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Firebird Project is glad to announce Firebird Conference 2014: the most important international event devoted to FirebirdSQL. Firebird Conference 2014 will be a meeting point for all Firebird users and core developers of Firebird. It's the best place to share and receive FirebirdSQL knowledge!
Firebird Conference 2014 will be October 24-25, 2014, in Prague, Czech Republic, in Clarion Congress Hotel (see details about its location).
There will be 2 simultaneous flows in the conference, during 2 full days.
More details about the Conference can be found in http://firebirdsql.org/en/firebird-conference-2014/.
localhost:gds_db stream tcp nowait.10000 firebird /usr/sbin/tcpd /usr/sbin/fb_inet_server
sudo apt-get install xinetd
This release adds support for pre-defined purge options of stored trace data. Minor issues have been fixed as well. More information is available hereOr also directly in the V3.5 what's new section of the online product documentation: More information on the product is available in the FB TraceManager section on our website, including an edition comparison sheet, webcasts etc. Thanks for your continued support.
I am working on a firebird driver for node.js, this driver don't need firebird client library and works on all platforms. Anyone interested ?
More information on the new release is available here: http://www.upscene.com/displaynews.php?item=20120416 This release fixes a critical stability issue and includes various minor bugfixes and adds experimental Firebird 3 trace support. There are also the following new screencasts available:
More information on the product is available in the FB TraceManager section on our website, including an edition comparison sheet, webcasts etc.: http://www.upscene.com/go/?go=fbtm
Dear Carlos, I came across your name asking developers to send details of large companies who use firebird databases. I am actually an end-user who has the open mind to want a firebird database but cannot find anyone who does this programming. I am based in the UK and am told to 'steer away' from firebird as it is not proven, etc. etc. It really is quite disappointing and seems that there are many others like myself who would like to have an alternative but cannot find a developer. So I am the horse looking for water to drink — but there is no water...not like you describe leading the client to the water but not getting them to drink. Any suggestions? JT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Finishing touches to Jaybird 2.2 beta releasenotes, hopefully I will be able to finally release it this weekend