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Wednesday, 9. April 2014

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DDDebug Memory Profiler heading towards 1.0 (via: Stefan Meisner – Google+)

The Wiert Corner – Just in case his blog is not yet on DelphiFeeds, there is this interesting post by Stefan Meisner – Google+ – DDDebug Memory Profiler heading towards 1.0 Version. A license is only EUR 79! –jeroenFiled under: Delphi, Delphi XE3, Delphi XE4, Delphi XE5, Development, Software ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 21:52
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Important SSL Update Available for Indy

Olaf Monien – As you might have heard a pretty dangerous bug in OpenSSL has recently been discovered. See OpenSSL’s vulnerability page for more information. This serious bug has been fixed in OpenSSL version 1.0.1g As mentioned by Jeroen, updated SSL builds for Indy are already available at fulgan.com ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Olaf Monien @ 19:19
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appmethod at MDevCon on Tour - Amsterdam, Tuesday, April 15th, 18:30

Pawel Glowacki – I’m very excited to invite you to my "True Native, Multi-Device Development from the Same Codebase" live session, which is part of the "MDevCon on Tour" series of live events across The Netherlands. When? 15/04/2014 from 18:30 to 21:00 hours Where? Trifork, Rijnsburgstraat 9-11, Amsterdam ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 13:55
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Blog #18 - ADUG 2014 Interviews

LearnDelphi.TV – While at the 2014 ADUG Symposium in Brisbane, I interviewed a number of attendees and found out what they use Delphi for.  Watch the video on YouTube.  It runs to about 12 minutes.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? alister@learndelphi.tv @ 12:10
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Big Ball of Mud | Jeroen on software

The Wiert Corner – Just bumped into this Big Ball of Mud article by (another) Jeroen on software (this Jeroen is Jeroen De Dauw). It is a very nice article with annotations on the (very old, but still very prevalent Big Ball of Mud design pattern of which a lot of software projects suffer). I didn’t know about ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 10:31
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The C language specification describes an abstract computer, not a real one – The Old New Thing – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

The Wiert Corner – Interesting read: The C language specification describes an abstract computer, not a real one – The Old New Thing – Site Home – MSDN Blogs. In other words: any language that merges null behaviour in the underlying storage will have a problem somwehere. So if you want to have true ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 07:00
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