Calling willing Linux gurus

By: Anders Ohlsson

Abstract: Come see Borland Developer Relations and some of your other Borland friends at this year's LinuxWorld in New York City

We'll have plenty of exciting stuff for you to see this year. Come see the latest versions of Kylix, JBuilder and InterBase (etc) in action. We'll show you how to build your next e-business solution using Web Services and other goodies. You can also come and ask us about future plans for the tools and the platform - this year we're proud to have a speaker on that very topic.

John Ray Thomas (JT), Linux RAD Product Manager, will be discussing Rapid Application Development on Linux using C++. He will also be giving a special sneak preview of the upcoming Borland C++ RAD support for Linux.

DATE Friday, February 1, 2002
TIME 10:00am-11:15am
TITLE C76: Rapid C++ Development for Linux

The product will of course (as always) only be released "When It's Ready (TM)", which brings me back to what the title says - we would like to extend a special invite to Linux gurus with tons of C++ experience to get a chance to be part of our Field Test program for the C++ version of the Kylix product. Please apply at Make sure you tell us what your Linux and C++ experience is and what would make you a great addition to our team of Field Testers.

Borland's Shawn McKenzie will speak about methods and tools available to author and maintain large documentation projects, and to publish them to various formats in his session.

DATE Thursday, January 31, 2002
TIME 11:00am-12:15pm
TITLE C46: Managing Large Documentation Projects Using Open Source Tools

Borland's Michael Swindell, Director of Product Management, will be on a panel entitled State-of-the-Art Development Tools for Embedded Linux Developers.

DATE Wednesday, January 30, 2002
TIME 11:00am-12:15pm
TITLE C17: State-of-the-Art Development Tools for Embedded Linux Developers

LinuxWorld details:

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
Conferences January 29 - February 1, 2002
Expo January 30 - February 1, 2002
Location Jacob K. Javits Center, New York City

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