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22 May 2000 On the Road Again
This is an updated schedule for travels around the world with (and without) Charlie, as Developer Relations shows the latest developments in our Linux support
John Kaster Article
18 May 2000 Fatal: No program entry point
How to resolve this error when assembling and linking assembly code.
Vincent Drake FAQ
17 May 2000 SAFEARRAYs Made Easier
This document describes the VCL template classes found in safearry.h with C++ Builder 5 and demonstrates their use to make working with SafeArrays much easier.
Andrew Ames TI
17 May 2000 Inprise/Borland and Corel terminate proposed merger
Inprise/Borland to continue to pursue increasingly successful Internet strategy.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
17 May 2000 Open Source IT: Linux vendors battle fragmentation
Free Standards Group hopes to prevent repeat of Unix wars.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
17 May 2000 Printing a TImage
This document describes how to print a TImage that contains a Bitmap at a size that you scale to.
Kevin Scardina TI
16 May 2000 Canoe: Hype is dead but Linux lives
Open source OS recaptures momentum at Linux Canada Expo.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
16 May 2000 Avoiding server side locking (including DEADLOCK)
MSSQL and Sybase servers generate locks
Quinn Wildman TI
16 May 2000 How to execute a SQL statement greater than 64K
Using DbiQExecDirect instead of a TQuery will allow a query longer than 64K
CodeGear Article
11 May 2000 EE Times: The accelerating Linux train
Red Hat's chief technology officer targets the embedded systems world.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
10 May 2000 VARBusiness: Intel gives XML a higher IQ
Smart networking products are Internet building blocks.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
10 May 2000 LinuxDevices.com: Universal networking -- the future is here
Over the next five years, everything that has anything to do with information, control, or measurement is going to be plugged into the Internet.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
10 May 2000 Does it really matter where I place my #include statements in C++ Builder?
Explanation of the #pragma hdrstop directive.
Christopher Moeller FAQ
10 May 2000 What is the function of #pragma resource "*.dfm" which appears in all newly generated applications?
Understanding the function of the #pragma resource "*.dfm" directive.
Christopher Moeller FAQ
10 May 2000 How do I verify that all of the available components are being displayed in the component palette?
Selecting individual component packages in the Project Options.
Christopher Moeller FAQ
9 May 2000 Library Paths: Environment Options vs. Project Options
Emphasizing the differences between the Environment Options' library paths, which deal with installed components, and Project Option library paths which deal with added units
Nate Lieby FAQ
9 May 2000 Infoworld: Linux standards groups combine
Linux Standard Base and Linux Internationalization Initiative join forces as Free Standards Group.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
9 May 2000 Linux Magazine: Twelve rules for a better open source project
Rules of thumb for building open source applications more reliably and enjoyably.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
8 May 2000 O'Reilly Network: Making the Palm/Linux connection
The good news is that most Linux distributions include pilot-link, a helpful serial communications library.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
8 May 2000 Government Technology News: Click to waive rights
The UCITA would redefine ownership in the Information Age.
J.D. Hildebrand Article

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