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November 2006

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JAX Asia Conference in Singapore

Malcolm Groves – I've spent the last two days at the JAX Asia Conference in Singapore. I presented a session on JBuilder 2007 twice and spent a bunch of time talking to attendees in the hallway and over meal breaks about what they were working on. CodeGear was a common discussion point, as was the "double whammy" of ...
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JAX Asia Conference in Singapore

Malcolm Groves – I've spent the last two days at the JAX Asia Conference in Singapore. I presented a session on JBuilder 2007 twice and spent a bunch of time talking to attendees in the hallway and over meal breaks about what they were working on. CodeGear was a common discussion point, as was the "double whammy" of ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-11-29 17:43

September 2006

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Think about it. Have you seen David I and Chewbacca in the same room?

Malcolm Groves – I've just uploaded another old Borland movie to YouTube. The latest one is the "Star Wars" parody from the 97 Borland Conference. Expecially interesting as it features Del Yokam, who was one of the key people behind the whole Inprise name change. Also worth watching for David's ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-09-04 19:00
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Think about it. Have you seen David I and Chewbacca in the same room?

Malcolm Groves – I've just uploaded another old Borland movie to YouTube. The latest one is the "Star Wars" parody from the 97 Borland Conference. Expecially interesting as it features Del Yokam, who was one of the key people behind the whole Inprise name change. Also worth watching for David's ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-09-04 19:00

August 2006

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ADUG Marches North

Malcolm Groves – For anyone living on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia there is a new ADUG (Australian Delphi User Group) chapter starting up. ADUG already have chapters in Adelaide, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, and this new group, meeting in Buderim, will kick off with Glenn ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-08-01 20:27
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ADUG Marches North

Malcolm Groves – For anyone living on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia there is a new ADUG (Australian Delphi User Group) chapter starting up. ADUG already have chapters in Adelaide, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, and this new group, meeting in Buderim, will kick off with Glenn ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-08-01 20:27

July 2006

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Terence Chow is now blogging.

Malcolm Groves – Just wanted to let some of our Chinese readers know that Terence Chow, one of our Chinese Devco Evangelists (based in Hong Kong), is now blogging. His blog, in Simplified Chinese, is available here Update: Link above changed to one visible in China.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-07-11 14:28
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Terence Chow is now blogging.

Malcolm Groves – Just wanted to let some of our Chinese readers know that Terence Chow, one of our Chinese Devco Evangelists (based in Hong Kong), is now blogging. His blog, in Simplified Chinese, is available here
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-07-11 14:28

May 2006

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ADUG Symposium in Melbourne and Adelaide

Malcolm Groves – The Australian Delphi Users Group have been holding yearly Symposia since 1999 (I remember as I had to catch an early flight back from the first one to get married the next day), and the lineup just gets better every year. This year it'll be in Melbourne and Adelaide, and the sessions include: How ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 18:37
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ADUG Symposium in Melbourne and Adelaide

Malcolm Groves – The Australian Delphi Users Group have been holding yearly Symposia since 1999 (I remember as I had to catch an early flight back from the first one to get married the next day), and the lineup just gets better every year. This year it'll be in Melbourne and Adelaide, and the sessions include: How ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 18:37
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One Night in Bangkok

Malcolm Groves – Well, more like afternoon I guess. The Devco Roadshow hit Thailand recently, and nearly two hundred local customers came to listen to news of the divestiture, hear about the roadmaps for Delphi, JBuilder and Interbase, and of course to see some demos of JBuilder 2006 and BDS 2006.  On the left ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 18:18
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One Night in Bangkok

Malcolm Groves – Well, more like afternoon I guess. The Devco Roadshow hit Thailand recently, and nearly two hundred local customers came to listen to news of the divestiture, hear about the roadmaps for Delphi, JBuilder and Interbase, and of course to see some demos of JBuilder 2006 and BDS 2006.  On the left ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 18:18
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DevCo Roadshow hits China

Malcolm Groves – Jason and David have been doing a great job out and about in Europe spreading the Devco word, now it's APAC's turn. Gordon Li has hit the road in China, and has already done events in Xiamen and GuangZu. There are details and some more photos over at his blog, but I've linked to a few of the photos ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 13:56
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DevCo Roadshow hits China

Malcolm Groves – Jason and David have been doing a great job out and about in Europe spreading the Devco word, now it's APAC's turn. Gordon Li has hit the road in China, and has already done events in Xiamen and GuangZu. There are details and some more photos over at his blog, but I've linked to a few of the photos ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-05-29 13:56

March 2006

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BDS2006 in China

Malcolm Groves – Gordon Li (Li Wei) has been visiting a bunch of cities in China promoting BDS2006, including ChongQuing, Xi'An, ShengZeng and DongGuang. He's blogged about it (in Traditional Chinese) along with photos here. Gordon is a bit of a rock star in Taiwan and China. He's published more than 10 books ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Malcolm Groves @ 2006-03-29 17:14
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