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Issue 10.5 ('Real World 2012')
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Thoughts from the Publisher

Issue: 10.5 (July/August 2012)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: When RBD publisher Marc Zeedar was a kid he used to create magazines just for fun. Now he's doing it for a living! You may contact him at editor@RBDeveloper.com.
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With everything announced at Real World, I am very excited about the future. The next six months are going to very interesting!

Omegabundle is Back!

About 18 months ago a group of Real Studio users, myself included, put together a terrific bundle of developer tools for a ridiculously low price (89% off the normal price). I'm pleased to announce that Omegabundle is back (see the ad on page 55). Whether you're a pro or a hobbyist, this limited time offer is a great way to get professional tools you might not be able to afford normally. Be sure to tell all your friends and take advantage of this offer before it disappears. (Note: Omegabundle buyers get a complete set of RSD back issues and a subscription. If you're already a subscriber, just let me know and I'll extend your subscription by a full year.)

In This Issue

Hopefully you're not sick of Real World news, because the conference dominates this issue. I split my article into two parts, one focusing on upcoming Real Studio changes, and a second exploring the experience side of the conference.

In our columns, I am very pleased to announce that we have a new database columnist! Craig Boyd, who wrote about databases last issue, has agreed to take over from Paul. Databases are a key part of Real Studio development so it's important we cover them. Be sure to let Craig know what you'd like him to write about. Enjoy!

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