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CodeGear + DatabaseGear - what will be possible I am over in Europe visiting with developers. Last week I was in Italy and Germany at the Delphi developer days in Piacenza (Marco Cantu) and Gunzburg (LegoLand). At the end of my CodeGear and Embarcadero update presentation, I covered some of things that could be possible in the future once the two companies come together and collaborate on the integration of products and technologies. What might be possible for next generation development environment functionality? SQL “insights” and “com...
3rdRail Japanese announcement and 3rdRail case study This week, CodeGear announced the availability of the Japanese language version of 3rdRail, our Ruby on Rails development environment.  A press conference was held in Japan this week to announce a business collaboration with CodeGear, Open Source Japan, and Network Applied Communication Laboratory (NaCl) to drive enterprise Ruby on Rails adoption in Japan. In the press release and conference, Yukihiro Matsumoto, the creator of the Ruby language and NaCl Fellow, said, "CodeGear has a longstanding...

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Delphi for PHP 2.0 press coverage The recently announced Delphi for PHP 2.0 is receiving some very nice press coverage.  Here are a few of the many articles that have appeared so far: CodeGear upgrades PHP IDE - Performance, database support boosted in an effort to make PHP development similar to working with Microsoft's ASP .Net platform.  InfoWorld. http://www.infoworld.com/article/08/04/13/codegear-php_1.html CodeGear Enhances PHP Tool - CodeGear Delivers Delphi for PHP 2.0. eWeek. http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Application-...

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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'...

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Application Factory screencasts are online... Following the recent announcement of JBuilder 2008 with the new Application Factories capabilities, the R&D team has been creating a series of demonstration and feature videos.  These videos show how to produce and consume resusable modules, how to extend modules, and how to do Application Factory work in the JBuilder IDE. On CDN, you'll find an article that lists the available videos (more videos will arrive over time) and a download link to grab a zip file for each screencast (Flash for...

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More JBuilder 2008 news articles... More articles have appeared in the news following the announcement of JBuilder 2008. Application Factories featured in JBuilder release - SD Times CodeGear cultivates developer intelligence - ZDNet CodeGear announced the availability of JBuilder 2008, its latest version of the IDE for the Java platform based on the Eclipse open source framework - Java Developer Journal Borland and CodeGear tout better software development, Enhanced support for distributed development teams and code re-use ...

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JBuilder 2008 is announced... Today is April 1st, 2008.  This is blog post is definitely not part of an April Fools Day joke.  We really did announce the newest edition of JBuilder.   The press release is available on CodeGear.com.  You can pre-order JBuilder 2008 on our shop site. Several news articles have already appeared on magazine web sites: JBuilder 2008 puts focus on code reuse - Computerworld, by Heather Havenstein Java IDE adds Application Factories for code reuse - InfoWorld, by Paul Krill In Paul Krill'...
JavaWorld editor's Java IDE choice threaded conversation - let them know you use JBuilder Have your voice heard. Take a minute and tell the editor and readers of JavaWorld that JBuilder is your IDE of choice by posting comments to the informal survey thread on the JavaWorld forums. Go to http://www.javaworld.com/javaforums/showflat.php?Cat=0&Number=98484 and leave your comments. Athen O'Shea, Editor, JavaWorld.com posted the original message to start the thread.  The discussion is attached to the recent article, by Andrew Binstock, comparing Eclipse v3.3 and NetBeans v6.0. In 2...
In Tokyo - CodeGear Developer Camp and Codezine.jp Developer Summit 2008 I am in Tokyo this week attending the 8th quarterly CodeGear Developer Camp.  On Tuesday I presented a CodeGear update including news about JBuilder Application Factories and also plans for the next update for 3rdRail.  I also presented technical sessions about Ruby on Rails development and higher levels of reuse using Application Factories. Yesterday I attended the Developer Summit 2008 conference in Tokyo.  I took part on a CodeGear Japan sponsored Ruby Community panel discussion.  During t...

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Goodbye 2007, Hello 2008! 2007 is now over.  What a year it was.  Even though there were many changes in our  company and industry this past year, we continued to move forward to deliver state-of-the-art capabilities, deliver new produicts, and respond to customer demands. We shipped new versions of everything (JBuilder 2007 release 2, Delphi 2007, C++Builder 2007, Interbase 2007 for the Macintosh, RAD Studio 2007) and new products including Delphi for PHP, Blackfish SQL, and 3rdRail.  We also delivered updates and bu...

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