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I’ve moved this blog to a separate server and domain, mainly to ensure it’s content is preserved and under my control. You should update your subscriptions to point to: therealoracleatdelphi.com.
I’m certain that some links and images didn’t quite survive the move, but most of the more recent posts seem OK. A lot of comments also [...]
After thouroughly reading this article about How To Keep Hostile Jerks From Taking Over Your Online Community from the other day and having some time to really think about it, I’m beginning to rethink a few things. First of all I want CodeGear’s online community presence to be as comfortable and inviting both for our loyal [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on May 18th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 12 Comments »
How To Keep Hostile Jerks From Taking Over Your Online Community. Interesting. I guess it’s like buying a new car. Before you bought it, you hardly ever saw another one, but as soon as you drive off the lot, it seems like on every street corner there is another one just like yours. Along the [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on May 16th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 6 Comments »
Why aren’t the so-called “fanboys” taken seriously? Why is it always assumed that a “fanboy” is a blindly faithful, shill or troll? With all the hype and press around Ruby and Rails, wouldn’t you classify these folks as “fanboys?” No? So if you’re an early adopter of anything new, you’re on the bleading edge, but [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on May 16th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 11 Comments »
During the development of C++Builder 2007 after the release of Delphi 2007, a lot has been happening. We’ve been getting a lot of excellent feedback on how our drive to increase quality and stability has been going. If you haven’t tried Delphi 2007, I think it is worth your time to check it out. One thing [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on May 16th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 6 Comments »
This probably seems like a stupid question to ask. It’s like a teacher asking all those not present to please raise their hands. Aside from that mythical programmer living in a cardboard hut in East Botswana (appologies to anyone who actually live there…) with some strange bastardised bicycle generator device powering their all night binge programming session, I’d say that [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on May 15th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 26 Comments »
Just some links to some news: New C++ IDE from CodeGear™ Brings Rapid Application Development to Windows Vista CodeGear™ Unveils First IDE for Agile Ruby on Rails Web 2.0 Development CodeGear shines up Ruby on Rails tool CodeGear goes Ruby on Rails route Allen Bauer on CodeGear, Dynamic Languages and Delphi
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Steve Trefethen has been posting some great information about our use of the Subversion source code control system and Cruisecontrol.NET. One thing that I’ve noticed is that over the years version control systems are becoming more and more sophisticated and have finally begun to realized that version control is not just about files. It is [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on April 30th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 19 Comments »
Do you want to help test the next version of C++Builder? If so, we need your feedback. Go here to apply to be a C++Builder field-tester.
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Evening dinners with colleagues and friends is always a great opportunity to just get to know each other and to more informally discuss some of the issues and concerns of the day. Last night was such a dinner. What made this dinner more special what that CodeGear advisor and former CEO, Ben Smith was present. [...]Posted by Allen Bauer on April 20th, 2007 under Uncategorized | 8 Comments »