Thursday, 22. August 2019

0
votes
Vote UpVote

Drop a Little AI on It: Random Test Data Generation

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Matthew Heusser. The world of software testing is awash in hype about Artificial Intelligence. On one hand, we have the people who seem to think that within a month there will be a tool that takes a web page address and returns test results, no humans involved. On the other ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jackie King @ 15:00
0
votes
Vote UpVote

Delphi Ensuring Left/alLeft or Top/alTop controls are positioned in the right order…

The Wiert Corner – The post [WayBack] Why is my buttons not created in logical order? If I run this, my buttons area created ACB rather than ABC as I expected… – Johan Swart – Google+ reminded me the trouble of Delphi VCL and FMX have with alignment. Basically you have to position your control away ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 13:04

Wednesday, 21. August 2019

1
vote
Vote UpVote

Delphi built-in data types and their memory sizes

The Wiert Corner – Though 64-bit support was released back in 2011 with Delphi XE2, sometimes I forget which data type are native size and which keep their size no matter the compiler bitness (wiktionary/wikipedia). This post was motivated by via [WayBack] Having started with Delphi before the Cardinal type was ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 19:05
1
vote
Vote UpVote

Mixing Languages

RemObjects Blogs – New users coming fresh to Elements are often wondering how the compiler is able to mix different programming languages, or how it ends up that you can use the same language on different platforms ("doesn't C# only work on .NET?"). Here's how it works.Elements is not made up of several compilers. We ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc hoffman @ 17:01
1
vote
Vote UpVote

Delphi generic nested classes

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to Self: do not nest T generic types as you’re in for a surprise. Source: [WayBack] Delphi generic nested classes Via: [WayBack] An interesting question over on SO relating to nested generic classes… – David Heffernan – Google+ The surprise: what type would you ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 13:05

Tuesday, 20. August 2019

1
vote
Vote UpVote

Tester’s Diary: The Long, Slow Road to DevOps

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Carol Brands. Recently, our team has been moving toward a more agile way of working. We now have testers in the development team room, and our recent projects have included developers in our exploratory test strategy. Our next team improvement is a move toward DevOps. It’s ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jackie King @ 11:00

Monday, 19. August 2019

1
vote
Vote UpVote

Perth Meeting – Aug 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Tuesday 19th August at 6 for 6:15pm start. Four presentations and amazing pizza 6pm start, first presentation at 6:15pm Artifactory, Osborne Park Unit 8 / 16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017   Agenda- REST server in kbmMW and other goodies – Kim Madsen Creating a REST server in kbmMW ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? WA Branch @ 16:06

Saturday, 17. August 2019

1
vote
Vote UpVote

Australian Delphi User Group Inc Annual General Meeting 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The Annual General Meeting of the “Australian Delphi User Group Inc. No A0038181F” (aka ADUG) will be held at 6:15 pm AEST on Monday 16 September 2019 at the Melbourne Men’s Shed Adjacent to the Level 1 Car Park, Federation Square Corner Flinders and Russell Streets, Melbourne The ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Geoffrey Smith @ 04:06

Friday, 16. August 2019

3
votes
Vote UpVote

Introducing Delphi ORM - A new book about TMS Aurelius by John Kouraklis

TMS Software Blog – I'm glad to say that John Kouraklis has written yet another great book about Delphi: Introducing Delphi ORM: Object Relational Mapping Using TMS Aurelius. It's good news that more and more learning material about TMS Aurelius is being made available to the community, and I have to add I was a proud ...

Thursday, 15. August 2019

2
votes
Vote UpVote

TestInsight provides a local JSON web-server from the IDE for the test-runner to communicate from

The Wiert Corner – Stefan Glienke shared the TestInsight default JSON web-server location with me through chat; I like it! Some endpoints: GET localhost:8102/tests initially returns {"SelectedTests":[]} After enabling a few tests, it is like ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 19:04
1
vote
Vote UpVote

What’s Your Project Rhythm?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Johanna Rothman Many teams claim to use Scrum, often in two-week iterations. When should they think about a cadence or a flow approach to their work? Carolina, an experienced agile test manager, started a new role, facilitating nine testers based in Lisbon. The testers ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jackie King @ 17:00
1
vote
Vote UpVote

Delphi, SHA-3 and streaming

The Wiert Corner – If I ever need to use SHA-3 in Delphi: [WayBack] Does anyone know of any implementations of SHA-3, that can support TStream? – Nicholas Ring – Google+ The comments have a nice list of libraries supporting SHA-3, and how to do streaming hashing. –jeroen
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:06

Wednesday, 14. August 2019

3
votes
Vote UpVote

More Delphi 10.3.2 patches and an Update on GetIt Installation

Marco's Tech Blog – Just a quick blog post with some updates, in case you missed them. 2 More 10.3.2 Patches First, there are two new patches for 10.3.2 Embarcadero made available yesterday (older one is here): https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/c-builder-and- ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 17:36
1
vote
Vote UpVote

Melbourne Meeting – August 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 19th August at 6 for 6:15pm start. At our next meeting, Lachlan Gemmell will give a remote presentation on Anonymous Methods. We will start the meeting with some time for a “Public Soap Box” where attendees can ask questions, share discoveries or talk about code.… Continue ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? John McDonald @ 13:05

Tuesday, 13. August 2019

1
vote
Vote UpVote

QualityCentral 56524: tanh function from Delphi 7 till Delphi XE was buggy; XE2 fixed it

The Wiert Corner – In case you maintain code in older versions of Delphi, be aware that the function tanh was broken starting in Delphi 7 and only got fixed in Delphi XE2: QualityCentral QualityCentral 56524: tanh function from Delphi 7 till Delphi XE was buggy; XE2 fixed it. For big inputs, it would just fail, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 19:04
Subscribe:
Contact us to advertise on DelphiFeeds.com

Community Links

Torry Firebird News

Sponsor

 
Please login or register to use this functionality.
(click on this box to dismiss)