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Tuesday, 7. April 2020

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In SQL Server use `SET NOCOUNT ON` so tools taking the last modified record count won’t be confused by your trigger.

The Wiert Corner – Interesting read: Time eating bug of the day… – Fabian S. Biehn – Google+. TL;DR: in SQL Server use SET NOCOUNT ON so tools taking the last modified record count won’t be confused by your trigger. Source: [WayBack] Time eating bug of the day: I used a TADOQuery.ExecSQL (on ...
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Friday, 3. April 2020

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Open Innovation, RAD Server and Enterprise Connectors

Stephen Ball – The sheer volume of data that is collected has exploded in recent years thanks to digitalization and modern cloud architectures that support massive data collection, and encourage widespread cross-sharing of data. The growth trend of having applications with easily accessible API’s, ...
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Developer Direct – IDE Special – 8th April

Stephen Ball – David, Marco, and I are back again on Wednesday 8th at 11am GMT / 12pm CET to talk about Development within the RAD Studio IDE. After the previous session talking about working from home under Covid19, we asked for input on what you wanted to discuss. From the ideas submitted, we picked a ...
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Thursday, 2. April 2020

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Whole Team, Quality, and Testing

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. Since the concept of Whole Team Quality became popular, there are loads of people who make grand pronouncements on what the term means. It is almost as if it has become its own buzzword with people making money from it. Let’s take another look, as if it ...
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Cool Delphi IDE idea: when moving a project, not just adjust absolute file paths but also search paths

The Wiert Corner – The IDE already owns and modifies your .dproj and .dpr files (of which many users complain, but I think it is a good thing), so this is a great suggestion: [WayBack] Possibly slightly obvious but nonetheless a minor little tip to bear in mind when moving a project (.dproj/.dpr) by saving it to a new ...
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Wednesday, 1. April 2020

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Never get lost again with TMS FNC Maps!

TMS Software Blog – Intro After all our experience with TMS FMX/VCL WebGMaps & WebOSMaps, and the latest and greatest technologies we've been working on in FNC & WEB, we thought by ourselves what would be the next logical step? We wanted to feel the power of dynamically switching between various mapping services on ...

Tuesday, 31. March 2020

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A Manager’s First Job

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Johanna Rothman Help people learn how to solve problems, not solve the problems for them. Many managers got promoted to management because they were excellent at the technical part of the job. But, the management role isn’t in the work itself–the job is about ...
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Discover the endless possibilities of software development with TMS WEB Core

TMS Software Blog – TMS WEB Core: Web Application Development with Delphi For more than two decades, the development environment Delphi is known for the rapid programming of Windows applications. Especially the easy creation of desktop database applications and the uncomplicated deployment of the applications to ...

Thursday, 26. March 2020

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Developing from home

Stephen Ball – Working from home – webinar replay As software developers, on the whole, it’s relatively simple to switch to working from home, and many of us work from home regularly, or all the time. However, with a quarter of the world’s population already in lockdown, the circumstances are ...
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How to Implement A/B Testing Using a Kubernetes Canary Deployment

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Bob Reselman. A/B testing is the practice of running two release versions of software simultaneously and then forwarding usage to a given version according to routing configuration settings. A typical example of A/B testing is website usability testing. A publisher will ...
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Wednesday, 25. March 2020

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In case I need JSONPath functionality in Delphi: grijjy/GrijjyFoundation@4ce069a · GitHub

The Wiert Corner – From a while back, but just in case I ever need JSONPath (for JSON, or BSON Path): [WayBack] Added JSONPath functionality · grijjy/GrijjyFoundation@4ce069a · GitHub. Via: [WayBack] Search for and extract data from your JSON documents using an XPath-like query language. Now part of our JSON and BSON ...
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Tuesday, 24. March 2020

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Delphi Seattle becoming almost unusable on Windows Build 1909

Delphi Code Monkey – I have previously posted about fun adventures running insider preview builds of Windows 10, with Delphi.    Now, I no longer run insider preview builds because the problems are just not worth it.However, as Microsoft believes your computer belongs to them once you put Windows 10 on it, you ...
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TestRail Leads in the Spring 2020 G2 Grid

blog.gurock.com – We are happy to announce that TestRail has maintained its position as the #1 test management software, according to the Spring 2020 G2 Grid for Test Management! TestRail has been recognized as a “Momentum Leader” and as the “Most Implementable” tool in this category. TestRail also received the ...
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Work@Home with Slack in the latest TMS FNC Cloud Pack update!

TMS Software Blog – Stay Safe! First of all, the TMS team wishes you a good health during these difficult times. Not only privately but also for the business you are running / working for. We at TMS are currently working from home and are doing our best to provide you with the highest care at software level and support ...
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How Can This Fail?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. Good testing relies on careful thinking and interaction with the system under test, the people using it and those tasked with testing it. People will work through carefully considered scenarios, sometimes very detailed plans and occasionally ...
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