Monthly Archives: August 2011

Delphi XE2: Seamless Mac OS X Builds

More information is coming out of Embarcadero about the forthcoming new Delphi XE2. One of the interesting things to come out this morning is the seamless way XE2 manages the Mac OS X build from the Windows IDE. The heart … Continue reading

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New Release of SBW 2.8.3

This is to announce the release of a new version of SBW (Systems Biology Workbench). To those who are not familiar with it, SBW is a collection of collaborating tools for carrying out simulations of biochemical networks. Download here The … Continue reading

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Modeling Course at Indiana University

Not that kind of modeling, but the kind that involves building computational models of biochemical networks and multicellular systems. James Glazier, the Director of the Biocomplexity Institute at Indiana University is the lead organizer behind a series of workshops that … Continue reading

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Taxes, how much we pay

I know this isn’t the place to talk about taxes, there are plenty of sites that do that already but I’d like to tell readers about something that happened during my trip to Indiana University at Bloomington last week. To … Continue reading

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FireMonkey and Delphi

If you’re a Delphi programmer then the you should know about a quiet revolution that is happening to the next release of Delphi, called XE2 from Embarcadero Technologies, formally Borland. Due sometime in the first few weeks of September, XE2 … Continue reading

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