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November 25, 2014
Firebird Documentation funding campaign

Recently Firebird Project has announced the availability of Firebird Language Reference in Russian, and now crowd-funding campaign is in progress to collect money for English translation.

Don't miss your chance to participate in this campaign and help Firebird Project to create free, professional and detailed (400+ pages) Firebird SQL language documentation which will be very useful for all Firebirders.

Visit this link http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/donate/ and select "Fund Docs".

Thank you in advance!


Firebird Conference 2014 Report


Firebird Conference 2014 took place on 24-25 October in Prague, Czech Republic, Clarion Congress Hotel. Some facts about the Firebird Conference 2014: there were 110 attendees, 18 speakers, 23 interesting presentations and, of course, invaluable conversations between sessions.

Headliners of Firebird Conference were core developers of Firebird Project: Dmitry Yemanov and Vlad Khorsun, they presented the latest  news about Firebird and plans for future development.

Special guests at Firebird Conference 2014 were Jim Starkey (original architect of InterBase, Falcon (MySQL), NuoDB and more) and Ann Harrison, with two very interesting presentations about high performance threading development and orphan records in Firebird.

Firebird driver developers, Jiri Cincura and Mark Rotteveel, spoke about Firebird.NET and Java. The second talk of Mark's was about Java and jOOq was also supported by Lucas Eder, original creator of jOOq.

The audience was great, many sessions turned into valuable conversations, generating tricky questions and comprehensive answers.

At the URL below you can download all the presentations that were made at the conference.

http://www.firebirdsql.org/file/community/conference-2014/pdf/firebird_conference_2014_presentations.zip
November 10, 2014
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