Archive for June, 2004

Borland Accelerates Success of State of Geneva

Friday, June 18th, 2004

Pretty cool case study. Tim Del Chiaro just posted this on the BDN.

"The State of Geneva’s Information Technologies Centre (CTI) has selected J2EE and Borland for all future local government development projects."

“The ease of implementation of the Borland Enterprise Server solution, its standards compliance, open infrastructure (CORBA) and excellent JBuilder integration gave it the edge.”

Case Study - Borland Accelerates Success of State of Geneva

First post

Thursday, June 17th, 2004

Well, first post exclusively to this blog. And using w.bloggar!

w.bloggar rules - I’ve used it for 3-4 months now. Awesome tool!

TeamB bloggers

Thursday, June 17th, 2004

It’s all over now. TeamB unleashing their blogs on the world!

TeamB blogs

Enjoy people!

Delphi 8 help as PDF

Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

The Delphi 8 help file is now available as PDF to registered users.

BDN article

Enjoy!

Scott Bellware blogs about Borland presentation in Austin

Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

"Chris Patterson from Borland gave a presentation at the Austin .NET User Group last night. I must say, I’m thoroughly impressed."

"I’m simply blown away with how much value Borland is delivering with this release."

"Thanks Borland! You guys really get it!"

Scott’s blog (a must read)

Thanks for having us, Scott!

Don’t talk to strangers

Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

Cell phone virus? Yep, the first one is out. At least it won’t spread to far, only about 30 feet at a time. To get infected you have to have a cell phone running the Symbian OS and have BlueTooth on, and be foolish enough to accept an incoming transmission that you didn’t initiate. Noone would ever do that, right?

CRN article

My own speculation goes like this… When these things get really intelligent they’ll be infecting your camera phones over the cell networks and be keeping an eye on everything through your own lens. Talk about Big Brother…

One more spammer down

Wednesday, June 16th, 2004

"Head has shut down his operation, called Gold Disk Canada, and become a drummer in a rock band."

Well, at least I won’t hear his noise…

CRN article

Borland to Present at Bear Stearns 15th Annual Technology Conference

Friday, June 11th, 2004

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 10, 2004–Borland Software Corporation (Nasdaq:BORL - News) today announced that President and Chief Executive Officer, Dale L. Fuller, and Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Kenneth R. Hahn, are scheduled to deliver a presentation on behalf of the company at the Bear Stearns 15th Annual Technology Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York, NY. The presentation is scheduled for 1:45 PM Eastern Time, on Tuesday, June 15, 2004.

Press Release

A picture is worth more than a billion words

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

A little background: A buddy of Loren Hudziak’s (a Borland employee) is a Navy pilot and was flying Tomcats off the Constellation when it was in the Gulf. Loren sent him a care package, and in it was one of the Made in Borland stickers. This is what he sent back. Just an FYI, though: That’s not a Tomcat. It’s the new F-18A Super Hornet. Be sure to click on the image for the full impressive view.

Delphi 7.1 update has been fixed

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

The persistent field issue has been fixed.

BDN article

Happy downloading!


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