In this Issue of EiffelWorld
ISE Releases EiffelStudio 5.1!
Highlights include two new versions, Professional and Home, as well as the latest version of EiffelStudio, our acclaimed development environment.
ISE Eiffel 5.1 is one of the first commercial products to provide support for Microsoft .NET, as well as offering availability on several operating systems, including Windows, Unix, Linux and VMS.
For more details on the new release visit: docs.eiffel.com.
For complete release information visit: www.eiffel.com
Order your copy of ISE Eiffel, (Professional or Enterprise) by December 31 and receive a $500 discount on our next Hands-On Eiffel training session in Santa Barbara, to be held the week of February 4, 2002 (see below).
Contact email@example.com for more information.
If you are currently on maintenance you will be receiving your copy of EiffelStudio 5.1 shortly.
EiffelStudio Nominated for Jolt Award!
EiffelStudio has been nominated for the prestigious Jolt Award in the category of Languages and Development Environments.
We'll keep you posted on this exciting development.
New Academic Assistance Program for Eiffel Students
Academic Assistance Access is a free tutoring service on the Web designed to offer assistance in Programming Languages for post-secondary students. If you are looking for answers to your Eiffel questions, our team of professionals can help you make the grade!!!
Please, do not ask questions by replying to this message. For assistance you should first subscribe to the following address:www.tutoraid.org
Eiffel Conference in Paris
At the invitation of the CCR, Mr. Colnet (Professor at the University of Nancy 1 and head of the team which develops the SmallEiffel Compiler) will present the Object Oriented Language, Eiffel.
The Conference will take place in Jussieu on Wednesday, December 5th from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm, on the 4th floor of Tower 65-66.
Eiffel is installed at the CCR on MOKA. All the documentation is accessible the CCR webpage: http://www.ccr.jussieu.fr/ccr/Documentation/Calcul/nt0.html (rubrique Eiffel)
A big thank you to all of you who posted information about their projects to the thread, "Who's Using Eiffel" on the comp.lang.eiffel newsgroup.
We are amazed to discover the variety of your developments and honored by your trust. We would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to providing you with the most advanced and efficient development tools.
Hands-On Eiffel Course Coming Soon
Don't miss our upcoming Eiffel Hands-on Training Course!
When: February 4 to 8, 2002.
This session will be taught using the latest release of ISE Eiffel and will describe all the recent additions, in particular, iterator programming and advanced Design by Contract using agents, tuples, and generic creation.
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