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Tag Archives: borcon 2004
Delphi Tips and Techniques by Brian Long Foundations of Service-Oriented Architectures by Kenneth Faw Session #1: Many of us start a day with session which became classic of BorCon â€“ Delphi Tips and Techniques by Brian Long. I think everybody … Continue reading
From a variety of sessions Iâ€™ve choose two: Microsoft .net Framework Security by Steve Teixeira XML in Microsoft .Net Framework by Robert Love Bellow is a little about first I think it was a great session. Yes, there is not … Continue reading
Ok, there we go … First day – preconference sessions My alarm clock died today, so I was just in time for the first session. We was late last night so I wasn’t be able to register so I did … Continue reading
Borland offers guest passes. I did use this option last year, it was great. I was able to visit exhibitors buffs, keynote presentations. Also I was able to use computer lab and get PostConference CD Information for this year conference: … Continue reading
When you do not live near a location for the conference it is usual question where to stay during 3-5 days while attending conference. From BorCon 2004 website here we can find information about City of San Jose, driving directions … Continue reading
It is not per-se related to BorCon, but… Something very exciting going on lately at Borland. There is information available for public about what actually happened behind Borlandâ€™s doors. Some comments about Corporate Roadmap meeting (Aug, 16-18 2004) By Danny … Continue reading
I’ve had a great conversation with Borland folks today. It is official (as of 08/11/2004) – Borland will offer 66% discount on Delphi upgrade. It is still Delphi 8, but with Software Assurance it will cover upcoming Delphi 9. Also … Continue reading