CUPERTINO, Calif. -- September 12, 1996 -- Symantec Corporation (Nasdaq:SYMC) will be hosting several country-wide Java Seminars that will focus on teaching web developers and programmers everything they need to know about Java with looks at Symantec Café and a sneak-peak at the new Symantec Visual Café. The seminars will focus on learning Java fundamentals; basics on building layout managers; tips for building complex data structures without pointers; an overview on interface classes and the Java object model; and an overview of sockets and server-side process communications with multiple clients. The seminars will be taught by industry leaders such as Dr. Terence Parr, Ph.D., Dr. Tim Rohaly, Ph.D., Dr. Russell W. Quong, Ph.D and Scott Ritchie.
Seminars will take place in the following locations:
Java is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems for developing cross-platform applications across the public Internet and corporate intranets.
About Symantec Corporation
Symantec Corporation develops, markets, and supports a complete line of application and system software products designed to enhance individual and workgroup productivity as well as manage networked computing environments. Platforms supported include IBM personal computers and compatibles, Apple Macintosh computers as well as all major network operating systems. Founded in 1982, the company's global operations span North America, Europe and several fast growing markets throughout Asia Pacific and Latin America. Information on the company and its products can be obtained by calling (800) 441-7234 toll free or (541) 334-6054.
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