James Gosling, father of Java, is coming to London to give a keynote at the Java 97 Network Computing exhibition and conference which is running tomorrow and Thursday at Olympia. PC Week is sponsoring Java Network Computing, a management overview conference running on Thursday which examines how Java and network computing affects IT infrastructures. Among the topics covered are: deploying Java; Hydra, methods of reducing the cost within a PC environment and implementing NCs. The conference costs #325. Borland, Compaq, IBM, Lotus, Microsoft, Netscape, SCO and Sun are among the exhibitors at the Java 97 show. For further information, call the conference hotline on 01256381583.
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