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In 1997, Ousterhout left Berkeley to join Sun Microsystems Laboratories, which hired a team to join him in Tcl development. After several years at Sun, he left and co-founded Scriptics, Inc. (later renamed Ajuba Solutions) in January 1998 to provide professional Tcl development tools and most of the Tcl team followed him from Sun. Ajuba was purchased by Interwoven in October 2000.