Last week for special offers on RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2

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A reminder that this is the last week of our special offers for RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2.  XE2 lets you build Windows and Mac applications using one codebase with our new FireMonkey platform for HD (high definition) and 3D business applications.

Move up to XE2 and be able to build Windows, Mac, Web and Mobile applications for Windows 32 (Delphi/C++), Windows 64 (Delphi), Macintosh OS X (C++/Delphi) and iOS (Delphi).  With RAD Studio you can also use RadPHP XE2 to build mobile applications for iOS, Android and Blackberry.

There are tons of resources on our RAD Studio Resource Center with links to articles, videos and product information.  Don't miss this last chance to upgrade to XE2. Check out the 31 RAD Studio XE2 videos at

See the great things that developers are saying about our XE2 products:

You can upgrade from any earlier version of our products to XE2 and also take advantage of our buy one tool get one free tool.  It all ends this Friday, March 30, 2012.

If you are still unsure, send me and email with your questions and I will do everything possible to help you.  Send me an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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