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Seems Delphi XE6 is welcomed: “Welkom RAD Studio/Delphi/C++Builder XE6!” (via: Barnsten B.V. – Google+)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/04/15

Interesting: didn’t see this on the Embarcadero site yet, so the announcment of Welkom RAD Studio/Delphi/C++Builder XE6! by Barnsten B.V. – Google+ is a bit surprising.

Edit:

Given the XE6 webinar on the 16th (that is tomorrow!), it wasn’t that surprising, but in my memory those webinars usually were before the product became actually available.

Barnsten was a tad bit faster than me picking up these two posts that had the official announcemts:

So here are some of the Embarcadero.com links for XE6:   

Besides the ton of bug fixes that are many new compelling features.

–jeroen ...

One Response to “Seems Delphi XE6 is welcomed: “Welkom RAD Studio/Delphi/C++Builder XE6!” (via: Barnsten B.V. – Google+)”

  1. Joseph said

    No one at EMBT ever seems to know when a new release is coming. Last release the marketing department had a deal on the existing version that extended into the release date for the new version. This year they had a “preview” webinar scheduled that became, in Marco Cantu’s words, “more of a launch webinar than a preview one, at this point”. :-) They must flip a coin or roll dice or something to pick the actual release date.

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