ".NET and J2EE Interoperability" discusses this virtual product and possibilities in the future.
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