It has been long time since I wrote a summary blog post, so this is just a collection of highlights. I'll try to get back to a decent frequency.
Official Embarcadero News
As you probably know we released RAD Studio Berlin Update 1. Check this blog post if you missed it.
Embarcadero is making our tools available to schools and universities. For free. Read the press release "Embarcadero Academic Program Offers Free Software Development Tools to Students" at http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160825005680/en/Embarcadero-Academic-Program-Offers-Free-Software-Development
The company is also pushing on Windows 10 Anniversary Update support (with more features to come) but has...
This week is all about upgrading your Delphi database applications. Not only it is the last chance to save big on upgrading to the latest version of Delphi with 10% discount and free mobile and bonus packs, but there are also two globally available free webinars on Wednesday and Thursday that will discuss the technical details of
Migrating Your Database Applications to FireDAC and InterBase (youtube recording)
RAD Server Scalable Cloud Deployment
There are many dimensions to the process of upgrading database applications. It is about the database structure and the data model. It is about database connectivity framework. It is about the application logic. It is also about scalable depl...
Working with all our amazing MVPs is one of the best parts of my job. They are truly my heroes and do some amazing stuff. Occasionally it happens that someone has to stop their work as an MVP, and that is always sad. Recently David Millington stopped as an MVP to become the C++ Product Manager, and now Nick Hodge is leaving MVP status to start work as our Product Management Lead.
This was just announced via Atanas' Tweet:
We just hired @NickHodges as PM lead - so happy! Go #Delphi! Awesome month for us with latest Berlin 10.1.1 edition launch! pic.twitter.com/jqTR4X7aDW
— Atanas Popov (@atanaspopov) September 22, 2016
Nick is still wrapping things up with his old job, but he...