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I'm leaving on a Jet Plane - David I's round the world RAD Studio XE2 tour All my bags are packed and I am ready to go.  I am on my way to San Francisco Airport to start my "RAD Studio XE2 Around the World in Two Weeks" tour. My stops are part of the Embarcadero RAD Studio XE2 World Tour.  I will make sure to blog on the way to keep you up to date on where I am and what attendees are saying.  If you are near the cities that I am visiting, I hope you will stop by and say hello. Tour Dates, Locations, and Registration Links September 6 - Tokyo Japan - 20th Embarca...
FireMonkey, RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2 and Prism XE2 information Developers have been asking for additional information about our new XE2 developer products and FireMonkey.  Here are some great links to FireMonkey, RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2, and Embarcadero Prism XE2 information.  Each article contains an overview and links to each Data Sheet, Feature Matrix, What's New, FAQ, Trial Download, and How to Buy. FireMonkey - http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/41603 Delphi XE2 - http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/41593 C++Builde...
David I's RAD Studio XE2 Tour of Texas - Week of September 19 Developers in Texas. You asked us to come visit and show RAD Studio XE2.  I am coming!  The RAD Studio XE2 Tour of Texas takes place in Austin, Houston, and Dallas during the week of September 19th.  The dates, times, locations and registration links are listed below and will also be added to the RAD Studio XE2 World Tour page. I am looking forward to visiting the Lone Star State once again.  See you in a few weeks after I finish my round the world tour starting this Saturday.  Before I get t...

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RAD Studio XE2 world tour - more US cities added! We are getting loads of attendees and more requests for additional cities around the world.  For the US, we are adding additional cities: Boston, MA - Wed., September 7, Time 6:00pm-8:00pm Denver, CO - Thu., September 15, Time 12:30pm-2:30pm Dallas, TX - Thu., September 22, Time 5:00pm-7:00pm Newark, NJ - Sat., September 24, 9:00am-3:30pm (SPECIAL ALL-DAY EVENT) Locations, dates, time, and registration details for all cities are listed on the RAD Studio XE2 World Tour page.  We are ...

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CodeRage 6 Call for Papers is now open! We've been working on CodeRage 6 planning since the Spring. Now we've set the CodeRage 6 date and the call for papers is now open. This will be our sixth annual online conference with exciting and helpful content offered specifically for software developers. CodeRage 6 will take place online during the week of October 17-21, 2011. You are invited to submit abstracts for consideration as a speaker at CodeRage 6. Please submit an abstract for each of your proposed presentations. Attendees h...

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Want more...Satisfaction Some of our customers, in their newgroup and blog posts, tell us they want more satisfaction.  I absolutely agree.  While there aren't always specific satisfaction requests, we are constantly listening, surveying, visiting, and working every day to keep developers happy and satisfied.  From time to time, we just can't give some developers the satisfactions they need.  But, I can tell you we try 100% every day, even on weekends.  We have consistently delivered increased capability for all develop...

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Want more...RAD Studio XE2 Thirty-one posts in the thirty-one days in July.  Each day a new word for the "Want more..." series.  All of the words, all of the posts, all of the links and all of the hints all leading up to tonight.  You asked what it was all about.  You posted comments and sent me emails asking about products, technologies, languages, and Embarcadero plans.  I had to say "all good things come to those who wait".  Well, the time is now to open up the curtain. Tonight, we launched our RAD Studio XE2 World ...

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Want more...Agility Are there any of today's software development teams that aren't using some form of agile method? Dictionary.com defines agility as "the power of moving quickly and easily" and "the ability to think and draw conclusions quickly".  Both of these definitions fit perfectly with what developers (individually or in teams) need more of in their projects. Early computer software methodologies involved so-called "heavyweight" or "ad hoc" methods. When I worked at TRW in Los Angeles in the 1970's we us...

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Want more...Quality If you live in the United States, you have been witnessing the struggles between President Obama (a Democrat), the House of Representatives (controlled by the Republican Party), the Senate (controlled by the Democratic Party).  Compromise is often key to getting things done in politics, but we must never sacrifice the quality of life of our citizens and visitors.  When we are defining the feature set for our products, we have great input from our customers about everything they need and want.  A...

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Want more...Friends Programmers often live in a solitary world focused on their integrated development environments while peering deep into their source code.  At the same time we are often members of a larger development team and a developer community.  In Extreme Programming's Pair Programming two developers work together, one keyboarding while the other kibitzes, before the code is committed to the repository and production. At Embarcadero developers work in mini-teams (using the SCRUM agile methodology) that, p...

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