Robert Scoble eats crow for predicting in 1995 that Borland would die and Delphi would fail in the marketplace. The death blow to his prediction was the success of Delphi programmers such as Nick Bradbury, developer of the HTML editors HomeSite and TopStyle, and recent Microsoft decisions regarding Visual Basic.

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