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Wednesday, 18. March 2020

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Suddenly Working Remote When You Hadn’t Planned On It

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Peter G. Walen Many people are suddenly thrust into “working from home” or “remote working” when they and their companies had not planned on this. For some it is a minor inconvenience. For others, it is a major adjustment for them and their entire ...
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The Delphi Geek: Data-driven Multithreading

The Wiert Corner – Still on my reading list because it is relevant to many programming environments: [WayBack] The Delphi Geek: Data-driven Multithreading. Related: [WayBack] Lockless Multi-Threading in Delphi – Chapman World [WayBack] video [WayBack] sourcecode [WayBack] julian m bucknall >> Tomes of ...
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Tuesday, 17. March 2020

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Fast-Forward »: My Lazarus External Tools (and Delphi External tools)

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive if I want to make Explorer (for Linux caja) or console shortcuts to source or target directories: [WayBack] Fast-Forward »: My Lazarus External Tools with these XML files from [WayBack] Lazarus External Tools · GitHub: [WayBack] lazarus-external-tools-linux-mint.xml [WayBack] ...
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Working around [Fatal error] F2084 Internal errors like AV101E53EB-R0000000C-0

The Wiert Corner – A few notes from my response to [WayBack] [Fatal error] F2084 Internal error : AV101E53EB-R0000000C-0 I’m getting this when trying to do some code completion. Any idea ? – Stéphane Wierzbicki – Google+: This compiler related error usually made it go away for me either when it ...
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Do You Have Blind Spots in Your Software Testing?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. Reduced awareness or unintended ignorance of certain aspects can lead to inattentional blindness, or the failure to notice something that should have been visible because our attention was engaged elsewhere. As a human psychological concept, inattentional ...
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Get Ready for 10.4 Beta

Marco's Tech Blog – In a blog post by Sarina DuPont, Embarcadero has announced the plans for 10.4: https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/get-ready-for-the-10-4-beta-with-update-subscription The article includes the plans for the beta, which will be made available to all active ...
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Monday, 16. March 2020

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Blog Now Configured as HTTPS

Marco's Tech Blog – Over the weekend, I reconfigured the Apache server hosting this blog to use HTTPS for a few of my sites (the other will follow up soon). I starting moving to https blog.marcocantu.com and www.marcocantu.com. If you are using HTTPS it should work fine, although there might be individual pages with ...
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Friday, 13. March 2020

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Musings from March – Inc Denmark and Poland

Stephen Ball – This month has seen an ever-changing global situation with the outbreak of the coronavirus. The first time but I can remember I had to radically change / cancel a live event due to circumstances out of our control. At the start of March we were keeping an eye on the news to see how the spread of the ...
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Thursday, 12. March 2020

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Once and for All: Containers Are Not VMs

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Bob Reselman There’s a common misperception that a Linux container is nothing more than a lightweight virtual machine (VM). But that’s not the case. While Linux containers seem to have many of the features that are also present in a VM, they are architecturally different. ...
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Wednesday, 11. March 2020

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Bad surprise of the day: SysUtils.TEncoding in XE2+ defaults to ANSI, while in XE it defaulted to UTF-8.

The Wiert Corner – Bad surprise of the day: SysUtils.TEncoding in XE2+ defaults to ANSI, while in XE it defaulted to UTF-8 .Among other things this means that TStringList… – Eric Grange – Google+ Source: Bad surprise of the day: SysUtils.TEncoding in XE2+ defaults to ANSI, while i… Delphi ...
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Tuesday, 10. March 2020

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Eating our own TMS WEB Core food

TMS Software Blog – While we have used TMS WEB Core already for several internal projects, earlier this year we decided to embark on a first public TMS WEB Core project. "Eating our own dog food" was one of the main objectives but an even more important reason was bringing the concept of our TMS Subscription Manager to ...
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Introducing Exceptionless support in EurekaLog

EurekaLog Blog – EurekaLog 7 now supports Exceptionless bug tracker software. Exceptionless is a popular crash tracker software. It offers hosting service, as well as freeware self-hosting, and allows external connections via REST/JSON based API. Exceptionless is NOT an issue tracking software, it is designed ...
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qq => qa

TMS Software Blog – Most will wonder what kind of programmatic expression or what kind of mathematical formula makes up the title of this blog. In this blog, for once I don't want write about programming nor maths, although the expression makes a lot of sense in the daily world of software development, more in ...
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Despite Rumors Delphi is Alive and has Frequent Releases

Marco's Tech Blog – You might have seen that over recent days the TIOBE index website has published their March 2020 status focusing on Delphi’s demise -- after it went one position down since last year -- and a few other web sites have mentioned it.  TIOBE analysis includes some factually incorrect statements. ...
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Quality and Testing

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. Software Quality Assurance, Software Testing, and Quality Control. All the same, right? We hear people bandy the phrases about. We hear them interchangeably. Sometimes we find them pointedly at odds with each other. Which is the right term? Instead of giving a ...
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