InterBase Community

Welcome to the InterBase Community!

Hi, I'm David Intersimone "David I", Borland's Vice President of Developer Relations and Chief Evangelist. Welcome to the Borland Developer Network (BDN).

Borland is celebrating its 20th year in business. Throughout the year we'll be celebrating that, at Borland, "Excellence Endures". InterBase is a product that embodies this idea. It's innovative technology, rock solid reliability, and high performance has earned it a rabid following of developers and users around the world.

Borland provides a wide variety of information to help developers achieve their goals with InterBase. These include white papers by the InterBase engineering staff, papers contributed by customers and speakers from Borland Conferences, TI's with step-by-step tutorials, hundreds and hundreds of FAQs, and much more...

  • Use this optimized search of the InterBase community in the Borland Developer Network web site to help locate the information you need
  • Join InterBase newsgroups to get help from the user community

Articles

Sort by: Page 2 of 63 | Previous | 1 2 3 4 5 ... 63 | Next
DateTitleAuthorType
20 Sep 2000 Coldfusion CFX Tags for InterBase
Article by By Kevin Groves, July 2000
Quinn Wildman Article
29 Sep 2000 Borland Community News - September 29, 2000
This article contains the bi-weekly email newsletter that was sent to requesting members of the Borland Developer Community.
David Intersimone Article
10 Oct 2000 Today's tech news
Computer-industry headlines from iSyndicate.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
11 Oct 2000 Almanac: 11 October 2000
Muppets choose Linux. Jackson unlikely to preside over Microsoft appeal. Silicon Valley infrastructure strained by high-tech growth. Super-options shield employees from taxes. Turning up the heat under Plan 9 and Inferno. Stallman makes a GNU case.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
12 Oct 2000 Almanac: 12 October 2000
Founder of open source movement speaks. In the trenches with Loki. Proof of concept for Bazaar model. Mozilla as a way of life. Linux Standard Base takes a step forward. Privacy expert monitors net. Revolution? What revolution?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Oct 2000 Almanac: 13 October 2000
SDMI watermark scheme cracked. Behind the Microsoft-Corel deal. E-mail attachments considered harmful. Cost-cutting not the path to profits. Silicon Valley a mecca no longer. Andy Grove says the party is over.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Oct 2000 Borland Community News - October 13, 2000
This article contains the bi-weekly email newsletter that was sent to requesting members of the Borland Developer Community.
David Intersimone Article
16 Oct 2000 Almanac: 16 October 2000
Cars get smarter. Activist joins ICANN. HP buys historic garage. Congress mulls Web-filter mandate. Patch offered for IE security hole.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
17 Oct 2000 Almanac: 17 October 2000
Has Linux been too successful? Home networking is next killer app. Linux in the enterprise. Python 2.0 released. SDMI watermarks intact? Latest UI breakthrough: scent.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
18 Oct 2000 Almanac: 18 October 2000
Who's #1 in Linux? Security, privacy trade-offs. Candidates drawn into Napster debate. Experience, wisdom considered harmful.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
19 Oct 2000 Almanac: 19 October 2000
Justifying a Delphi decision. Closing the digital divide. Congressional panel says no to Web filters. Internet salary survey. Dvorak tries on high-tech glasses.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
20 Oct 2000 Almanac: 20 October 2000
Corporate investments in Linux. Love for sale. Oracle pulls plug on Netware support. Tech industry out of ideas? Cyber-crime treaty meets criticism. SDMI brouhaha continues. Test-driving JRun Studio. Hacker's guide to OpenOffice.
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 Oct 2000 Online interview with Dale Fuller
Inprise/Borland CEO Dale Fuller appears in an online video interview on Silicon.com.
David Intersimone 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 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
27 Oct 2000 More Geek Humor
The newsgroups are a never-ending fount of humorous links and diversions for software developers who are working too hard. Here you will find links that explain what Help Desk support is all about, including a streaming video.
John Kaster 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

Server Response from: ETNASC03