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Tuesday, 3. October 2017

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Brisbane Meeting – October 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday October 4th at 5:30pm to 9pm. The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual time and place. See you there
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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [5. Framework]

The Delphi Geek – This article provides a description of a compiler framework used in my toy language project. If you are new to this series, I would recommend to start reading with this post.We have now a working parser that converts a string of code into an abstract syntax tree - AST. It is, however, not yet time ...
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Mercury13/curl4delphi: A little libcURL binding for Delphi XE2+. Supports “easy” interface only. See wiki for more documentation.

The Wiert Corner – Interesting: Mercury13/curl4delphi: A little libcURL binding for Delphi XE2+. Supports “easy” interface only. See wiki for more documentation. via: Curl: Delphi binding [WayBack] –jeroenFiled under: Delphi, Delphi XE2, Development, Software Development
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Sunday, 1. October 2017

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Melbourne Meeting – October 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 16th October at 6 for 6:15pm start. Garry Wood from ultibo.org will present on the ultibo platform. Ultibo allows developers to create software that runs on a Raspberry Pi without the overheads of an operating system. Note: Venue Melbourne Men’s Shed.… Continue reading ›
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Friday, 29. September 2017

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You’ve Got To See This

blog.gurock.com – Edward Tufte is an evangelist for the context-driven analysis and presentation of data. He self-published his first book on the topic, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, in 1983 and followed it over the next 20 years or so by Envisioning Information, Visual Explanations, and Beautiful ...
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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [4. Parser]

The Delphi Geek – This article provides a description of a parser used in my toy language project. If you are new to this series, I would recommend to start reading with this post.Please note that this article describes an initial implementation of the parser. If you want to browse the code while reading the article, ...
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InterBase 2017 Update 1 and Delphi

Marco's Tech Blog – A few months after the InterBase 2017 release, Embarcadero has just made available InterBase 2017 Update 1. If you are an existing InterBase user, this is a nice update the install, given it has some performance improvements, bug fixes, and new features, as explained in the announcement ...
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Survive and Thrive as a Lone Tester

blog.gurock.com – Many testers work as the only tester in their company. Lone testers have a lot of control over their jobs and daily activities, a freedom that is quite attractive. Yet, they need to establish boundaries with coworkers, routines within their own workflow, and methods so they can accomplish the ...
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Thursday, 28. September 2017

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IDE Fix Pack 6.0 released – dcc64 and 10.2 Update 1 support

Andy's Blog – The new IDE Fix Pack version 6.0 is available. It supports Delphi 10.2 RTM and 10.2 Update 1. And after over a year of being in BETA testing without any bug reports, I also included all the Win64 compiler performance optimizations. Thus the jump to version 6.0 can finally be done as they make the ...
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Wednesday, 27. September 2017

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How I use Linux to write software for multiple target platforms using Wine, Delphi 7, Lazarus and Delphi Berlin

The Wiert Corner – How I use Linux to write software for multiple target platforms:http://kriscode.blogspot.tw/2016/10/how-i-use-linux-to-write-software-for.html – Kris Kamil Jacewicz – Google+ WINE has come a long way. Many things do not have a native look and feel, but so do many Delphi FMX or Lazarus ...
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Tuesday, 26. September 2017

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How to Get Into Software Testing

blog.gurock.com – Testing is one of the few places in technology where people can come into the field without a college degree. Yet the door to get in is unclear. There is no direct path into becoming a software tester; no undergraduate degree, and no vocational school. When most people talk about their beginnings ...
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5 Ways to Break Through Tester’s Block

blog.gurock.com – Testers working on the same product or project for weeks or even months at a time might experience “tester’s block”. Tester’s block, similar to writer’s block, can leave testers in a rut, repeating the same tests over and over, without finding any new information. ...
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How Much UI Automation Do You Need?

blog.gurock.com – When I first started working in test automation, I asked for help. It was ten years ago; the developers I worked with sent me references and links to articles. The articles were on programming, information about how browsers work, details on javascript, links to an overwhelming list of libraries ...
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Changing Times: An Interview with Rich Rogers

blog.gurock.com – Congratulations on the publication of your new book: Changing Times. It’s not what I’d describe as your run-of-the-mill testing book. By which I mean, it doesn’t seem like it’s really targeted at testers exactly… Was this a conscious decision on your part? Why, and if ...
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Array and Matrix operations with Analytics 2.2

TMS Software Blog – New version 2.2 of TMS Analytics and Physics pack includes total support of operations with N-element arrays and MxN matrices. The operations realized in the Linear Algebra extension package. Array and matrix operations allow advanced calculations with small, compact formulae. Let us consider the ...
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