DVD Développeurs #24 - Septembre 2014

Un ensemble complet autour de Firebird : IBPhoenix publie son 24ième DVD Développeurs.

Le DVD Développeurs contient la dernière version du livre The Firebird Book: a Reference for Database Developers - Edition II (contenant les nouveautés de Firebird 2.5), ainsi que les binaires et programmes d'installation de toutes les dernières versions de Firebird (1.0.x, 1.5.x, 2.0.x. 2.1.x et 2.5) et les autres logiciels relatifs à Firebird. Le DVD contient aussi la documentation, les drivers, outils et le code source. Vous trouverez aussi dans ce DVD une application permettant de parcourir et faire des recherches sur les archives des listes de support et de développement de Firebird.

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Firebird Conference 2014: Inscriptions anticipées

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes : "conference package" (2 jours) pour 120,00 Euros seulement ou 330,00 Euros pour trois personnes.

Firebird Conference 2014: Thèmes et intervenants

La description détaillée des interventions est disponible!

The Firebird Book: une référence pour les développeurs de bases de données - Ed. II

par Helen Borrie

The Firebird Book: a Reference for Database Developers - Edition II est disponible directement auprès d' IBPhoenix au format papier en trois volumes, Volume 1: Firebird Fundamentals, Volume 2: Developing with Firebird Data et Volume 3: Administering Firebird Servers and Databases et aussi en format electronique (e-book) sur le Developer DVD ou par téléchargement immédiat. Il couvre toutes les versions de Firebird, jusqu'à la version 2.5.

Gadgets Firebird

Vous voulez votre T-Shirt, Polo ou Mug aux couleurs de Firebird pour impressionner vos amis et populariser votre système de gestion de bases de données open source préféré?

Now you can!

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Jiri Cincura, developer of Firebird.NET

— Jiri, why do you think people will be interested most of all in your presentation?

If you're an .NET developer working with Firebird you need to catch up with all the changes that happened during a year. There's a lot of improvements and you might actually benefit from some of these pretty well. Also might be a good recap of some new features in Firebird.

— What do you like most of all in Firebird? and What is your most favourite feature/improvement in Firebird 3?

— How clean and transparent is in outside. I'm really looking for proper SMP support. Also as a provider writer the external stored procedures/triggers/... are really interesting. Although there's probably a lot of work to do (and it's not moving further much). See you soon in Prague!

Pavel Cisar, IBPhoenix

Pavel , What do you think people will be interested in most of all in your presentations?

IBPhoenix provides information, support and development services to Firebird users for fourteen years, so we've got a lot of experience with a wide range of problems that these users encounter. We're creative and always look for new ways how to solve their problems more effectively, and where appropriate we make tools that help us get the job done. In my presentation I'll share my experiences using monitoring tables and trace and audit services to solve various problems. I'll focus on what they are good for and the methods and tools that worked best for me.

— What do you like most of all in Firebird? and What is your most favorite feature/improvement in Firebird 3?

Firebird is simple (to use and manage) yet is also a very powerful and flexible engine with great support (drivers, libraries, applications etc.) and vibrant community. It's not good for everything, but works well for most cases. I'll always go with Firebird as my first choice, and look for other solutions only in rare cases where Firebird is not good enough.

About Firebird 3, it's hard to pick one favorite feature/improvement as every one of them is important and contributes IMHO equally to make V3 an awesome release.


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