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David Intersimone
18 Jan 2000 Foundations in Database Development with Delphi and C++Builder by Cary Jensen
Delphi and C++Builder are the best tools on the market for creating Windows-based database applications. This presentation provides an introduction to the basic techniques for building database applications using Delphi or C++Builder.
David Intersimone Article
18 Jan 2000 VCL++: Applying the Power of the VCL to C++ by Randy Haben
This article describes how C++ developers can take advantage of language extensions and innovations originally created for Delphi.
David Intersimone Article
18 Jan 2000 Creating multi-tier information systems using MIDAS by Natalia Elmanova
Using MIDAS is a very effective way to solve many problems with data access maintenance in client/server systems. Multi-tier systems with MIDAS are easy to configure, maintain, and upgrade.
David Intersimone Article
15 Dec 1999 Richard Stallman: The Coder
Richard Stallman, the father of free software, visited the offices of LinuxCare. In an interview, Richard talks about the history of the Free Software Foundation and the future of GNU development.
David Intersimone Article
7 Dec 1999 A Sip From The Firehose: Dec. 7, 1999 - A Whole Lotta Linux Going On
There's a lot of buzz about Linux. At Inprise/Borland, it's more than just buzz. We are totally committed to Linux.
David Intersimone Article
6 Dec 1999 Quick Data Sorts - Using ClientDataSet to Order Data
This article demonstrates a better way to sort your data on the client side without having to re-fetch the data from the database. The article explains how to use the index features of ClientDataSet to sort your data on the client side.
David Intersimone Article
9 Nov 1999 Advanced Object Management Using Inprise AppCenter
To be successful in business today requires highly reliable applications. AppCenter enables you to manage these complex applications delivering reliability your e-business customers demand.
David Intersimone Article
8 Nov 1999 C++ Patterns and Trees: Separating Knowledge
by Ruurd Pels
David Intersimone Article
8 Nov 1999 C++ Structured Exception Handling
by Ruurd Pels
David Intersimone Article
5 Nov 1999 Pseudo-Incremental Linking for C/C++
Avoiding the headaches of long compile/link/run cycles by William A. Hoffman and Rupert W. Curwen, Dr. Dobb's Journal October 1999
David Intersimone Article
5 Nov 1999 Creating Custom Components Part I: New Defaults for Native Components
By Neal Ford, CBuilderMag.com
David Intersimone Article
12 Aug 1998 Introduction to CORBA using C++Builder and VisiBroker
This paper shows you how to use C++Builder and VisiBroker to build distributed object applications. It will cover what CORBA is, how it works, and the steps for building a CORBA based application.
David Intersimone Article
31 Mar 1998 A Sip From The Firehose: Tuesday, March 31, 1998
C++Builder 3 - A Customer and Orders Master Detail Web Server Application
David Intersimone Article
20 Mar 1998 A Sip From The Firehose: Friday, March 20, 1998
C++ Programmers - Two Faces, One Language
David Intersimone Article
6 Jan 1997 A Sip From The Firehose: January 6, 1997
Happy New Year!
David Intersimone Article
30 Sep 1996 A Sip From The Firehose: Monday, September 30, 1996
Make Big Bucks writing Web Server extension DLLs— A few strcats is all you need!
David Intersimone Article
25 Jun 1996 A Sip From The Firehose: June 25, 1996
If it isn't on the Web, it doesn't exist!
David Intersimone Article
 
Cary Jensen
19 Jan 2010 New White Paper: Delphi Unicode Migration for Mere Mortals
Whether you are in the early planning stages for migrating an existing application to Unicode-enabled RAD Studio, or in the midst of the process, Delphi Unicode Migration for Mere Mortals can help. Written with input from many of the leaders in the RAD Studio community, this white paper provides you with valuable techniques and advice that will smooth the way.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
28 Nov 2006 Borland Developer Studio 2006 Reviewer's Guide
The Complete Windows Development Solution
Cary Jensen White Paper
10 Mar 2003 Nesting DataSets in ClientDataSets
Like the name suggests, a nested dataset is a dataset within a dataset. By nesting one dataset inside another, you can reduce your overall storage needs, increase the efficiency of network communications, and simplify data operations.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article

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