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Hello from Bangalore India... We are here in Bangalore this week for the JAX India 2008 conference.  CodeGear is a silver conference sponsor.  Several talks were given by Ravi Kumar (Principal Architect of JBuilder), Jeff Anders (JBuilder Product Marketing Manager) and myself.  We gave the following talks: Developer UML, Software Archeology, and Introduction to Application Factories.   (Ravi, Jeff, and David I at JAX India 2008) Our booth has been crowded each day with attendees wanting to see more about JBuilder 2008'...
Borland Together in Gartner OOAD Tools magic quadrant for 2H06-1H07 leadership section Borland Together is positioned in the leaders quadrant of Gartner Group's OOAD Tools magic quadrant.  Together versions are available for Eclipse and Visual Studio.  The same Together technology is integrated in Developer Studio 2006 (for Delphi Win32, Delphi.NET, and C#) and JBuilder 2006. Read the press release from Borland....

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MDA Back in October at the OOPSLA 2004 conference in Vancouver, I sat in on the second edition of my friend Granville “Randy“ Miller's MDA panel session, "Model Driven Architecture: The Realities, A Year Later". The panelists included: Scott Ambler (Ambysoft), Steve Cook (Microsoft), Karl Frank (Borland), Sridhar Iyengar (IBM), Jon Kern (Compuware), and Stephen Mellor (Mentor Graphics Corp.). The panel description was "Model Driven Architecture (MDA) is a technology that has been in the process of e...
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How big does your software development platform desktop need to be? You can use multiple monitors to increase your desktop space.  You can also buy one of those large LCD or an even larger plasma screens to give you more work space.  With the number of windows, frames, views, or perspectives that you would like to have in a modern Software Delivery Optimization development platform, you really want the largest work space you can find (or afford?). Pat Kerpan, Borland's CTO, have discussed the need for a large screen to allow the display and interaction of a wide...

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OOPSLA 2004 in Vancouver I spent three days in Vancouver last week at the OOPSLA 2004 conference.   It was great to be back at this wonderful conference after a two year hiatus (2002 I was travelling, 2003 it was the week before Borland Conference 2003).  They always have a good bookstore at OOPSLA filled with the latest methodology, process, and programming books.  Two books that I bought at the show include:  "Waltzing with Bears" by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister (ISBN 0-932633-60-9).  This book covers the identif...

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