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Clay Shannon
18 Jul 2003 C#Builder and InterBase ADO.NET Tutorial by Clay Shannon
Create a simple ADO.NET app with a parameterized query using C#Builder and InterBase
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15 Jul 2003 Interview with Cary Jensen by Clay Shannon
Trainer/author/BorCon Advisory Board member Cary Jensen talks about his hair, his books, JBuilder, psychology, .NET data sets, and predicts fun surprises at BorCon this coming November in San Jose.
Clay Shannon 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
15 Jul 2003 C#Builder WinForm Application Development Tutorial by Clay Shannon
Learn how to build a simple .RTF viewer with C#Builder in this short introductory article that touches on the C#Builder IDE, escaping strings, and Wacky Warble McGorkle.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
13 Jul 2003 Interview with Xavier Pacheco by Clay Shannon
X[avier] Pacheco refuses to mention the product he is working on and talks about the barbarians of Borland, a new book he's working on about distributred development using Delphi and Web-Services, and his basketball prowess.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
11 Jul 2003 Interview with Marco Cantu by Clay Shannon
Author and trainer Marco Cantu tells us about the 15th century house in which he lives, encourages people to turn off their televisions, praises Stupid White Men (the book, not obtuse caucasians) and, of course, talks about programming.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
11 Jul 2003 Interview with Scott Ambler by Clay Shannon
Author/consultant/trainer Scott Ambler talks about Agile Modeling, eXtreme Programming, silver bullets, embracing change, virtually clueless high school guidance counsellors, and what he'll be doing at BorCon this year.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
11 Jul 2003 Interview with Ray Konopka by Clay Shannon
Ray Konopka talks about the mechanics of the Borland Conference advisory board, his work on Code Site for .NET, the great BorCon pizza thread time slice demonstration, his High School record in Track and Field, and Octane
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Clay Shannon
10 Jul 2003 QualityCentral - helping Borland help you
In his August 2003 Delphi Informant Magazine article, Clay Shannon writes about the BDN QualityCentral system.
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Clay Shannon
16 Jun 2003 Disseminating Your Software
The difference between deployment and dissemination of software is discussed, as is the relative merits of hosting your own software or outsourcing that chore. DIY vs. outsourcing is also examined relative to the processing of payments.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
16 Jun 2003 Interview with Chad "Kudzu" Hower by Clay Shannon
Chad "Kudzu" Hower, prime mover behind Indy and IntraWeb, talks about the future of Delphi, what he thinks of .NET, how to bring about world peace, why he rarely reads computer books, and other things.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
9 Jun 2003 Are We Not Geeks?
Why is programming the least understood of all professions? There is a conspiracy to defame us! Hollywood and Madison Avenue don't want us to come out from behind our cubicle walls. A tongue-in-cheek take on how programmes are viewed.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
30 May 2003 Interview with Jon Shemitz by Clay Shannon
Kylix author Jon Shemitz tells why he likes Windows better than Linux, talks about the advantages of .NET, why he wouldn't recommend a career in software to "geeky kids", and sci-fi books.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
28 May 2003 Get Your Delphi Apps off to a Fast Start by Clay Shannon
Explains how and why you should create a template project. This can save you a lot of time whenever you begin a new Delphi project, as the normal "setup work" you do will already be done--setting properties, adding forms and units, etc.
Clay Shannon 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 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
20 May 2003 Interview with Jeff Duntemann by Clay Shannon
Jeff Duntemann tells about his experiences working for Borland, writing and editing for Coriolis and Visual Developer, a rigged programming contest he participated in vs. Bill Gates, what he does everywhere, and what he's been up to lately.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
15 May 2003 Interview with Steve Teixeira by Clay Shannon
Interview with Steve Teixeira, co-author of the classic "Delphi X Developer's Guide" (along with Xavier Pacheco). Among other things, Steve tells about his days at Borland, how the tome mentioned above came about, and "geek" practical jokes
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
28 Nov 2001 Mining Delphi's demo programs
Precious nuggets of elegant code are to be found in the free source code on your Delphi CD. By Clay Shannon.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
20 Nov 2001 Hungarian peanut butter
Introduces and explains Hungarian notation, and proposes an Object Pascal-specific variant thereof. By Clay Shannon.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article

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