Embarcadero Blog Posts - translated from Russian....

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To read some of the wonderful Russian language FireMonkey and programming blog posts by our Embarcadero Russia R&D and Sales team membeers, you can use the Google translation facility.  Here are some of the recent blog posts you can read in English using Google translate:

Part 1. The development of components for FMX 2.0. Overview of the architecture. The first approximation - Yaroslav Brovin

Part 2. The development of components for FMX 2.0. Button with a picture - Yaroslav Brovin

Trends at the intersection of 2012 - 2013 - Vsevolod Leonov

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David Intersimone (known to many as David I.) is a passionate and innovative software industry veteran-often referred to as a developer icon-who extols and educates the world on Embarcadero developer tools. He shares his visions as an active member of the industry speaking circuit and is tapped as an expert source by the media. He is a long-standing champion of architects, developers and database professionals and works to ensure that their needs are folded into Embarcadero's strategic product plans. David holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, California.


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    Jack Johnson Monday, 31 December 2012

    Ummmm. Yeah. I assume you have employees who speak both Russian and English - why not pay them to translate so your English-speaking customers don't get brain-bleeds reading the Google-generated text?

    I've been hoping Embarcadero would provide translations; frankly, this is pretty disappointing. I'd understand this from a FOSS project, but not from a for-profit, world-wide company that just raised its prices...

    Happy New Year anyway!

    -- Jack

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    David Intersimone Tuesday, 1 January 2013

    Jack - first, Happy New Year. You are right that we need to do more to make sure we have translated articles and blog post. In my quick blog post I was just trying to make it easy for everyone to see a couple of the recent blog post titles and inside the articles to understand the context of the text - the code speaks for itself. We do have Russian/English speaking employees like Vsevolod Leonov (who posts some articles in English and some in Russian). I continue to ask his help but at the same time, our employees are doing a lot of other work to help every customer. We have to do better, and with the new year, we will continue to strive to do more. Thanks.

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    himself Thursday, 3 January 2013

    Nice. I'm just curious, what does your Russian division do? Do they actually develop parts of Delphi or just advertise it to a local market?

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    David Intersimone Tuesday, 8 January 2013

    Himself - we have offices in Russia for selling (in Moscow) and for R&D (St. Petersburg).

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