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Borland's developer and database products in the news this past month... Below you will find a few news articles where Borland's developer and database products are mentioned and where the “DevCo” spin-off is also highlighted. My favorite headline is "Borland CEO promises 'caring' IDE overlord". That is exactly what we are working towards in the work we are doing to keep our business running while we also prepare for meetings with investors. We are looking for the right investor for our customers, our employees, and our products. April 4, 2006 - NewsForge - Succe...
Borland plans separate company for Delphi, JBuilder, C++Builder, InterBase, JDataStore and other developer products... To our loyal developer community: Today, Wednesday February 8, 2006 at 1am Pacific Time, Borland announced plans to seek a buyer for our IDE product lines that include Delphi, C++Builder, C#Builder, JBuilder (and Peloton), InterBase, JDataStore, nDataStore, Kylix, and our older Borland and Turbo language products and tools. The goal is to create a standalone business focused on advancing individual developer productivity using the people inside Borland who are focused on the success of these ...
Borland Together 2006 and Borland Developer Studio 2006 are finalists in the 16th annual Jolt awards Borland is a finalist in two categories for the 16th annual Jolt Product Excellence & Productivity Awards. CMP Media made the announcement today.  The awards ceremony will take place on March 15, 2006 at the Santa Clara Convention Center during the SD West 2006 conference. Borland Together 2006 for Eclipse is a finalist in the Design Tools and Modeling category.  Borland Developer Studio 2006 is a finalist in the Development Environments category. Read the CMP 16 annual Jolt Product Ex...
Delphi / C++Builder Roadmap 2005-2008 Powerpoint slide You've seen the digital camera pictures of the Delphi / C++Builder Roadmap on different blog postings.  You've read Danny Thorpe's blog entry that explains the Delphi Roadmap 2005-2006.   Below you will find a better quality bitmap of the roadmap slide taken from my presentation at the German Developer Conference 2005 (EKON 9).  Click on the bitmap to display an even larger version of the bitmap. Go Borland Delphi, C++Builder, and C#Builder!...

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EKON 9 Opening Keynote - DeXter preview and roadmap I am at the German Developer Conference (EKON 9) in Frankfurt Germany.  I could write a blog entry telling everyone about the “preview” I gave of DeXter.  But, attendees have beat me to the start (soon after the keynote was over).  Daniel and Marco have both posted blog entries, with pictures for the DeXter preview and the Borland roadmap for Delphi, C++ and C#. Dr. Bob has covered both the opening keynote and Jason Vokes' Borland product address on his blog.  It's great to have our community...
Tenth Anniversary of the Delphi v1 Launch - but the RTM date is Feb 15, 1995... Today is the tenth anniversary of the launch of Delphi version 1.0 at the Software Development Conference.  We celebrate this date in Delphi's history, but the actual RTM (release to manufacturing) date, and the date that all of the Delphi v1 files are date stamped, was February 15, 1995.  Gary Whizin, R&D manager for Delphi tells the story in the remembrance audio interview available on Borland Development Network's BDN Radio. Gary said that the team did sign off the Delphi 1 master on F...

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Hello from XP2004 in Garmisch Germany JBuilderX has a great Open Tools Api (OTA).  There are more than 500 tools and component libraries supporting the JBuilder underlying development platform framework.  I've known the JBuilder OTA for years now.  But I have done nothing with the Eclipse tools API. So, I am sitting in the “Contributing to Eclipse - Understanding and Writing Plug-ins” hands on tutorial at the Fifth International XP 2004 conference in Garmisch.  So far I have written a simple viewer plug-in.  Later, I'll extend it...

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