[Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes] A short, quick post to share the fruits borne of the confluence of two of my passions: RemObjects Elements and … t-shirt design. Ok, the latter isn’t really a ‘passion’ so much as a hobby I have dabbled in from time to time over the years, and I have no illusions that my designs are going to set the t-shirt world afire. But every so often I come up with a fun idea that I’d like to wear myself, or that a few colleagues at work would like to join in with. If others want to wear them too, then even better!
[Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes] In the periodic table of the elements, at #9 we find Fluorine. Curiously though the name “Fluorine” is not used (that I am aware of) anywhere in the Elements 9.0 release which dropped this week. But there is plenty of interest in this release, aside from Period Table curios.
[Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes] Not exactly hot off the presses but some people apparently seem still to be unaware that my suggestion for a Community Edition of Delphi has been picked up (some years later, mind you). Except that it isn’t Embarcadero that have picked it up, but Microsoft.
[Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes] I recently mentioned that RemObjects have placed their OS X native IDE – a.k.a. Fire – into public beta. I haven’t been using it myself (yet) but have been following developments in the RemObjects Talk forums with interest, and a new feature in the Elements 8.0 compiler (also part of the Fire beta) caught my eye this week.