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July 18-19: CodeGear European Web Seminar Developer Days

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 7/9/2007 4:09:00 PM (GMT+1)

On July 18 and 19, 2007, CodeGear Europe will be holding a free 2-day web seminar event offering several technical sessions on Delphi, C++Builder, Delphi for PHP and even a Ruby IDE sneak peak. I will be performing a session on Tracing/Debugging/Testing Win32 Web Services using Delphi 2007 myself on Thursday morning.



Francisco Benavides 07/07/09 19:37:46I was about to purchase C++ Builder 2007 when I found out that there was an additional amount of money I had to pay to have access to only 12 months of updates..... What does it mean ? If they don't make any update during those 12 months, I paid for nothing ? I'd like some feedback of you people who have already bought these new code gear development tools.... Thank you
Stuart Kelly 07/07/09 22:15:36Hi Francisco, It depends on whether you buy the product or studio level software assurance (SA). If you buy product level SA, you will receive a copy of every version of C++Builder that is released during the SA period. The next version is C++Builder "Barracuda" on the road map. The studio level gives you releases for all studio languages C++/Delphi Win 32/Delphi .Net/C#. So you will get Highlander when it is released. If you need Delphi and C++Builder go for studio level. I admit it is a gamble but it should be cheaper than paying the upgrade price for every release. You just need to renew your SA annually. Cheers Stu
Bob Swart 07/07/09 22:35:29Francisco: to add to what Stuart says, I believe we should see the SA as a subscription. If you renew every year, then you will get every new update and upgrade in that period. This is good for you (you only have a fixed price to pay for 12 months, and will get all tools in the SA subscription - product or studio), and it's good for CodeGear (they have a certain amount of income that they can use to invest in new developments, which in the end is good for all users again). SA is cheaper than buying every version (or even every other version), and it results in much more reliable and secure chain of updates and upgrades (and a more steady stream of revenue for CodeGear). I'm all for it!
Bob Swart 07/07/10 22:00:34All sessions are free, but you need to register at
Bob Swart 07/07/17 20:28:04Registration only works using IE6 it seems, since InterWise doesn't support IE7, FireFox (or Windows Vista for that matter). I hope this doesn't prevent too many people from attending anyway...

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