Marco Tech Blog

September, 2005

Blog posts archive for the given month, sorted by date. See the link for entire blog archive above.

Starting a Blog

My first post, the start of a blog -- Read blog post.

Why Delphi?

The reasons I like and use Borland Delphi as my primay development environment: nice language, handy IDE, great community... -- Read blog post.

Why XML?

The reasons I like and use XML-related technologies. -- Read blog post.

RSS Blues

I've been trying to fix the problems with the RSS for my blog, only to figure out a few odd problems with this pupolar XML standard. -- Read blog post.

Fall Delphi Conferences

The US Borland Developer's Conference gets also a European version, plus there is EKON next week. Lot's of Delphi-related conferences this fall (and lots of talks for me). -- Read blog post.

My Copies of Mastering Borland Delphi 2005

I finally got the author copies of my last book. -- Read blog post.

Delphi for .NET CF

I've recently used the Delphi for .NET CF preview compiler to create an application. Troublesome at times, but nice. -- Read blog post.


Some of the reasons I use XSLT whenever possible for building dynamic web sites, and also in many other circumstances. -- Read blog post.

Nick and Allen Blog About Me

Two recent blog entries refer to my blog and my new book. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Power (e)Book

I'm looking for a reasonable business model for publishing a freely available ebook on Delphi. -- Read blog post.


Asyncronous JAvascript XML is not really a brand new Web technology, but its usage is rapidly changing the way users perceive web applications. The browser is indeed becoming a platform! -- Read blog post.

Delphi Roadmap (by David I)

At the EKON conference David I has revealed a lot about the future of Delphi and of the VCL. -- Read blog post.

Dexter Features (by Jason Vokes)

At EKON9 Jason Volkes has given out many details of the next version of Delphi. -- Read blog post.