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Wednesday, 24. September 2014

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Parallel programming and XE7 in Sweden

Stephen Ball – Today I have been continuing the XE7 world tour events, this time in Stockholm. http://www.embarcadero.com/world-tour (following on from Gothenburg on Monday and Denmark last week), in fact Yesterday was great, visiting the Gothenburg Delphi Meet up who were celebrating 10 years of gathering. ...
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EurekaLog 7.1 is out

EurekaLog Blog – We are pleased to announce the availability of the new 7.1 version. EurekaLog is a tool for Delphi and C++Builder that gives your application the power to catch every exception and memory/resource leak, generating a detailed log of the call stack (with unit, procedure and line number), ...
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Tuesday, 23. September 2014

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Parallel Programming Thread Pool

Stephen Ball – In my Parallel Programming introduction post I explored how to easily get performance gains when running loop code by using the TParallel.For() loop construct. A key part of the Parallel Programming Library engine is the new ThreadPool that manages some of the complexity behind the scenes when using ...
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There Has Got to Be a Better Term Than Technical Debt

David Glassborow – Technical Debt is a common term used in IT circles, and a useful metaphor when discussing planning and tradeoffs (although too often I fear management don’t understand the interest repayments side of it) Want I want is a term that is more easily understood by non technical business users and ...
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Delphi programmer wanted

The Delphi Geek – This is a job offer for a full time programming job in Ljubljana. Iščemo Delphi programerja za dolgotrajno razmerje; človeka, ki se ne ustraši stare kode in z veseljem programira s sodobnimi orodji. [XE2, prehod na sodobno različico je že v teku in ga bo pomagal zaključiti prav programer ali ...
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Canberra Meeting – October 2014

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday 29th October from 5:45pm XE7 Presentation Malcolm Groves will be coming to Canberra to show us features of the newest release of RAD Studio and its associated products. Don’t miss this opportunity to see them first hand, and be able to question Malcolm more deeply on features of ...
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Canberra Meeting – September 2014

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday 24th September from 5:45pm An Introduction to Arduino – Paul Jervois Seeing  its all the rage at the moment, its Sydney’s turn to do the Arduino. A short presentaion on the Arduino, how to write, compile download programs, write libraries, connect peripherals like LCD Displays etc and ...
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Monday, 22. September 2014

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Introducing TestRail 4.0

blog.gurock.com – Over the last months our team has been hard at work redesigning TestRail’s user experience and adding many often requested features to the application. And today I’m excited to announce the release of TestRail 4.0, a new major version of our modern test management tool! The new version ...
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Busy live online schedule this week - you won't want to miss a moment of it!

Sip from the Firehose – We have a full schedule of online events for developers this week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - September 23,24,25 we have 13 live online events taking place covering Developer Skill Sprints, Delphi/C++Builder/RAD Studio XE7 whats new, and developing for the Internet of Things with ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 17:19
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Busy live online schedule this week - you won’t want to miss a moment of it!

Sip from the Firehose – We have a full schedule of online events for developers this week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - September 23,24,25 we have 13 live online events taking place covering Developer Skill Sprints, Delphi/C++Builder/RAD Studio XE7 whats new, and developing for the Internet of Things with ...
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Q&A – Threading Evolved (Round 1)

OTAPI – Following up from my recent article on High Precision Threads in the LKSL, some questions have been asked in the Delphi developer community regarding certain descriptions in the article that I would like to explain for the benefit of others. “Why are you calling Lock and Unlock in the property ...
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Sunday, 21. September 2014

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Event-Driven, Asynchronous Development with Delphi and the LKSL (Part 2) – Events and Listeners

OTAPI – Introduction In the first part of this series of articles, I explained a couple of problems presented by the way the majority of us develop software today, and how a properly-designed Event Engine can solve those problems. I also covered some of the basic design principals for making an effective, ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #85

Nick Hodges – I have been spending a lot of time with XE7 lately, mainly working on presentations for EKON18.  I’m speaking on a number of topics, and thus have been running XE7 through the paces pretty well.  Impressions so far: Having Castalia as a free add-on is fantastic.  I’m ...
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Delphi’s Law of Sevens – XE7 is actually worth the upgrade!

OTAPI – To be completely clear… Before I get to the meat and potatoes of this article, I just want to make something absolutely clear right out of the gate. This endorsement is in no way influenced by Embarcadero, or my status as a Technology Partner and MVP. Embarcadero are not paying me, or ...
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Saturday, 20. September 2014

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Threading Evolved – High Precision Threads in the LKSL

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 ...
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