Borland Plans to Support MS LINQ in Delphi Platform

eWeek: Borland Plans to Support MS LINQ in Delphi Platform.  "Microsoft announced its Language Integrated Query Project earlier this month, and already third parties are talking about extending their technology to support the software giant's heralded new technology. . . .In a Weblog post, Borland Software Corp.'s chief scientist Danny Thorpe talked about how Borland's Delphi programming environment can take advantage of LINQ (Language Integrated Query) to enable developers to more easily integrate and manipulate data in building Delphi-based applications."

We're excited to see this kind of interest from partners about LINQ!


Comments (2)

  1. Ian Marteens says:

    Considering that the current "comercial" Delphi.NET compiler is still plenty of bugs, and the fact that Borland is still struggling to incorporate generics in the language… maybe they’ll have a Delphi.NET with genericity and LINQ support by 2010, a month more or less… I’m an optimistic guy, see?

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