"History's going to repeat itself, with Borland releasing
for Linux their flagship product, Delphi. Claimed to be the fastest
compiler available, it will surely speed up deployment of
applications under Linux."
"Today, I'm going to tell you a story. It's about a company
called Borland, now known as Inprise. But I prefer to call it
Borland, since the name brings back old memories."
"In the 1970s, Philippe Kahn was working on the Pascal language
in Switzerland. In 1982, he came to the USA. In those days, Pascal
compilers were very expensive and cost a few thousand dollars. They
were available only for mainframes. That made Philippe Kahn think
back and write a Pascal compiler for PCs. He liked Pascal and want-
ed the compiler to be affordable."
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