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Friday, 14. February 2020

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Delphi is 25!

Marco's Tech Blog – Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Delphi launch in San Francisco at the Software Development Conference (SDC ‘95 West). I was there at the launch event and I’m still here using the product and helping to further extend and nurture it. Embarcadero is marking this anniversary with a large ...
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Happy Anniversay Delphi!

TMS Software Blog – Reflecting back on the past 25 years, it was nothing short but an exciting Fantastic Voyage. Without Delphi, my life would have been radically different and TMS software would not be what it is today. Here is a short timeline of what were milestones for us in these 25 years: 1995: Delphi 1 ...
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As Delphi turns 25, TMS launches the TMS Academic Program

TMS Software Blog – February 14th is a very special date! Everyone celebrates Valentine’s Day. Delphi developers celebrate Delphi’s birthday. And today TMS sets another milestone with the launch of the TMS Academic Program! 2020 is a very exciting year for all Delphi lovers! Delphi 1.0 was released 25 ...
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25 Reasons For Using Delphi in 2020

Marco's Tech Blog – When Delphi 1 was released 25 years ago, I compiled a top ten reasons for using Delphi. This is my original list from the preface of the original Mastering Delphi books: “There are many programming environments you can work with, but Delphi is outstanding for a number of reasons. Here are my top ...
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Long live Delphi!

The Delphi Geek – Something great has happened on this day, 25 years ago.It was the sign of Aquarius. People were listening to Creep. And the AppBuilder was released.You don’t know AppBuilder? Sure you do! It was developed and — thanks to Netscape — released under codename Delphi.Indeed, our beloved Delphi is 25 ...
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I Heart Delphi

Glooscap Software – On February 14th, 2020, Delphi celebrates its 25th anniversary. Wow. It's no secret that I'm an unapologetic Delphi fan. I like the language, the IDE and the community. I've had the pleasure of meeting and working with some uncommonly smart people. But the reasons I keep using Delphi for serious ...
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Happy Birthday Delphi!

TPersistent.com – February 14th it is Delphi’s 25th Birthday.  Yes Delphi was introduced on Valentine’s Day, so no wonder I love it!  Anders Hejlsberg must be a proud papa!  Any tool that lasts 25 years in the software business is a great success. I was a Turbo Pascal fan in school and graduated to using ...
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Happy 25th Birthday Delphi

LearnDelphi.TV – Watch my happy birthday wishes for Delphi here. Also if you want to know a bit about my history with Delphi, you can check out this video. #Delphi25th.

Thursday, 13. February 2020

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Three Steps to Set Up an Automation Strategy

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Raj Subrameyer Most organizations realize the value of having automated testing. It helps teams speed up their testing process and make it more efficient. This being said, one of the most overlooked aspects of test automation is the initial step of designing a good ...
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Reminder to self: be aware of implicit setup/tear down code in methods

The Wiert Corner – If a part of a method requires implicit setup/tear-down code (for instance when using managed types like arrays, strings, etc), especially in rarely taken execution paths, then consider putting that code in a separate method. I bumped into this recently, and found out it does not just hold for ...
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Wednesday, 12. February 2020

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25 Years of Communicating about Delphi

Let's Get Technical – Delphi turns 25 this Friday, and I’ve been fortunate to have had a front row seat. And, in addition to being a life-long database application developer, I’ve also made a career out of sharing information about software development, through books, magazine articles, conference talks, and training ...
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The Enter key and the OnKeyDown/OnKeyUp events on Android

Brian Long – A problem surfaced on Stack Overflow recently from a Delphi developer, Tom Byrnes, who discovered that on Android, the Enter (or Return) key no longer triggers the OnKeyDown and OnKeyUp events. This was unfortunate as Tom wanted to code to run in (one of) those handlers.The problem had been reported ...
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Delphi desktop settings: .DST naming limitations and content similarity to .DSK files

The Wiert Corner – Based on [WayBack] Bummer, cannot save a Delphi desktop named “Default Layout – right 3/4” – at load this one seems to be restored, but the list does not contain that entry. – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+: Desktop settings are saved as .DST files The name of a ...
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Tuesday, 11. February 2020

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Catch Me If You Can: LLVM back-end cannot catch all exceptions

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Catch Me If You Can: the LLVM backend cannot return from a hardware exception (like AV) if the hardware exception is raised directly within a try...except block. It can only safely return if there is a function (method) call within the try...except block. Via and by [WayBack] Dalija ...
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Rebuilding the Delphi & C++Builder Android Java files

Brian Long – Some while back I posted a command script (or batch file as we used to call them) that could be used by RAD Studio 10.3 users if they felt the need to change any of the few Java files underlying Delphi's (and C++Builder's) Android RTL.The script would rebuild all the Java files into the required ...
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