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Thursday, 8. March 2018

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Speaking in London About Delphi Tokyo on Thursday, March 15th

Marco's Tech Blog – Next week I'll be presenting at an event in London organized by our partner Grey Matter. You can find more information and the link to sign up on http://www.greymatter.com/corporate/events/to-delphinity-and-beyond-free-delphi-workshop/  Titled "To Delphinity and Beyond" the event is focused on a ...
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Packet Sender is a good tool when debugging protocols: free utility to send & receive network packets. TCP, UDP, SSL

The Wiert Corner – It was fitting to bump into [WayBack] Packet Sender is a good tool when debugging protocols…” Written by Dan Nagle… – Lars Fosdal – Google+ on the day presenting [WayBack] Conferences/Network-Protocol-Security.rst at master · jpluimers/Conferences · GitHub It also means ...
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Wednesday, 7. March 2018

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Screen Shuffling with Delphi (first step to a Sliding Puzzle Game)

Zarko Gajic – I’m sure you’ve seen it already. When the program starts it takes a picture of the current desktop, the picture is then cut into a number of rectangular pieces (all of the same size). A piece at some random position is “removed”. The main code randomly swaps that piece with ...
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Another Update for DprojNormalizer

The Art of Delphi Programming – There are weeks when bug findings are just going to agglomerate. Fixing them as soon as possible then leads to multiple releases in a short time frame. Sorry about that (well, not really), but nothing comes without a price to pay. Another small update for  DprojNormalizer is available. This one is ...
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Tuesday, 6. March 2018

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multithreading – Closure in TTask.Run(AnonProc) not released after AnonProc has finished – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive: [WayBack] multithreading – Closure in TTask.Run(AnonProc) not released after AnonProc has finished – Stack Overflow via: [WayBack] How the combination of inline, interfaces and missing RVO can break your code – Stefan Glienke – Google+ TL;DR from RAD ...
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Brisbane Meeting – March 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday March 7th at 5:30pm to 9pm. The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual time and place. See you there
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Embarcadero Discontinues the Sale of Upgrade Products

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I received an email today informing me that as of April 1, 2018 Embarcadero will discontinue the sale of upgrade products for Rad Studio, Delphi and C++ Builder.My first reaction was "OMG here we go again." Bailey didn't do a very good job at explaining what this means to me, a non-subscription ...
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Saturday, 3. March 2018

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Update for DprojNormalizer

The Art of Delphi Programming – There is a small update for DprojNormalizer available. The only change is that the entry for SanitizedProjectName is moved to the beginning of the property group. This allows the use of this variable in subsequent properties. I stumbled upon this when working on a project where ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Raabe @ 12:06

Friday, 2. March 2018

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Delphi High Performance

The Delphi Geek – My second book was also released these days. I wrote it for Packt Publishing, a publishing house which has recently started printing Delphi titles. The first was Delphi Cookbook by Daniele Teti, a very successful title that was followed by Delphi Cookbook - Second Edition by the same ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Primož Gabrijelčič @ 12:24
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Testing Without a User Interface

blog.gurock.com – Most agile projects I have worked on go something like this: Developers work on new code changes for two-thirds of a sprint. Halfway through the second week, they give the test team a new build to work with. The testers work hard and discover some important bugs, but eventually they run out of ...
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Running a Delphi Linux Application on Google Cloud Shell

Marco's Tech Blog – Google has made available to all its Gmail users a Linux Shell to interact with their Cloud Services, called Google Cloud Shell. This shell is a free Debian 7 shell with 5Gb of storage. It is not a VM that keeps running while you are disconnected, but it is a shell allowing you to perform task on a ...
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Thursday, 1. March 2018

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WouterVanNifterick/C-To-Delphi: C To Delphi converter

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: check out WouterVanNifterick/C-To-Delphi: C To Delphi converter and the state it is in now. via: [WayBack] Hi, I’ve created a C to Delphi converter.Because it’s been so useful to me that I’ve decided to share it.It converts C code as-you-type, and it keeps… ...
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Wednesday, 28. February 2018

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Parallel Programming with OmniThreadLibrary - the book is here!

The Delphi Geek – My first book Parallel Programming with OmniThreadLibrary is finally out!The book covers OmniThreadLibrary version 3.07.5 which was also released today.As this book was always meant to be documentation for the OmniThreadLibrary, my job doesn't end here. I will update and enhance the e-book ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Primož Gabrijelčič @ 23:35
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OmniThreadLibrary 3.07.5

The Delphi Geek – OmniThreadLibrary 3.07.5 has been released. You can get it at GitHub or download the ZIP.There are only small number of changes in this release.General improvementsReduced number of times NameThreadForDebugging is called when threadpool is used.Bug fixes[VyPu] fixed race condition in ...
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Continual Planning: The Driver of Continuous Testing, Integration and Delivery

blog.gurock.com – Brad, a program manager, felt torn. His management wanted the entire program to plan once a quarter and commit to the plans. The teams, including the product owners, wanted to commit to much less and be able to replan. Brad wanted the benefits of the program’s agile approaches, being able to replan ...
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