C++ programmers - we want YOU!

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Do you use C++Builder? Would you like to become a MVP - part of our most valued professional program? Or do you know someone you think would be a great addition?

We are actively seeking C++ people who are some or all of the following (don't worry if you feel not all these apply to you, eg if you don't like presenting):

  • Technically skilled
  • Know C++ Builder
  • Happy writing technical articles, eg blog posts
  • Happy presenting or talking at user groups and meetups
  • Fluent in any language, not just English. It's a big world.

C++Builder has a great foundation now with four platforms plus Linux soon, great cross-platform UI support (we think it's better than other C++ UI libraries) and more, plus a plan for where it's going. We want to get the word out. We want it to be visible that people are using C++Builder, and we want people who will be active in the C++ online community and mention it. One way might be to think of making C++Builder more well known, more visible, more "on the map."

When you're a MVP, we give you a complimentary copy of RAD Studio so you can stay up to date with the latest versions of our tech; confidential and early product briefings and webinars; the opportunity to work more closely with us; copies of marketing materials, demos, and so forth, and more.

In return, we'd ask you to regularly write about C++, and C++Builder. We want high quality, often quite technical (it's for C++ people in general), articles by people who know their stuff, the kind of thing you would want to read - as well as cheering for the product.  Perhaps you might attend user groups or other presentations. We basically don't care what you do so long as you're visible and do good stuff.

Interested? Let us know!

  • Nominate someone and/or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Include some info such as examples of blogs posts or other content.

Gold User, No rank,
C++ Product Manager, looking after C++Builder as well as the IDE.


  • Daryl N9426
    Daryl N9426 Saturday, 18 February 2017

    If you are a serious c or c++ programmer you would not like c++ builder, the professional tools that come with it do not work, all of their focus is on Delphi. refactoring has not worked since XE3. in 10.1 it has limited functionality when using the 32bit and the classic Borland compiler setting. If you select 64bit or un-select classic Borland compiler all of the refactoring tools are grayed out. This is as of 10.1 Seattle, who know they may have fixed it in 10.2 Berlin. I ran out of money to buying the next version hoping it would work XE6, XE7, XE8, Seattle 10, 10.1. thousands of $$.

  • David Millington
    David Millington Monday, 20 February 2017

    We're working on all of this, and want it to match everything Delphi offers.

  • h.mohri
    h.mohri Thursday, 19 January 2017

    I am waiting for C++Builder clang 3.8 implementation.
    When the C ++ 17 is available, I thought that a lot of people are interested.

  • David Millington
    David Millington Monday, 20 February 2017

    That's on the roadmap, we will get there soon :)

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