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BACKGROUND: specialties software hardware/OS projects

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Born Information Services
400 N. Executive Drive
Suite 100
Brookfield, WI 53005

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voice mail: 414.814.3153
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Client/Server / OOA/D/P / Object-Relational Mapping
Beans / Education & Mentoring / Use Case Analysis
We specialize in providing OOA/D/P resources in project, collaborative, or staff augmentation roles.
Our areas of technical strength include Use Case analysis, OOD using the UML notation, and developing
sound object-oriented Java source code. We have experience or knowlege in using JDK version 1.1,
JavaBeans, then Swing components, JDBC, COM/DCOM, and CORBA/IIOP.
Preferred projects
We prefer projects that we can "put our arms around."
We also prefer projects that our useful to evolving
the client company's enterprise system into a useful
productivity enhancing "experience." We ultimately 
prefer projects with an architectural development 
Platform of focus
Java! We view 100% pure Java (with Beans and either 
the DCOM bridge or CORBA/IIOP) as a deployment 
platform. We can also focus on Windows, Unix, or other platforms.
Languages background
Born-Milwuakee object-oriented technology consultants have
experience with Java, C++, and Smalltalk.

Software-environment background
Born-Milwuakee object-oriented technology consultants have experience
with using Sun's JDK, Visual Age/Java, Visual J++, and Visual Cafe.
OS background
Born object-oriented technology consultants have experience
with MS Windows, Unix, Mac OS, HP-UX, Linux, and a variety of
other operating systems.

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Predictions for Java (11 - November - 97)
Java is going to become the platform, and language, of choice for
information systems deployment. We view that most back-end legacy 
systems currently deployed in COBOL, PL/1, RPG, etc. will move to 
the Java platform (with Beans and/or CORBA/IIOP) to better enable
information system applications to move with client needs and industry

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