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Friday, 30. November 2012

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EKON16 and Mobile Studio

The Hacker's Corner – This post is a little late. My apologies. I had the great honor of keynoting at EKON16 in Dusseldorf earlier in November. I presented RAD Studio XE3 and our RAD Studio road map. I also did a well attended session "What’s Cooking in the Labs". I gave a sneak preview of Mobile Studio for about ...
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And now for something a little different..

Stephen Ball – I was struck last week at the differences between prices in different countries when I went to buy some chewing gum in Norway. It worked out at over £1.50 for a small packet! The same thing in the UK would be about 50p So this got me thinking… If gum was a currency, (well it is something we can all ...
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Blast From the Past: Stuff that Bugs Me

Nick Hodges – I don't know what I ate on April 1, 2006, but apparently it didn't sit well. Message boxes that ask a Yes/No question, but give you Ok/Cancel buttons.   I mean, come on. If you are asking a "Yes or No" question, how tough is it to tell the dialog to have Yes and No ...
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SmartInspect for Visual Studio 2012 and Delphi XE3

blog.gurock.com – We just released SmartInspect 3.3.4, a new version of our Java, Delphi and .NET logging tool. The new version contains the following enhancements: Support for Visual Studio 2012 Support for Delphi XE3 Bugfixes for Delphi 64bit Customers with a valid support plan can download the new version from ...
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DataSnap Webinar Material and BE-Delphi Code and Slides

Marco's Tech Blog – Here are some tidbits I promised in terms of source code and slides for recent sessions. BE-Delphi Material Slides (in PDF) of my Windows 8 session at BE-Delphi Slides (in PDF) of my Getting ready for Mobile session at BE-Delphi Source code for two simple demos I showed in ...
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Thursday, 29. November 2012

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Conferences: SDE+, Next Monday

Marco's Tech Blog – Last conference of the year (and second as Delphi Product Manager), next Monday in the Netherlands, in Papendal. The conference is not a full 2-days SDN conference, but an extended one day event (SDE), hence the plus. Information (in Dutch) at ...
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Blast from the Past: Why You Should Choose Delphi

Nick Hodges – Another classic for the Blast from the Past file, this time from CodeFez on November 27, 2004.  Eight years is a long time for Delphi to be dying.    People are always asking “Why would I use Delphi when I can use C#? Why would I go with Borland's tool when Visual Studio and ...
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Of Threads, Stacks and RAM – Part 2

Te Waka o Delphi – In the previous post in this series, we saw that the number of threads that a given process could support was determined by a number of factors, of which the stack size reserved for each thread was key. We also saw how we could change the stack size used by our application and how this [...]
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InterBase XE3 Update 1 available

Olaf Monien – For the Interbase XE3 Server, Embarcadero has published a new Update (11.01.429) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29194 This List of Bugs are fixed now INTB-1693 Trying to encrypt a database with AES puts database in an unusable state if “strong encryption” is not licensed (as in Developer ...
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InterBase XE3 Update 1 available

Daniel Magin's Weblog – For the Interbase XE3 Server, Embarcadero has published a new Update (11.01.429) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29194 This List of Bugs are fixed now INTB-1693 Trying to encrypt a database with AES puts database in an unusable state if "strong encryption" is not licensed (as in Developer ...
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Wednesday, 28. November 2012

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Embarcadero’s continuing commitment to C, C99 and C++

Sip from the Firehose – With the upcoming release of our new C++Builder compiler for 64-bit Windows (will have C++11 standard support), Embarcadero Technologies continues our commitment for the C, C99 and C++ languages that started on May 13, 1987 with the first release of Turbo C version 1.0.  The C++Builder 64-bit ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 19:16
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DataSnap, Deployment, Performance, and More

Marco's Tech Blog – My DataSnap webinar is running right now (I'm listening to myself while blogging), it will be available as a reply and you can still attend the second and third rounds this evening and in the night (European time). To sign up, enter your data at http://forms.embarcadero.com/forms ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 17:37
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Of Threads, Stacks and RAM – Part 1

Te Waka o Delphi – Roberto Schneiders recently drew my attention to the first post on his new blog (which I can recommend as a good read ), presenting the results of some performance testing of DataSnap that he had been involved with which proved to be very interesting (if initially somewhat disappointing). But my ...
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Tuesday, 27. November 2012

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Lunch and Learn with David I, December 4 & 6 - What’s New in FireMonkey 2

Sip from the Firehose – Join me for my second lunch and learn one hour webinar, during your lunch time in the US and Canada. You will learn how to use the new features of FireMonkey 2 available in RAD Studio XE3, Delphi XE3 and C++Builder XE3.  Using FireMonkey 2, I’ll show you how to build Windows and Mac ...
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What’s in a Name(space) ?

Te Waka o Delphi – The ever evolving DWScript project continues to advance the Pascal language at an impressive pace. Just today it was announced that this scripting version of Pascal now has “namespace” support. When I first read the details of the implementation, my initial reaction was that it ...
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