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Events

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16 AprFirst Look Webinar: RAD Studio XE6, Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE6
Web Seminar     4/16/2014 11:00 AM - 4/16/2014 12:00 PM
7 Apr
Register for the April 16 webinar to see what's new in RAD Studio XE6
19 FebiOS Application Development with C++Builder XE5 Webinar - Register Now
Web Seminar     2/19/2014 11:00 AM - 2/19/2014 12:00 PM
10 Feb
Join us February 19 See what’s new for iOS app development and new language features in C++Builder XE5
22 JanWebinar: Making the Connection: Programming Devices and Gadgets with RAD Studio
Web Seminar     1/22/2014 11:00 AM - 1/22/2014 12:00 PM
8 Jan
Register for the RAD in Action Webinar featuring Jim McKeeth and David I
25-26 FebCodeRage C++ Online Conference
Web Seminar     2/25/2014 5:00 AM - 2/26/2014 5:00 PM
2 Jan
Get ready for an amazing year of C++ app development in 2014
27-29 Sep 2013ISV Con - Reno, USA
Trade Show     9/27/2013 8:00 AM - 9/29/2013 5:00 PM
5 Jul 2013
David I keynote at the ISV Conference
17 Jul 2013RAD in Action Webinar: Get to More Devices Faster with FireMonkey
Web Seminar     7/17/2013 10:00 AM - 7/17/2013 11:00 AM
2 Jul 2013
Register for the July 17 RAD in Action Technical Webinar with Pawel Glowacki, Stephen Ball and Marco Cantu
5 Jun 2013Webinar: Critical Toolchain Considerations for Multi-Device C++ App Development
Web Seminar     6/5/2013 11:00 AM - 6/5/2013 12:30 PM
28 May 2013
One C++ Codebase, Many Devices – Make it a Reality
6 Jun 2013RAD Studio in Action Live - Toronto Canada
Live Seminar/Roadshow     6/6/2013 3:00 PM - 6/6/2013 5:00 PM
16 May 2013
Coming to Southern California and Canada in June 2013 - Sign up now!
5 Jun 2013RAD Studio in Action Live - Montreal Canada
Live Seminar/Roadshow     6/5/2013 3:00 PM - 6/5/2013 5:00 PM
16 May 2013
Coming to Southern California and Canada in June 2013 - Sign up now!
5 Jun 2013RAD Studio in Action Live - Los Angeles, California
Live Seminar/Roadshow     6/5/2013 7:00 PM - 6/5/2013 9:00 PM
16 May 2013
Coming to Southern California and Canada in June 2013 - Sign up now!

Articles

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21 Dec 2000 Almanac: 21 December 2000
Navel-gazing in the Linux community. Will banner ads keep the Internet free? Linux faces co-opting by big companies. Advocacy considered harmful.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
21 Nov 2000 Almanac: 21 November 2000
Happy birthday to the Internet. The bizarre case of the Everquest suicide. Special report: Robots in the news!
J.D. Hildebrand Article
22 Nov 2000 Almanac: 22 November 2000
Gutenberg Bible online. High-speed routers on the way. Reinventing the Internet. Anthropologists study geek culture.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
23 Nov 2000 Almanac: 23 November 2000
Happy Thanksgiving from the Borland Developer Community!
J.D. Hildebrand Article
23 Oct 2000 Almanac: 23 October 2000
Has Linux outgrown the open source community? Waiting for the Linux Standard Base. Government Web sites still using cookies. Promoting the Seti@Home model. Kids and computer overkill. The trouble with smart cars. Is your company a cult?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
24 Nov 2000 Almanac: 24 November 2000
Not much news to report today...
J.D. Hildebrand Article
24 Oct 2000 Almanac: 24 October 2000
Building the semantic Web. SDMI update. Our post-PC future. Linux community grapples with forking. Ray Kurzweil speaks. FTC to scrutinize UCITA. Filtering software flunks congressional test.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
25 Oct 2000 Almanac: 25 October 2000
ApacheCon 2000 Europe. Gnome project recruiting UI experts. Red Hat CEO stakes claim to desktop. Sun joins Microsoft forum. XML spec open to public comment. Will developers embrace OS X?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
26 Oct 2000 Almanac: 26 October 2000
Debunking the nerd stereotype. Execs forecast good times. Digital divide a snoozer. Microsoft antitrust appeal update. Impressions of Annual Linux Showcase. Linux a threat to Unix?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
27 Nov 2000 Almanac: 27 November 2000
J.D. is on the road -- in the air, actually -- today.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
27 Oct 2000 Almanac: 27 October 2000
Microsoft gets hacked. Gnome picks Nautilus. What happens when you press Del. The benefits of open source development. Is the Internet evolving into a global AI? Our peer-to-peer future. Forking considered inevitable.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
28 Nov 2000 Almanac: 28 November 2000
Constant change is here to stay. J.D. tries to wrap his tired old brain around new ideas and development models.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
29 Dec 2000 Almanac: 29 December 2000
Security a serious issue for 2001. E-mail considered harmful. Java -- not just for geeks anymore. Linux not quite ready for the desktop. And the usual nonsense from J.D.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Apr 2001 Almanac: 3 April 2001
The furor over Microsoft Passport. Gnome team releases update. A gentle warning about e-mail. And the usual nonsense from J.D.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Jan 2001 Almanac: 3 January 2001
Microsoft hit by discrimination suit. Chip makers in the er, chips. More to Linux than hyped stocks. Rethinking security. A blind date with virtual Eve.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Nov 2000 Almanac: 3 November 2000
Napster news. IBM's Small Business Suite for Linux. UCITA update. Yahoo case raises international issues.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
30 Jun 2001 Almanac: 30 June 2001
Microsoft trial update, the Smart Tags controversy, VA Linux news, and more.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
30 Oct 2000 Almanac: 30 October 2000
Open source the right medicine for doctors? Microsoft hack attack update. Use of open source software around the world.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
31 Oct 2000 Almanac: 31 October 2000
Loki founder on Linux gaming. Low-down on scripting languages. SD 2000 East keynotes. Napster outlook. The current state of distributed development teams. Big Brother knows where you are.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
4 Dec 2000 Almanac: 4 December 2000
Eazel in the news. Making money in the open source world. Highly reliable software. And all the usual nonsense.
J.D. Hildebrand Article

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