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C++Builder 2007 is announced... As I have been blogging this year about products that we have announced and shipped and about my travels and events, some of the readers of my blog who are C++ focused have asked and questioned about the future of C++Builder.  On Monday of this week, we announced the next version of C++Builder, C++Builder 2007 for Win32.  Responding to our C++ customers and C++ developers everywhere, this announcement focuses on what C++ developers care most, native code C++ development. Key features and capa...
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New JBuilder 2007 release Just in time for the JavaOne 2007 conference, we announced a new release of JBuilder 2007 yesterday. The new release includes new developer features and pricing with expanded platform support for Microsoft Windows® and Vista(TM) as well as Mac OS® X and RedHat® Linux®. Read the press release. This new release of JBuilder 2007 will be available for purchase later this month in English. French, German, and Japanese language versions of the new JBuilder 2007 release are currently scheduled to be...
In Portland after stops in Paderborn (Germany), Vancouver, and Seattle... I am finishing up my trip to Germany and then three stops along the US/Canada Delphi, PHP, and InterBase tour.  It has been great to meet with many Delphi and PHP developers on this trip.  In Paderborn (for the Delphi Tage 2007) there were more than 300 Delphi developers spending their Saturday indoors for technical sessions.  In Vancouver and Seattle I have been doing three hour seminars to tell developers what our company and product strategy is and the demonstrate the latest innovations in De...
CodeGear's JBuilder 2007 scores higher than IBM's Rational Application Developer and Sun's NetBeans in InfoWorld Java IDE comparison Andrew Binstock just completed a comparative review of Java IDEs including CodeGear's JBuilder 2007, IBM's Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software 7.0, and Sun Microsystem's NetBeans 5.5.  The results were published in InfoWorld today. The final scoring shows JBuilder 2007 with a “Very Good” rating of 8.6 to Rational Application Developer rated “Good” with a score of 7.9 and Sun's NetBeans 5.5 rated “Good” with a score of 7.5. Two quotable quotes from the article: “It’s safe...
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Delphi 2007 presentation replays from CodeRage 2007... The CodeRage replays are now available on the CodeGear Developer Network (CDN).  Anders Ohlsson has written an article giving everyone the links to the video downloads for all of the sessions. For those of you who have purchased Delphi 2007 for Win32 or are still considering a purchase or to upgrade, the following are the Delphi 2007 focused sessions. What's New in Delphi 2007 - Nick Hodges — CodeGear Download The New VCL for Delphi 2007 - Seppy Bloom — CodeGear Download What's New i...

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My favorite 5 things about Delphi 2007 for Win32... Ben Smith, CodeGear CEO, tagged me in his blog post where he listed his 5 favorite things about Delphi 2007 for Win32.  Here are my five (I have many more) favorite things: 1) The new DBX4 database express framework streamlines database connectivity and adds support for the most recent versions of SQL databases. DBX4 is a single compatible native and managed code database infrastructure that simplifies the writing of data drivers and supports connection pooling. DBX4 supports the latest datab...
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Top 5 Reasons why Eclipse Developers need JBuilder CodeGear is participating in the EclipseCon 2007 conference in Santa Clara this week. If you are at the show, stop by our booth in the exhibit area. If you are using Eclipse, the following are five reasons why you should be using JBuilder 2007. The CodeGear Developer Network includes more than twenty JBuilder 2007 videos that will give you additional information for each of the reasons. Increase team velocity with enterprise class RAD advantages and capabilities - JBuilder® 2007 increases te...
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Evans Data Spring 2006 IDE developer survey lists Delphi first in several categories The recent Evans Data Corporation Spring 2006 primary market research on IDEs listed Delphi first in several categories.  The survey involved over 1200 worldwide developers. The survey takers were asked to rank IDEs according to sixteen features. The report lists the top eleven IDEs that were ranked. The list included Delphi, JBuilder, Eclipse, NetBeans,Visual Studio, IBM Rational Application Developer, IBM WebSphere Studio, Oracle JDeveloper, Sun Java Studio, Sybase PowerBuilder, and Adobe/Macr...
Eclipse 2006 release train is ready to leave the station... This year's version of Eclipse, version 3.2, is getting ready for final release.  Codenamed Calisto, the projects that are part of this year's release will be available for download on June 30, 2006.  JBuilder “Peloton” is being built on top of this release.  “Peloton” is scheduled to ship later this year.  Projects included in the Eclipse release include: Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) 2.1 C/C++ IDE (CDT) 3.1 Data Tools Platform (DTP) 1.0 Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF)...
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JBuilder news at (and after) JavaOne 2006... JavaOne 2006 ended last Friday. The Developer Tools Group booth was busy with developers asking about the future of JBuilder. Last week we put out a press release unveiling a three year roadmap for JBuilder, the availability of JBuilder 2006 Foundation Edition (free download for personal and professional use), and the preview of JBuilder "Peloton". A number of press meetings took place at the conference. I have included a few of the many articles that have appeared during and after the show. ...
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