SlickEdit and Discovery Machine Board Member Re-elected to Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors

Santa Clara, CA — March 20, 2006 — SlickEdit Inc., provider of the most versatile code editor available, and Discovery Machine, provider of revolutionary products and services that allow experts to capture and leverage knowledge, jointly announce that Howard H. Lewis has been re-elected to serve as an add-in provider representative on the Eclipse Board of Directors.

Eclipse is an open source community whose projects are focused on providing an extensible development platform and application frameworks for building software. The Eclipse Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation formed to advance the creation, evolution, promotion, and support of the Eclipse Platform and to cultivate both an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products, capabilities, and services.

“Add-In providers help to drive the direction of both the Eclipse platform and the Eclipse Foundation. SlickEdit and Discovery Machine are active participants in an ecosystem of vendors who help make the Eclipse community so vital and vibrant." said Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation.

“It is an honor to be selected to represent the interests of the add-in provider class of members for the Eclipse Foundation,” said Howard H. Lewis. Lewis is currently president and CEO of Discovery Machine, Inc., and also acts as an advisor and board member to SlickEdit Inc., Discovery Machine, 2ThumbZ Entertainment, Inc., Patent Wizards International, Nevalon Technologies LLC and serves as the President of The National Modeling, Simulation, Analysis and Training Coalition.

“We are delighted to have Howard Lewis represent SlickEdit and Discovery Machine in such an important role,” said Erica Boisvert, President and COO of SlickEdit. “Howard continues to be focused on the needs of the add-in community and is passionate in promoting the overall success of Eclipse initiatives,” said Todd Griffith, Founder, and Chief Technology Officer of Discovery Machine.

SlickEdit and Discovery Machine will be attending EclipseCon 2006 in Santa Clara, California from March 20-23. Both companies will be located in booth 715.

About SlickEdit Inc.
SlickEdit Inc. provides software developers with multi-language development tools and the most advanced code editors available. Power programmers, from Fortune 500 companies to individuals, have chosen SlickEdit as their development tool of choice for over 18 years. Proven on Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Mac OS X platforms, SlickEdit® products enable even the most accomplished developers to write more code faster, and more accurately. For more information about SlickEdit and free trial downloads, please visit www.slickedit.com.

About Discovery Machine Inc.
Discovery Machine Inc. is a privately held, woman-owned small business with headquarters in Williamsport, PA, and offices in Raleigh, NC, the heart of the Research Triangle. Founded in 1999, DMI immediately gained recognition for its novel approach to knowledge acquisition and engineering. DMI’s mission—to enable experts to capture and leverage knowledge—has made it possible for experts in national defense, homeland security, aerospace and life sciences to leverage knowledge in a manner never before achievable.

Visual SlickEdit and SlickEdit are registered trademarks of SlickEdit Inc. Discovery Machine is a trademark of Discovery Machine Inc., Williamsport, PA. All other products or other company names are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Media Contacts:
SlickEdit
Jason Jones
919-473-0070
jjones@slickedit.com

Discovery Machine
Todd W. Griffith, Ph. D.
Founder, Chief Technology Officer
570 329-0251
tgriffith@discoverymachine.com