Conversation with Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

Allen BauerIn this special episode we talk with Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist here at Embarcadero Technologies. This month is the 7 year anniversary of the Podcast at Delphi.org, and today is Allen’s birthday. This conversation was recorded during Delphi Week, a celebration of Delphi’s birthday back in February.

We talk about what Allen does as a Chief Scientist as well as some of his side projects. We also discuss some of the new platforms we face today as developers and the challenges and likelihood of Delphi targeting them. Finally some discussion about features Allen would like to see added to Delphi in the future.

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7 Responses to Conversation with Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

  1. “Intelligence in your coffee machine,” Allen said. I would have to categorically disagree with any statement equating DRM with intelligence.

  2. Jim McKeeth says:

    Intelligence for DRM is still Intelligence, just used poorly.

  3. I dunno. Seems to me it’s the opposite: it’s taking a question that really does need to be thought about by an intelligent being and putting it in the hands of an unthinking automaton–a substitute for intelligence, if you will.

  4. Russell Peters says:

    The first thing that needs to be defined is ‘intelligence’! Machines have been handling that at increasing ‘levels’ for centuries, any time a decision is made between options it can be defined as intelligent choice.

  5. daniael says:

    not poorly, it’s used with premeditation, to protect, not the intellectuals, but their “property” owners…
    nice place

  6. daniael says:

    did anyone hear anything about new features in upcoming delphi? (10?)
    i am interested in linux desktop development

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