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Embarcadero Blog Posts - translated from Russian….

To read some of the wonderful Russian language FireMonkey and programming blog posts by our Embarcadero Russia R&D and Sales team membeers, you can use the Google translation facility.  Here are some of the recent blog posts you can read in English using Google translate:

Part 1. The development of components for FMX 2.0. Overview of the architecture. The first approximation - Yaroslav Brovin

Part 2. The development of components for FMX 2.0. Button with a picture - Yaroslav Brovin

Trends at the intersection of 2012 - 2013 - Vsevolod Leonov

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  1. Jack Johnson | January 1, 2013 at 5:57 am | Permalink

    Ummmm. Yeah. I assume you have employees who speak both Russian and English - why not pay them to translate so your English-speaking customers don’t get brain-bleeds reading the Google-generated text?

    I’ve been hoping Embarcadero would provide translations; frankly, this is pretty disappointing. I’d understand this from a FOSS project, but not from a for-profit, world-wide company that just raised its prices…

    Happy New Year anyway!

    – Jack

  2. David Intersimone | January 1, 2013 at 9:28 am | Permalink

    Jack - first, Happy New Year. You are right that we need to do more to make sure we have translated articles and blog post. In my quick blog post I was just trying to make it easy for everyone to see a couple of the recent blog post titles and inside the articles to understand the context of the text - the code speaks for itself. We do have Russian/English speaking employees like Vsevolod Leonov (who posts some articles in English and some in Russian). I continue to ask his help but at the same time, our employees are doing a lot of other work to help every customer. We have to do better, and with the new year, we will continue to strive to do more. Thanks.

  3. himself | January 4, 2013 at 2:07 am | Permalink

    Nice. I’m just curious, what does your Russian division do? Do they actually develop parts of Delphi or just advertise it to a local market?

  4. David Intersimone | January 8, 2013 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

    Himself - we have offices in Russia for selling (in Moscow) and for R&D (St. Petersburg).

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