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28 Oct Developer Skill Sprints for Modernizing your VCL Apps
New Developer Skill Sprints starting on 4 November!
Tim DelChiaro Article
28 Oct CodeRage Delphi Daily Schedule - October 28, 2014
See all the Delphi / Object Pascal sessions for Day 1 of CodeRage 9
Tim DelChiaro Article
27 Oct 3 Cool SQL Server TSQL Snippets for Productivity
Guest post by Pinal Dave
Tim DelChiaro Article
27 Oct 5 Different Ways to Start SQL Server Services
Here are few ways we penned down here which are used for standalone instance of SQL Server
Tim DelChiaro Article
22 Oct Embarcadero Unveils Upgrade Program to Help VCL Developers Become Current and Modernize Existing Windows Applications
Licence holders of XE or previous versions of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder can upgrade to the latest XE7 version without having to purchase a new licence; Offer includes discount of up to 45%
Tim DelChiaro Press Release
15 Oct Registration Now Open for Embarcadero Technologies' CodeRage 9
Delphi and C++ developers invited to this year’s must-attend online conference taking place October 28-30
Tim DelChiaro Press Release
13 Oct Big Data the BuzzWord
This article by Pinal Dave takes a different approach to understanding the nuances of Big Data and what is this process that industry is trying to talk
Tim DelChiaro Article
13 Oct 5 Things Developers Must Know for Working with their Databases
This article by Pinal Dave looks at some of the developer traits that one must keep in mind while working with databases
Tim DelChiaro Article
11 Oct 5 Essential BaaS Features Every Mobile App Needs
White paper for RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder developers
Tim DelChiaro White Paper
10 Oct Register for CodeRage 9 and Check Out the Sessions List
Delphi and C++Builder free online developer's conference October 28-30, 2014
Tim DelChiaro Article
7 Oct Rapid SQL Query Builder Tips and Techniques by Dan Hotka
Guest blog post from Dan Hotka
Tim DelChiaro Article
5 Oct Auto Replace in Rapid SQL by Dan Hotka
Guest blog post from Dan Hotka
Tim DelChiaro Article
23 Sep SQL Syntax in Rapid SQL
Guest blog post from Dan Hotka, Oracle ACE
Tim DelChiaro Article
22 Sep Embarcadero Webinars Tackle Big Data Challenges and Examine Productivity Tools for DBMS Platforms
Oracle ACE Director Dan Hotka and Production DBA Tim Radney join Embarcadero's DBA Evangelist Scott Walz to share insights with DBAs, data architects and SQL developers
Tim DelChiaro Press Release
22 Sep Modernizing with Multi-Device Development Drives Record Sales Growth for Embarcadero Technologies’ RAD Studio Product Line
RAD Studio XE7 generates rave reviews from customers, positioning the software development platform for continued market success
Tim DelChiaro Press Release
22 Sep Tips Developers Must Know Reading Query Plans
Guest post by Pinal Dave
Tim DelChiaro Article
19 Sep Solution for the EditorLineends.ttr issue
IDE will not start due to error Cannot create ...EditorLineends.ttr
Peter Manning Contributed Article
12 Sep Performance Improvements with SQL Server 2014
In this article we will talk about a feature which allows a developer to see query plan in the run time of the query
Tim DelChiaro Article
12 Sep RAD Studio XE7 What's New Webinar
Register now for the webinar and see what's new in RAD Studio XE7, Delphi XE7 and C++Builder XE7
Tim DelChiaro Article
12 Sep Rapid SQL Code Templates
Blog post by Dan Hotka
Tim DelChiaro Article
 

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