FinalBuilder Wins Jolt Award
JOLT Awards don't come close to what they were... but it is great that FinalBuilder won a big prize!
Delphi Jobs in LinkedIn Group
I noticed and want to share a recent email from a LinkenIn group with many open Delphi jobs.
Database Trends Survey (by Embarcadero)
Embarcadero did a survey of database administrators of large companies, that was released last month and is worth a look.
My Subversion Repository (with Delphi 2010 Handbook Code)
I've created a public subversion repository and I'm uploading the code of the examples of my past books, starting with Delphi 2010 Handbook.
Embarcadero Buys Quadram (and Hires Jose Leon)
Embarcadero has bought the products and related intellectual property of Qadram, the makers of RadPHP (originally Delphi for PHP) and hired the founder, Jose Leon.
Essential Pascal Available in Hebrew
Ido Gendel has finished translating the free edition of Essential Pascal to Hebrew.
Replacing JSON Libraries in Delphi REST Servers
If you want to take advantage of jQuery and some of its plug-ins in a Delphi XE DataSnap REST Server application, you should replace the JSON processing library.
My Webinar and White Paper on Developing REST Servers in Delphi XE using DataSnap
Embarcadero has just created a new "Rad Studio in Action" page about "Developing REST Servers in Delphi XE using DataSnap" for which I wrote a white paper.
Delphi REST Videos and Webinar, Again
The "REST Servers in Delphi XE" videos are now also on YouTube, and embedded in this post, while there is little time left to sign up for next week webinar.
Naming My Delphi REST Extension Project
I'm close to release the alpha version of an open project aimed at extending the Delphi XE REST Server infrastructure. One of the problems is to find a suitable name for the project itself.
Tweets and Retweets #1
Updates about myself and the Delphi world, via tweets I posted and tweets I retweeted. Possibly the first of a regular series.
Delphi Starter Edition
According to an article in SD Times, Embarcadero is starting to sell a low-cost, limited version of Delphi from 149$. This is a very significant alternative to the existing versions.