Demo II

Demo II

An earlier demonstration, authoring and prototyping program for DOS from the Lifeboat Software division of Programmer's Paradise, Shrewsbury, NJ (www.pparadise.com). It was developed by Dan Bricklin, who designed the original VisiCalc spreadsheet. The Windows version is demo-It!
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Demo II, Maritime Combined Operations Training/Unified Spirit 1998 (MARCOT/US 98) from June 3 through June 28, 1997, was the largest peacetime amphibious exercise ever.
NMRS only participated in Demo II and it did not receive a favorable assessment.
Advanced Sensors only participated in Demo II, and then only with the TVSS.
Other issues during Demo II included concern about the RF link's telemetry range and bandwidth, lack of effectiveness against mines close to the surface, an underwater signature that conflicted with Marine Mammal Systems and diver operations and a high false-alarm rate.
His roster of clients includes Borland, Symantec, Metier, Ashton-Tate, and Ingres; even Dan Bricklin used to hand out McLaren demos to showcase his own Demo II program.
Current titles from Lifeboat include Dan Bricklin's Demo II, the leading DOS prototyping tool, Simple Software's WinWidgets, and Media Cybernetics' HALO Visual Image and HALO(R) Imaging Library.
and Demo II are trademarks of Programmer's Paradise, Inc.