Archive for June, 2006
I usually steer clear of controversial subjects such as the notion of software patents, mainly because I am somewhat conflicted on the subject myself since I’ve filed for patents here at Borland. On one hand, one should be able to gain patent protection for a new and unique invention (or in the case of software, [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 27th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 7 Comments »
I must say that this has been a quite a week for DevCo. It started off with Nick Hodges arriving on campus, signing his offer letter, getting a new email account and ordering his new machine. It’s all good. I mean we have a new key hire… it’s been a good week so far. Then early this [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 16th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 13 Comments »
Nick’s now online on the Borland (soon to be the "DevCo") blog server. Not much content, but then again he’s only just begun! Get your RSS readers out and drop in a new bookmark. This one’s going to be a must read.
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Where do I start? I guess I’ll just blurt it out… The ever-present, Delphi champion extraordinaire, now ex-TeamB, Nick Hodges has just joined the DevCo team! Nick will be performing his duties as the Delphi Product Manager. This is an important position and one I’m sure Nick will perform in admirably. He will be responsible for [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 14th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 9 Comments »
After having seen a lot of software engineers, inspected their code, fixed their bugs and otherwise worked closely with them… I’ve determined that there a several types of software engineers. Now I’m sure a lot of you are going to bristle somewhat at the fact that I’m categorizing people. Face, we’re all categorized all the time. [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on June 2nd, 2006 under Uncategorized | 15 Comments »