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Interactive software engineering

(ISE) The company set up by Bertrand Meyer, now its president, to develop and distribute Eiffel, the language which he created. ISE also organises the TOOLS conference (Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems).
E-mail: info@eiffel.com.
Telephone: +1 (805) 685 1006.
Address: Santa Barbara, Goleta CA, USA.


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