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Tuesday, 28. October 2014

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CodeRage Delphi Schedule - Day 1 October 28, 2014

Delphi Insider – Here's the Delphi/Object Pascal schedule for the first day of the CodeRage online technical conference. Hope to see you there, online.Not registered yet?Click here to register for CodeRage and get access to all of these sessions and more!TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014Technical Session #15:00am - 5:45am ...
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Monday, 27. October 2014

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InterBase CodeRage 28th-30th November

Stephen Ball – Register NOW and join me live at #CodeRage! CodeRage is a fantastic Object Pascal programming and C++ Programming event – highly recommended for any developer, and best of all – REGISTRATION IS FREE!! Missed it or got a meeting? – Don’t worry, register and you can still get ...
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Saturday, 25. October 2014

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High Performance Hash Library

The Programming Works – TForge 0.66 released. What’s new: 1. More hash algorithms added: SHA224 SHA384 SHA512 2. MD5 and SHA1 compression routines were rewritten in BASM for CPUX86-WIN32 and CPUX64-WIN64 platforms and times faster now compared to pure pascal code (about 4 times for 32-bit compiler (Delphi XE) and ...

Friday, 24. October 2014

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Internet of Things (IoT) sessions at CodeRage 9 - October 28-30, 2014

Sip from the Firehose – The theme of this year's CodeRage 9 free, online virtual conference is "You are the Developers of Things, Everything!" CodeRage has more than 80 technical sessions covering programming, app development, multi-device app design, database programming, distributed computer, devices, gadgets, wearables ...
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TMS XData Service Operations

TMS Software Blog – The latest TMS XData 1.1 version introduces a major feature: Service Operations. In addition to having your objects published as REST resources automatically, you can now add server-side logic in a very easy and straightforward way. Service operations are defined as interfaces. Any interface can ...

Thursday, 23. October 2014

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Threading Evolved… again – High Precision Thread as a Component

OTAPI – LKSL This article uses the LaKraven Studios Standard Library[LKSL]. If you wish to follow along with the code snips provided herein, you should download the latest version from the GitHub repository, and run the LKSLInstaller.exe program to configure the RAD Studio IDE so that you can easily use the ...
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FastReport FMX v2.2 is released

Sip from the Firehose – I received an email thir morning from the FastReport team announcing the the new version of FastReport FMX - version 2.2. Fast Report FMX is the Multi platform Report Generator for Apple Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. The main new features listed for version 2.2 include the ability to export ...
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My New Object Pascal Handbook

Marco's Tech Blog – I'm working on a new book covering Delphi's Object Pascal language from the ground up to the most advanced features. Getting the Ebook You can get a draft of the ebook (in PDF format) today as part of an Embarcadero promotion:  It is free if you buy Delphi XE7 in the next ...
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Barry Kelly on how the Delphi Compiler used to be compiled (via: Google Groups)

The Wiert Corner – not 100% accurate any more (now that the compiler gets more and more LLVM), but still accurate for most of the x86/x64 parts: Barry Kelly explaining how the Delphi compiler is built. Some more of his posts. –jeroen via: Newbie question: What is the importance for a compiler to be able to ...
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Movie #106 - Express Quantum Grid First Impressions

LearnDelphi.TV – Here we take a look at the Express Quantum Grid from DevExpress.  This is the first in a series, and in this video we take a look at what the end user sees if we leave all the properties on their defaults.  We contrast this with what you get with the standard TDBGrid that comes in Delphi.  The video ...
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Wednesday, 22. October 2014

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Bjarne Stroustrup "Make Simple Tasks Simple! " at CodeRage 9 - Wednesday, Oct. 29: 9-11am PDT

Sip from the Firehose – It is again my pleasure, once again, to announce that Bjarne Stroustrup will take part in the upcoming CodeRage 9 free online virtual developer conference next week. Bjarne last took part our CodeRage 7 C++ conference, "A Conversation with the C++ language designer and original implementer, Bjarne ...
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Adding VCL Styles at runtime

Stephen Ball – VCL Styles An example before & after VCL Styles provide a great way to update the look and feel of your VCL applications.  VCL Styles can be easily added into an application before you compile through  project options > appearance options. While you can add VCL Styles into the application ...
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Barry Kelly on “Implementing Closures” in Delphi (via: Google Groups)

The Wiert Corner – It is always nice to see one of the compiler engineers write down how something was implemented. In this case, Barry Kelly explains in comp.compilers on Implementing Closures in Delphi 2009. The post is about 4.5 years old, but still very relevant. About 9 months earlier, he participated in a Reddit ...
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Tuesday, 21. October 2014

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DAPUG workshop

The Delphi Geek – Hesselet hotel is very nice and workshop is proceeding smoothly. Just saying :) --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Speaking at ITDevCon 2014

Marco's Tech Blog – Next Thursday, October 23rd, I'll be giving a Delphi XE7 keynote at ITDevCon in Milan, Italy. This is one of the Delphi conferences closest to home, given it moved from Verona (where it was help over the last few years -- Delphi Day in Piacenza still beats it, though). Anyway, I'll be giving a ...
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