O'Reilly and Associates

O'Reilly and Associates

The leading publisher of information on the Internet, Unix, the X Window System and other open systems. They also provide the Global Network Navigator service.

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IT book publisher O'Reilly and Associates last week announced a new technical conference for developers of enterprise-class Java-based applications.
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Currently, keynote speaches are scheduled from Tim O'Reilly, President of O'Reilly and Associates and Michael Rhodin, Director of Worldwide Development for IBM's Pervasive Computing Division.
com has created a unique opportunity for our readers to explore and read the breadth of O'Reilly titles on the web," said Linda Walsh, director of ebook publishing for O'Reilly and Associates, Inc.
Publishers including Macmillan USA, McGraw-Hill (NYSE:MHP), O'Reilly and Associates, The Motley Fool, Salon.
Tim O'Reilly, president of O'Reilly and Associates, a leading publisher of books on technology, said, "Up until now, publishers have been faced with a choice between selling printed books and providing material for free online -- and hoping to make revenue through advertising or low-cost subscriptions.
O'Reilly and Associates, well-known (and respected) publishers of technical books, has ventured down well-worn path of algorithm book publishing with two new algorithms books with a decidedly O'Reilly flavor.
announced today plans to bundle Cold Fusion Standard, a simplified version of their Web application development platform, with WebSite Professional from O'Reilly and Associates.
5 for database Web application development and Allaire Forums Enterprise for Intranet class Web conferencing, a new set of enhancements for Cold Fusion, a licensing agreement with O'Reilly and Associates to bundle Cold Fusion Standard with WebSite Professional, new site license pricing for Cold Fusion, and added support for Microsoft BackOffice 2.
Dougherty introduced the first ad-sponsored magazine to use the Web in 1993, developing the Global Network Navigator (GNN) for O'Reilly and Associates.