Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Grassroots computing languages hit the big time

Grassroots computing languages hit the big time:
"Oracle, IBM, Microsoft and others have taken note. These big software makers hope to tap into the growing interest in scripting and also broaden their customer base by attracting smaller companies--which may not have IT departments well-versed in Java, C and other relatively complex programming languages typically used to build custom business applications."