Two weeks of Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009 live webinars start Monday, August 25, 5am PDT

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We are on the verge of the formal announcement of Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009. Starting this Monday, August 25, we will begin two weeks of Live Webinars for Delphi and C++Builder.

Monday morning at 5am Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7) we begin the first of twenty-three Live Webinars timed to coincide with the publishing of the announcement press release.

Two articles have already appeared in eWeek and Infoworld online editions:

The complete schedule of Live Webinars and a link to the pre-registration site can be found in the Developer Network article at

Remember, it all starts Monday Morning, August 25th, at 5am Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7) and continues for the next two weeks. Come join the fun!

You can also see Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009 sneak peak videos at

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    Greg Havenga Thursday, 4 September 2008

    I looked at the feature matrix for C++ Builder 2009 and all looks great except...

    WHY on EARTH do you guys keep remote debugging out of the Professional version? I can do remote debugging with ANYTHING Microsoft - in ANY version. And, I even have TWO debuggers to choose from - the one in the IDE or WinDbg!

    I had hopes you guys would pull your collective heads out of the sand when Embarcadero took over, but I guess that's just too much to hope for.

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