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Together Technologies

A suite of software development tools from Borland for creating business applications. Originally from TogetherSoft, which was acquired by Borland in 2003, Together was one of the first modeling platforms based on Eclipse. Past versions of the software offered individual Designer, Architect and Developer editions with which to create UML and business process models. Its 2007 release changed this role-based structure and combined all feature sets into a single edition. See TogetherJ and Eclipse.
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It brings together technologies for the whole textile creation chain: from the choice of raw materials and equipment, up to apparel textiles for every sector of the industry.
Michelle Briscoe, Chief Executive Officer of Brooks Rand Labs, said, “We believe the merger between Brooks Rand Labs and Applied Speciation and Consulting will transform the specialty analytical testing market for metals analysis and speciation by bringing together technologies and quality systems that do not exist elsewhere.
"It gave us the opportunity to use our process engineering and automation expertise to bring together technologies from throughout the GEA Group including: butter-making, evaporation, refrigeration, valves, pumps and heat exchangers.
The two-week exhibition brings together technologies of oil painting and photographing, sculpture, Graphic and experimental projects with varied means.
No bought-in, cobbled together technologies...Just one code-base, developed in-house, designed to complement and enhance overlapping functionalities.
An artist and filmmaker, as well as a musician who (in his VJ/DJ persona Slender Whiteman) busked his way around Europe with a fully solar-powered laptop sound system, Lauschmann imaginatively weaves together technologies as the fabric of his work, not as something separate to he cynical about or superficially dazzled by In his hands, they are malleable, emergent.