Borland Puts the “Turbo” Back In Development

Borland is bringing back the Turbo brandBorland Turbo programs:

In 1983, Borland revolutionized software development with one of the first PC development environments, Turbo PascalĀ®, which helped make the commercial development of PC applications possible. The new products revive the popular Turbo brand and provide users with a simple but powerful development environment that combines quick and easy learning with rapid productivity gains.

They’re making available a free version and a commercial Professional version. I’ll have to try it out.

I did most of my early programming using Turbo Pascal and Turbo C.

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2 Responses to Borland Puts the “Turbo” Back In Development

  1. rekounas says:

    I started on Turbo C++ 3.1 or something like that at UNB and then went to 4.5 or 5 at NBCC. Then I used 6 at OAOT I think.

  2. Pender says:

    I liked turbo pascal in MUN, was one of the only languages I actually liked. I despised modula 2.

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