Archive for June, 2005
In this blog post by Raymond Chen, I find it very interesting and also very comforting that they (MS) actually considers the case where their MSDN examples are going to be taken and translated to a myriad of languages beyond the world of C/C++. In fact, according to Ramond, far more people use languages other than C/C++ to [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 29th, 2005 under Uncategorized | 8 Comments »
Now that I’ve done a little catching up, and some blog reading, I noticed that Chee Wee’s blog links to mine here. OK, fine. But the link is written as Allen “The Shadow” Bauer. What’s up with that? So, Chee Wee, how’d I get that moniker? For that matter how did Danny “Thunder” Thorpe get his?
So, I’ve been a little out of it for the last couple of weeks. Two weeks ago, I was in a week long off-site (well… off-Scotts Valley-site, anyway) meeting in our Cupertino office. Then last week, I was on vacation… in Las Vegas. Now I’m back, catching up on emails, getting the [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 27th, 2005 under Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
I admit it. I’m an incorrigible optimist. In the recent announcement by Apple regarding their move to using Intel CPUs, I only saw it as a good thing for the industry. I also see it as a potential opportunity for Borland. I’ll predicate all of this with a huge dose of speculation, wishful thinking and [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 9th, 2005 under Uncategorized | 9 Comments »
Looks like the venerable Chee Wee Chua has gone from being an outsider looking in to an insider looking out. Welcome to Borland!
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