2005-10

Delphi Passion

Delphi is a community, Delphi is passion, Delphi is also a product: commenting Allen and Nick posts.

Chad at Microsoft

Chad Hower works for Microsoft but comfirms his involvement in the Indy project.

Delphi in the Trenches?

Some developers posted in my blog talkback that Delphi is so behind VS and will never catch up. I disagree...

The Architecture of this Blog

This blog uses XML, XSLT, XML-based scripting and custom servers compiled in Kylix: here are some more details...

Web 2.0 (Tim O'Reilly)

I've finally had the time to read a very interesting article by O'Reilly founder on the present and future of the Web.

Delphi 2006 Announced

Borland has formally announced Delphi 2006. This is now also called Borland Developer Studio 2006. And C++Builder 2006 and C#Builder 2006. You pick the name you prefer, the product is always the same!

October 24th: 24 Hours of DeXter

The Borland Developers Relation group has scheduled another 24 hours of Delphi event for the end of the month, covering Delphi 2006 and the other tools in DeXter.

Spirit of Delphi Award

Dennis and Pierre are my candidates for this year Spirit of Delphi award.

Installing software with InstallAware

Today I've built an installation script using InstallAware, a very nice product indeed.

Celentano Web Site

The new web site of a popular Italian showman is online, powered by Kylix and XML technologies.

24 Hours of Dexter: Live Now

The 24 hours of Delphi event is taking place right now... and I've just finished speaking.

CFBuild beta (by Jeremy North)

Jeremy North has released a public beta version of his Compact Framework Build Helper for Delphi.

FastMM4

FastMem4 is a very interesting memory manager and debugger, which will be included in Delphi 2006.

24 Hours Replay and Coming Borland Conferences

The replay, a Borland conference nearing, and one disappearing...

Delphi Language and .NET (with a hint from Joel)

Why use Delphi if all langauges on .NET are alike? And can a single runtime suit all your programming needs?