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Charlie Calvert
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
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
 
Eddie Churchill
20 Feb 2002 Microsoft ComCtrls and Delphi/C++Builder version 6
Eddie Churchill describes the pitched battle to maintain compatibility with the XP version of ComCtrls, and also discusses Themes
Eddie Churchill Article
 
David Clegg
14 Jun 2006 Introduction to the CodeCentral Web Service
Introduces the features of the new CodeCentral Web Service, and presents an Open Tool add-in which consumes it.
David Clegg Contributed Article
 
David Dean
16 Feb 2007 BCB6 Help Files now available
The Help files from BCB6 have been made available for download
David Dean Article
 
Tim DelChiaro
20 Nov Parallel Programming Library: Create Responsive Object Pascal Apps
Video replay from the CodeRage online conference
Tim DelChiaro Video
17 Nov Embarcadero RAD NewsFlash, November 2014, North America version
Latest news, info and events for RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder
Tim DelChiaro Newsletter
15 Nov Get these RAD Special Offers Until November 21, 2014
Upgrade from any version, Free Bonus Pack and Object Pascal Handbook, Free Rapid SQL
Tim DelChiaro Article
4 Nov RAD Studio XE7 Tour - 10 US Cities Added
See RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE7 live
Tim DelChiaro Article
28 Oct Developer Skill Sprints for Modernizing your VCL Apps
New Developer Skill Sprints starting on 4 November!
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
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
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
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
5 Sep Technology Advice Podcast on RAD Studio XE7 with Embarcadero's John Thomas
Software by developers, for developers building connected apps
Tim DelChiaro Article
3 Sep RAD Studio XE7 US/Canada Tour Live Next Week – Last Chance to Register
See what's new in RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE7
Tim DelChiaro Article
2 Sep Your RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder XE7 Recharge is here!
Email notification for XE6 registered users about recharging to XE7 - North America version
Tim DelChiaro eDM
2 Sep Announcing NEW RAD Studio XE7! With Introductory Offer
RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE7 are available today! - North America email
Tim DelChiaro eDM

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