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Archive for August, 2006

Shhhh…. It’s vewy, vewy, qwiet awound here… eheheheheh!

OK.. OK.. OK.. I know I’ve not been as active lately on blogging.  I’ve been kinda waiting for certain, ahem, events to go down so I’d be able to really talk about that big bag of beans that just got spilled.  However, there’s been some non-spin-off related news that I should really point out.  Our [...]

Posted by Allen Bauer on August 23rd, 2006 under Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

Some really good press amidst all the Turbo-mania…

This article on FTPOnline, Borland Brings Back Turbo has a very insightful statement: "For those who might have been worried that Borland’s spin-off of the developer tools to a separate company (whose name is still yet to be announced) might herald a sunset of minimum additional development and maximum milking of customers, this announcement [...]

Posted by Allen Bauer on August 8th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 23 Comments »

The Adventures of TurboMan - Part 1

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Posted by Allen Bauer on August 8th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 7 Comments »

More Turbo stuff…

Go Digg this article ComputerWorld Australia: Borland Revives ‘Turbo’ for developer tools Long-time Turbo Pascal and Delphi supporter, columnist, and book author, Neil J. Rubenking: New Borland Line Salutes Turbo Pascal Spirit The Official Press Release: Borland’s Developer Tools Group Announces Plans to Rev Up Classic Turbo(tm) Update 1: Even Slashdot is getting into the fray: Borland [...]

Posted by Allen Bauer on August 8th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 2 Comments »

They’re baaaack…

Yep.  The rumors are actually true.  There will be "Turbo" versions of Delphi, Delphi for .NET, C++, and C#.  You can read some information here about it:,1895,2000205,00.asp and here: Yes, there will be free versions of the Turbo’s.  They’re the Explorer editions.  Go to to get information and news about the availability [...]

Posted by Allen Bauer on August 7th, 2006 under Uncategorized | 35 Comments »

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