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March 2, 1995: Delphi Released

1995 – Programming language Delphi was released by Borland. Delphi is an object oriented derivative of the Pascal programming language meant for Windos and Mac OS in 32-bit and 64-bit. It was the successor to Borland Pascal. Delphi is still in release – XE7. It has ported over to current desktop and mobile devices including Android devices. Software such as Oracle SQL Developer, MySQL Admin tools, Skype, WinRAR, Nero Burning Rom, Partition Magic, Media Monkey, Ultimate Paint, Age of Wonders and multiple emulators were all written on Delphi at one point in time. Delphi is first released by Borland Yahoo! is...

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February 24, 1997: Pixar, Disney, 5 Year Movie Agreement

February 24, 1997 – Disney and Pixar 5 movie agreement[/caption] 1997 – Walt Disney and Pixar enter into a 5 movie agreement in 10 months. They would share costs, profit and logo credits. The two would come into issues after Toy Story 2, which ultimately were resolved in 2006 when Disney purchased Pixar. Borland unveils the Delphi Development Tool EA acquires Dreamworks Google sells Clearwire for $47 million Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More

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March 2, 1995: Delphi is Released

1995 – Programming language Delphi was released by Borland. Delphi is an object oriented derivative of the Pascal programming language meant for Windos and Mac OS in 32-bit and 64-bit. It was the successor to Borland Pascal. Delphi is still in release – XE7. It has ported over to current desktop and mobile devices including Android devices. Software such as Oracle SQL Developer, MySQL Admin tools, Skype, WinRAR, Nero Burning Rom, Partition Magic, Media Monkey, Ultimate Paint, Age of Wonders and multiple emulators were all written on Delphi at one point in time. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 2 Delphi...

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February 24, 1997: Pixar, Disney, 5 Year Movie Agreement

1997 – Walt Disney and Pixar enter into a 5 movie agreement in 10 months. They would share costs, profit and logo credits. The two would come into issues after Toy Story 2, which ultimately were resolved in 2006 when Disney purchased Pixar. Wikazine – Full show notes for February 23 Borland unveils the Delphi Development Tool EA acquires Dreamworks Google sells Clearwire for $47 million Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More

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February 24, 1993: Ruby Programming Language

1993 – Yukihiro Matsumoto posts to a ruby-talk mailing list about building the language. His post stated the following: I was talking with my colleague about the possibility of an object-oriented scripting language. I knew Perl (Perl4, not Perl5), but I didn’t like it really, because it had the smell of a toy language (it still has). The object-oriented language seemed very promising. I knew Python then. But I didn’t like it, because I didn’t think it was a true object-oriented language — OO features appeared to be add-on to the language. As a language maniac and OO fan for 15 years,...

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March 2, 1997: Microsoft Antitrust Activities Hearing

1997– US Senator Orrin Hatch holds a hearing on the Antitrust activities of Microsoft. Scott McNealy of Sun Microsystems and Jim Barksdale of Netscape Communications were present to question if Microsoft is intentionally pushing out the Netscape web browser for Internet Explorer. Of course, this would become a long drawn out investigation which almost splits Microsoft into separate companies. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 2 Delphi is first released by Borland Yahoo! is incorporated Napster begins blocking access to one million MP3 Steve Jobs announces the iPad2 Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! Apple Podcasts | Android |...

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