Author: mactech

[MD1] BMUG Hosts First Annual Rummage Sale

Colleen Miller
(510) 549-2684 x210

For immediate release

BMUG Hosts First Annual Rummage Sale

Berkeley, CA – BMUG, the Berkeley Macintosh Users Group, hosts its first
annual rummage sale on July 12, 1997 from 10am to 3pm. BMUG volunteers will
be staffing tables to sell used computer equipment and software at the BMUG
offices at 2055 Center Street. Excellent bargains will be offered
throughout the day.

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[MD1] 4D Server Version 6

ACI US news for immediate release

Contacts: ACI US Marketing ACI US Engineering ACI US Engineering
Sharon Miller Pierre LeBlanc Dominique Hermsdorff
408-252-4444 x386 408-252-4444 x271 408-252-4444 x237

ACI US ships 4D Server Version 6
The “zero admin” data and application server

JUNE 6, 1997 CUPERTINO, CA. Today, ACI US ships 4D Server Version 6, the
newest upgrade to the outstanding 4D product line.

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[MD1] Every Mac Dev Pub – at your fingertips

Every article, every major Mac developer publication —
on your desktop, and fast!

Special offer through June 30, 1997
Our best deal yet — Get almost 25% off!

You may have heard about the new MacTech CD — we released it at WWDC
(press release is below).

The short and simple message about this CD is — EVERY article of every
major Macintosh developer publication available and the original Inside
Macintosh is included on this CD.

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[MD1] Java Fundamental Classes Reference

June 5, 1997

Sara Winge
707/829-0515 x285


SEBASTOPOL, CA–“Java Fundamental Classes Reference,” the latest title in
O’Reilly & Associates’ Java documentation series, provides complete
reference documentation on the core Java 1.1 classes.

“Java Fundamental Classes Reference” goes beyond a standard reference

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[MD1] WebObjects Training

Joint Release

Apple and Agiliti Announce WebObjects Training Agreement

Minneapolis-based Agiliti is First Certified Training Partner for
WebObjects Software, With Courses Beginning in July.

CUPERTINO, Calif.–June 5, 1997–Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and
Bloomington, Minnesota-based Agiliti, the leader in authorized technology
training in the Upper Midwest, have announced an agreement for delivering
training programs on Apple’s WebObjects web development platform.

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