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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.


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 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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