Will the Investment Community Accept Java?


NEW YORK--While Java doesn't feature prominently at this week's Waters/Risk Advanced Technology Conference '99, it makes a quiet appearance at several vendors' booths. There is growing evidence, though, that Java is gaining acceptance on the buy side, allowing users finally to adopt applications in a cross-platform environment.

One Java protagonist, George Kledaras, CEO of Javelin Technologies, reckons the software's presence is growing among investment management firms. Javelin's FIX engine

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