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Old 7th April 2008, 09:44 PM
Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]
 
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Default Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

Hi All,

The first issue of the 44-page international edition of the Blaise
Pascal programming magazine has just been published at
http://www.blaisepascal.eu/

People can register on the website to be able to download the free
edition, or you can purchase the printed edition (for world wide
delivery) for a special price of only 25 Euro for the first year.

The magazine contains several articles about Delphi but may also cover
Kylix, Free Pascal / Lazarus, Chrome and related languages. For the
first issue, I've written an article about Delphi 2007 and VCL
Component Building (with a follow-up article already planned for next
issue). See the table of contents for the other articles, and please
help spread the word by telling your Delphi programming friends about
this new publication!

Groetjes,
Bob Swart




(posted by me in case our users are interested)

--

Eivind Bakkestuen
Nexus Database Systems Pty Ltd
  #2  
Old 7th April 2008, 11:08 PM
Franz-Leo Chomse [NDX]
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

On 7 Apr 2008 12:44:39 +0200, "Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]"
<Ieivind.bakkestuenHATE@nexusdb.comSPAM> wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>The first issue of the 44-page international edition of the Blaise
>Pascal programming magazine has just been published at
>http://www.blaisepascal.eu/
>
>People can register on the website to be able to download the free
>edition, or you can purchase the printed edition (for world wide
>delivery) for a special price of only 25 Euro for the first year.



The articles in the first issue seem to be targeted at new Delphi
programmers.

Regards from Germany

Franz-Leo Chomse [NexusDB Expert]
franz.leo.chomse@ndx.nexusdb_x.com (please remove "_x" to reply)
  #3  
Old 22nd April 2008, 02:41 PM
Jon P. Grewer
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

Maybe I am blind. lol. Wouldn't be the first time I missed something
right in front of my nose. How to register to get the free edition?


Franz-Leo Chomse [NDX] presented the following explanation :
> On 7 Apr 2008 12:44:39 +0200, "Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]"
> <Ieivind.bakkestuenHATE@nexusdb.comSPAM> wrote:
>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> The first issue of the 44-page international edition of the Blaise
>> Pascal programming magazine has just been published at
>> http://www.blaisepascal.eu/
>>
>> People can register on the website to be able to download the free
>> edition, or you can purchase the printed edition (for world wide
>> delivery) for a special price of only 25 Euro for the first year.

>
>
> The articles in the first issue seem to be targeted at new Delphi
> programmers.
>
> Regards from Germany
>
> Franz-Leo Chomse [NexusDB Expert]
> franz.leo.chomse@ndx.nexusdb_x.com (please remove "_x" to reply)


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should relocate more than 5 miles distance from your current home!


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Old 23rd April 2008, 12:41 AM
Stephen Quinn
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

Jon

> Maybe I am blind. lol. Wouldn't be the first time I missed something
> right in front of my nose. How to register to get the free edition?


>>> http://www.blaisepascal.eu/


Enter your email address & passwrod and press the 'Register' link at the top
of the page.
or
just click on the 'Register' link to be taken to the Register page

CYA
Steve


  #5  
Old 23rd April 2008, 01:26 AM
Jon P. Grewer
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

Stephen Quinn laid this down on his screen :
> Jon
>
>> Maybe I am blind. lol. Wouldn't be the first time I missed something right
>> in front of my nose. How to register to get the free edition?

>
>>>> http://www.blaisepascal.eu/

>
> Enter your email address & passwrod and press the 'Register' link at the top
> of the page.
> or
> just click on the 'Register' link to be taken to the Register page
>
> CYA
> Steve


Hi Steve,

Whether I click on "Register" or "Login" or "lost password" I get
"Emailaddress not found or password not valid!"

Thanks for your help.

Jon

--
________
According to the Seattle Times, this year the State of Washington will
not issue parking permits to fish. So, I guess salmon won't be alowed
to park anywhere this year.


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Old 23rd April 2008, 02:13 AM
William O.
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

"Franz-Leo Chomse [NDX]" <franz.leo.chomse@ndx.nexusdb.com> wrote in message
news:9k3kv39p9r4pf6gob3k3q7n44akq97i4uv@4ax.com...
....
> The articles in the first issue seem to be targeted at new Delphi
> programmers.


You've gotta start somewhere <g>

~ William

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Old 23rd April 2008, 11:06 AM
Malcolm Cheyne
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

>>> Maybe I am blind. lol. Wouldn't be the first time I missed something
>>> right in front of my nose. How to register to get the free edition?

>>
>>>>> http://www.blaisepascal.eu/

>>
>> Enter your email address & passwrod and press the 'Register' link at the
>> top of the page.
>> or
>> just click on the 'Register' link to be taken to the Register page
>>

>
> Whether I click on "Register" or "Login" or "lost password" I get
> "Emailaddress not found or password not valid!"
>



Jon

I too had problems when I first looked at this site last month. On second
look, I can see the web page is quite ambiguous (maybe by design).

After registering, enter email address and password and click on Login. You
should be presented with a page of detail and the link to "LOGOFF". (Which
now means that you are logged in). On the Menubar select download | PDF
downloads. You should then find a link "klik hier" (Which I take to mean
"Click Here" :-). The PDF download starts and you can save it (change the
name to March2008 - I had to do that step later).

I'm off to do some reading ....

--

Malcolm
Townsville, Australia





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Old 23rd April 2008, 12:51 PM
Stephen Quinn
 
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Default Re: Blaise Pascal - international magazine about Delphi and Pascal

Jon

I just went back and tried it again.
This time all I did was click register and was taken to the register page,
entered my details and clicked the submit button.

Downloaded the free version OK.

Unless it's a problem with your browser - I'm using plain old IE7

CYA
Steve




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