DeXtrous Delphi with DavidI

Borland roadmap explained

So that's why Delphi and C++ Builder still support Win 32 while Borland moves forward to .Net, with Borland taking a more pragmatic approach than Microsoft, say, about moving its customers onto .Net 2.0. DavidI, genuinely we think, appreciates that Borland still has productive customers on Win32, but Borland, it seems to us, can't afford to let up on reminding its customers that it really loves them and demonstrating the practicalities of this.

Delphi 2006, C++Builder 2006 and C#Builder 2006, which make up Borland Developer Studio, are available for pre-order between October 17 and December 2005, with shipments scheduled for early December (Customers pre-ordering are entitled to a 15 per cent discount). ®

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