Name: Glen Archer
Member since: 2005-11-28 19:04:32
Last Login: 2006-12-19 18:05:10


Hi all... Please do not expect to find anything very exciting here. And this is not a record of everything I have ever done - I see no reason to inflict much personal information...

Recent blog entries by caruzo

Delphi has always been surprisingly compatible between versions of the IDE and and even between platforms, which makes my life easier. It also has more .Net interop features than any other language, including C#. I expect this to continue in Highlander with .Net 2.0 support and beyond.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. I prefer tools that give me more options.

I didn't really plan using a $20,000 laser cutter on my 17" PowerBook to etch a 19th-century engraving of a tarsier, a nocturnal mammal related to the lemur (also the vi book cover), but it seemed like it had to done. The results are stunning...


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