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8 Oct 2005 BDNtv: Overview of C++Builder in Borland Developer Studio 2006
Watch this brief introduction of some of the major new features in C++Builder 2006
John Kaster Video
21 Sep 2005 The Tao of the Lone Wolf Developer - Part II
When we plan for software evolution, we need not fear product revolution. Using the concepts described in this paper, you can begin to design your business products so that they will be better able to quickly adapt to marketing challenges.
Randall Nagy Contributed Article
14 Sep 2005 Content Sucking using FTP - A Neat Odd Job
We all have those neat odd jobs laying about our project. Things that you would like to develop, but you simply do not have the time. This article reviews how to use an open toolset dedicated to rapidly creating platform independent tools.
Randall Nagy Contributed Article
14 Sep 2005 The Tao of the Lone Wolf Developer
Unlike enterprise R&D activities, lone developers and smaller software companies need to streamline their development process. This article describes a lightweight methodology that has helped the author deliver his 5-star products quickly.
Randall Nagy Contributed Article
30 Aug 2005 Interview with Ken de Camargo, Jr.
Medical doctor and C++ programmer Ken de Camargo Jr. talks about Rio de Janeiro, his freeware utilities, probabilistic record linkage, squash, and Brazilian barbecue.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
8 Mar 2005 Computerworld - Steps for writing trusted applications
This article discusses using hardware to combat threats against computers using the open specification created by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG).
David Intersimone Article
1 Mar 2005 developer.* - Code as Design: Three Essays by Jack W. Reeves
developer.* Magazine republishes three essays by Jack W. Reeves (from 1992) discussing how programming is fundamentally a design activity and that the only final and true representation of "the design" is the source code itself.
David Intersimone Article
1 Feb 2005 BDNradio: The future of C++Builder with Eli Boling
Read the chat log and listen to the live audio interview with Eli Boling
John Kaster Video
8 Sep 2004 CppUnit Tests with C++BuilderX
A simple example of how to install CppUnit and create unit tests using C++BuilderX.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
8 Sep 2004 Boost Unit Testing with C++BuilderX
A short article describing the steps necessary to get Boost unit testing up and running under C++BuilderX
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
12 Jan 2004 Code Profiling with Non-Breaking Breakpoints by Jim McKeeth
Sometimes it is nice to know how long a specific piece of code takes to execute. The Borland IDE actually provides a means to accomplish this using non-breaking breakpoints and the event log.
Jim McKeeth Contributed Article
10 Jan 2004 A Generic Data Process Pipeline Library
This article introduces a generic data process pipeline library based on Loki library's typelist technique.
Danny Wang Contributed Article
18 Aug 2003 Simple Programming Tip #3 by Charlie Calvert
Learn how refactoring can help you create robust and easy to maintain programs.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
15 Jul 2003 Interview with Bruce Eckel by Clay Shannon
OOP guru Bruce Eckel talks about his initial skepticism about C# (but now calls it "a better Java"), wishes Borland would create a Python IDE, explains why he's suspicious of Mono, and asks us to click the wombat.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
6 Jun 2003 Simple Programming Tip #2 by Charlie Calvert
A discussion of benefits to be derived from using testing tools such as JUnit, DUnit, NUnit or CppUnit. The heart of the argument is that such tools encourage programmers to create highly modular, reusable classes that are easy to maintain.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
28 May 2003 Interview with Steve McConnell by Clay Shannon
Steve McConnell, the author of several important programming books, such as "Code Complete", "Rapid Development", "Software Project Survival Guide", and "After the Gold Rush", answers questions about his current projects
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
23 May 2003 This Old Pipe
Few appreciate how much modern computing relies upon pipes and streams. This article reviews how to apply these elegant IPC mechanisms to your console and GUI applications!
Randall Nagy Contributed Article
23 May 2003 Interview with Ray Lischner
Ray Lischner talks about his books, how he backed into programming, his keyboard deafness, the extent of his multilingualism, C#, his predictions for a post-.NET Borland, and what he's currently working on.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
1 May 2003 Simple Programming Tip #1 by Charlie Calvert
This article contains the explication of a simple programming tip that can be read in a few minutes: Avoid writing code that does anything substantial inside a visual container. Instead, create separate classes for your working code.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
10 Apr 2003 An Overview of Compiling and Linking
An overview of the compiling and linking process covering include files, object files, libraries, DLL's, import libraries, static linking, dynamic linking, implicit linking and explicit linking
Edward Mulroy Contributed Article

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