I wrote a while back that I missed Aaron’s blog. The next day, coincidentally, Real Software started a blog. It’s mostly been marketing stuff, but today that changed. Finally, they’re talking about the product and changes that have occurred.
William Yu, Real Software developer, introduces himself and talks about some of the things he’s fixed in ’09 R1 and some of the people to thank for it. I’ve met William a few times at Real World and he’s a very quiet person. This is a good introduction. Hopefully we’ll hear more from him in the future.
Thom McGrath, another RS developer, talks about the new TrueWindow function. Thom’s post is brilliant, I think. I think it’s what most RB developers want to see – some in-depth discussions about changes and how it affects them or makes their lives easier.
If you’re not following their blog you might want to check it out. I look forward to seeing more technical posts in the future.