10/28/2012 5:21:54 AM #
There is more activity in general concerning Delphi and EMB products. This is a vital sign on one hand and vital on the other hand especially in Europe.
Think, Delphi XE3 is here and a few moments later Boian provided his superb stuff for XE3 and of course for VS. I see it as a favorable offering allowing the C# community to participate.
Reminds me of Wordstar, I think or Starwriter, don't remember exactly in the last days of ASCII based word processors starting with graphics mode. Built in games and a radio show. People called the support line in order to listen to the radio show.
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10/28/2012 6:49:03 AM #
It's nice to see more activity, these conferences are just preaching to the choir.
Instead of doing all these conferences for and by Delphi enthousiasts, they should target new developers.
Why don't they tour around universities to demonstrate cool stuff, and to hand out free copies?
Or free workshops at large software development shops that are now using other technologies?
Tour around Bangalore and persuade developers and companies to try Delphi?
10/28/2012 9:25:42 AM #
I really enjoy Quora. I receive the weekly digest of the top Q & A activity. Sometimes the topics/questions can be a little superficial, but often there are some really interesting ones with highly-detailed replies from people intimate with the subject. It can be really engrossing, especially when the person that is actually the subject of a question replies.
10/28/2012 4:34:21 PM #
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