Marco Tech Blog

February, 2006

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

Where is the Kylix Community Project?

Over a year ago Borland announced the Kylix Community Project... but nothing happened after that. It is now time for the company to have a Kylix strategy, even if an exit strategy. -- Read blog post.

Italian Delphi 2006 Book

The Italian edition of Mastering Borland Delphi 2005 is shipping, with extra material on Delphi 2006. -- Read blog post.

Delphi 2006 Review, by Blake Watson

Blake has written a very interesting review of Delphi 2006 for -- Read blog post.

Borland selling Delphi

As you probably already know there was a "shocking" announcement this morning... Borland selling Delphi! -- Read blog post.

More info on Borland selling Delphi

Here are a few more links and info... -- Read blog post.

Dreaming a New Delphi Era

There was the Turbo Pascal era. There has been the classic Delphi era. Now a great technology, a great community, and a DelphiNewCo Inc. are ready to enter a New Delphi Era. -- Read blog post.

Support Delphi, Now!

For the dream of a new Delphi era to become true, the community needs to start acting now, or better, to keep acting as usual but with renewed strength. -- Read blog post.

More Delphi 2006 Documentation

Over the last few days the BDN site has published several Delphi 2006 articles and I've uploaded two new chapters of my Delphi 2006 ebook. -- Read blog post.

Surprising Blog Stats: Firefox close to IE

I spent some time looking into the stats for this site collected by Google Analytics, and saw some surprises. -- Read blog post.

Delphi 2006 Trial

The Delphi 2006 trial is available! -- Read blog post.

About Open Space Conferences

Bruce Eckel is organizing an Open Space Conference on Web development. I wonder if I could find enough people interested in a Delphi-related one... -- Read blog post.

Delphi: Open Source or Community Driven?

Someone posted on my blog about making Delpih open source or creating an open source clone... I'd rather see the product community-driven. -- Read blog post.