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Wednesday, 16. May 2018

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Delphi Mqtt Clients

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive via: [WayBack] Delphi Mqtt Client (Use Indy)https://github.com/wizinfantry/delphi-mqtt-client – 오대우 – Google+ [WayBack] wizinfantry/delphi-mqtt-client: Delphi Mqtt Client (Use Indy) [WayBack] pjde/delphi-mqtt: MQTT server and client components for Delphi Background ...
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Managing Mobile Testing Projects

blog.gurock.com – Managing a test team for one project is relatively simple. You spend some time getting to know the developers and their productivity and skill levels, then you hire tester specialists as needed. You have one main flow of work to production to keep track of. Add another platform, web and mobile, and ...
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Linux Mint 18 and UEFI boot manager

The Programming Works – Recently I was installing Linux Mint on a new Acer laptop with UEFI boot manager. The laptop came with preinstalled “Endless OS” which turned out to be useless because of absence of a package manager. I’ve created Linux Mint 18.3 bootable USB using Rufus, and chosen “GPT ...
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Delphi: a pattern for a generic factory, this one for components, but can be uses for anything having a base class like a TThread descendant.

The Wiert Corner – Generics and constraints in Delphi as still a bit of pain. A while ago, I needed a factory for threads. It was more convoluted than I meant it to be, so I had a short chat with Stefan Glienke. He came up with an example similar to the one below. I tore it apart so you can on each line see what the ...
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Movie #133 - Minesweeper (and other random things)

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we have a quick look at some code I've written to produce a Minesweeper clone - in both the VCL and partially in FireMonkey, check it out on YouTube, it's about 10 minutes long.

Tuesday, 15. May 2018

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Delphi WSDL default importer settings

The Wiert Corner – Note to self (as the WSDL importer has trouble with WSDL files that include XSD files having xsd:group definitions), the default settings of the importer in the UI: -Oa -Od -Oe -Of -Oh -Oi -Oj -Oo -Op -Ot -Ou -Ov -Ox This matches the output from the WSDLImp.exe default settings as well (larger ...
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Comments Disabled

The Art of Delphi Programming – To minimize the effort needed to comply with the GDPR rules, as of today all comments are disabled until further notice. I plan to reactivate comments when I can get reliable instructions on how to make it work according to GDPR. Unfortunately it is not done with just adding a checkbox to get ...
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Announcing TestRail 5.5 Release with Ranorex Integration, GDPR, Admin, UI and Performance Enhancements

blog.gurock.com – We’re very pleased and excited to announce that TestRail 5.5 is now available and will be coming to a cloud instance near you very shortly if it hasn’t already done so! For this dot release we’ve continued our theme of making improvements to the administration area of TestRail, in ...
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Delphi – finding published event handlers that have lost their binding from the DFM

The Wiert Corner – The scripts in these links didn’t work well enough for me: [WayBack] Q: Is there a tool to find code that was written as an event-handler, but decoupled in the DFM – Vin Colgin – Google+Bash script at [WayBack] http://pisil.de/events.txt and [WayBack] ...
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Monday, 14. May 2018

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See you in Piacenza!

The Delphi Geek – It is now official - I'll be participating both as a seminar and as a conference speaker on Delphi Day 2018 in Piacenza. This is a new experience for me - I had quite some presentations in Italy so far and I know that Italians are both great participants and excellent hosts, but I was never part of ...
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Friday, 11. May 2018

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Prepping up for GPDR

DelphiTools – As you have probably been made aware by the flurry of privacy policy updates in your mailbox, GPDR is coming. While I am not convinced GDPR will not turn into a perfect showcase for “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”, this is also a good opportunity to update BeginEnd.net ...
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Performance Testing in an Ephemeral Environment

blog.gurock.com – Awhile back I had an interesting problem to solve. I was involved with refactoring a cloud-based application that did intensive data analysis on very large data sets. The entire application —business logic, analysis algorithm and database — lived in a single virtual machine. Every time the analysis ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 11:00

Wednesday, 9. May 2018

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5 Myths about Test Driven Development

blog.gurock.com – I’ve seen a lot of misconceptions, or myths about test driven development over the years. Why? Well, it’s hard to say directly why. Indirectly, it’s easy. I’ve spent a lot of the last half decade not just practicing TDD, but teaching it. This includes video courses, blog ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 01:00

Monday, 7. May 2018

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May 25 is TMS XData training day, the day after TMS RADical Web Day

TMS Software Blog – Our TMS XData expert Wagner R. Landgraf travels from Brasil to Germany especially for the TMS RADical Web training day on May 24th at Marienfeld, Germany. TMS XData is the tool for Delphi developers to enable creating fast, easy and secure REST APIs to access cloud databases from desktop, mobile and ...
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Speech links: How to be rich

Coding with the enemy – Mr chairman, fellow toastmasters and guests.Recently I was enjoying my jet-setting hobby of visiting international airports.  I was sitting in the departure lounge at Singapore airport when a man walked up to me and said "Hi Sean, how are you".  It was Thomas; we had inadvertently booked ...
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