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Nikita Vlasov
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I also needed to get straight answers to some questions about the object orientation capabilities of the C++Builder IDE and more. I will look forward to reading some of Michael's comments during his presentation to Embarcadero's All-Access promotion later in the week.

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Software developer Michael Rozlog is leading Embarcadero's Delphi and C++Builder team as Chief Technical Architect. Prior to joining Embarcadero, Michael was a distinguished and well-established software engineer in the design, implementation, testing, and delivery of software solutions for the database, Internet, Web, and mobile sectors. With more than two decades of professional software engineering experience, Michael has deep expertise in the use of object-oriented programming and C++ in the enterprise.

We are familiar with Embarcadero's contribution to the RAD Studio shared development suite. RAD Studio includes C++Builder, XE2 and Delphi. It also includes WinRT, the new-fangled native-code compiler which adds native-code capability to the compiler. Neither Embarcadero, nor Borland, have opted to include native-code capability in their native-code compilers.

I have some thoughts on the issue of native-code vs. byte-code compilers. With native-code compilers, the native code for x64, x86 and ARM64 can be stored for download separately from the primary executable. With byte-code compilers such as IBC, JMC, BCC, and WASM, the code can be stored in the main application. A big win for Embarcadero would be to replace the Mac and Linux builds for Delphi and C++Builder with native-code compilers. They would be far less likely to require a third-party Java interpreter.


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