The last meetings of the Programmers' SIG were about C#, and now it turns out you can develop iPad, iPhone and Android mobile apps with it. The tool is called Xamarin.
The "news" is that this new tool kit is available during August as a...
I am just an observer, but this caught my eye, When I did Delphi programming, my relational database of choice was Interbase.
Infoworld says at least some versions of interbase have a backdoor, engineered in:
Sorry to see the Programmers' SIG retire, but there's a "final offer"
You can upgrade from _any_ paid version of Delphi, especially Delphi Pro, to the Delphi XE5 studio for $550, and add the iOs/Android development tools for another $300...
Inactivity is a clue to disinterest. It looks like the Programmers' SIG is going to retire.
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Delphi, in it's XE4 version, is not only a cross platform tool, but it also offers a way to develop for Apple's iOS, that is the iPhone and the iPad.
It is also easy to find out how it does all that, and whether it works for you by...
This is to welcome the DC chapter of the Professional Association for SQL-Server, now a provisional Special Interest Group at CPCUG. You can visit their website here, and at http://passdc.sqlpass.org/....