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Archive for September 27th, 2011

Just uploaded by BASTA.NET conference session materials on .NET Cross Platform Mobile Development on Windows 7, Android and iOS

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/09/27

This morning I gave a well attended session at the BASTA.NET conference on .NET Cross Platform Mobile Development on Windows 7, Android and iOS

If you were attending my session, or just interested in Cross Platform Development with a touch – pun intended – of .NET (and Mono, MonoTouch, MonoDroid, MonoMac, Xcode) then you can download the materials here: and (yes, 2 change sets: somehow with SVN  “Check for modifications” I still missed part of the batch).

It consists of the PDF with session slides and the demo apps based on an old (.NET 1.1 and .NET Compact Framework 1.0 era) C# tic tac toe demo (which was based on some Turbo Pascal sources from 20+ years ago), now revived for the Windows Phone 7 (with Visual Studio), iOS (with MonoTouch) and Android (with MonoDroid) platforms.

The conference is held at the beautifully designed Rheingoldhalle conference center adjacent to the Rhine (German: Rhein) river in Mainz, Germany.

Oh: and I enjoyed a bit of the great weather outside (while it lasts <g>).


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Delphi Spring, Mocks and how to use them: some links

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/09/27

Now that there is Spring and Mocks for Delphi, it is time to post a few links:

Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!


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A few more classics on BitSavers in the /pdf/borland tree

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/09/27

Hope you like these classics from the early Borland era:

Oh, and if you – like me – started in the Apple ][ and Lisa era, there are lots of nice documents of Apple products from that period to, for instance:


Via: Index of /pdf/borland.

Posted in, Delphi, Development, History, Software Development | 5 Comments »

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