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More BorCon

Tuesday, September 14, 2004 12:59 PM

More cool stuff here at BorCon. If you're not here, you're missing out, and should try to make it next year.

So far today, I've attended the ".NET Remoting with Delphi 8 and C#" session by Lino Tadros, and Corbin Dunn's "CodeDOM Delphi". Even though I was already familiar with most of the things in Lino's talk, he did give a couple of tips I found extremely valuable.

Corbin's talk was pretty interesting, too. Corbin is responsible for the CodeDOM in the Delphi IDE. He's also responsible - or to blame, if you like - for a lot of cool IDE features, such as the new tool palette and the refactoring tools in Diamondback. There really wasn't enough time to get into all of the details, but the entire paper and code for the session are available electronically (at the moment, only to BorCon attendees, but hopefully it will be made public soon).

And it's only lunchtime - still lots of interesting sessions ahead. If you still don't know what you're missing, I'll do my best to make you feel bad about it.

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