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Tuesday, 27. November 2012

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Blast from the Past: Delphi Books and the Publishing Market

Nick Hodges – Yet another Blast from the Past.  This one was originally posted on May 2, 2006 and is another one that holds true six and a half years later.   It's fun to note that the number of Delphi books out there appears to be increasing as it becomes easier to publish and the bookstore ...
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Introducing “unit namespace”

DelphiTools – DWScript now has a new “unit namespace” feature, which aims at killing several birds with one stone: supporting “classic” namespace as found in Java or .Net supporting aggregate namespaces and conditional units supporting unit deprecation and splitting with backward- ...
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Extending Delphi Sets (And Other Simple Types) With Functions and Procedures

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Language :: The Understanding Delphi Class (and Record) Helpers introduces a feature of the Delphi language allowing you to extend the definition of a class or a record type by adding functions and procedures (methods) to existing classes and records without inheritance. In XE3 Delphi ...

Monday, 26. November 2012

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Review: Coursera Social Network Analysis class

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – I recently completed the Coursera Social Network Analysis class. This was my first time taking a Coursera class. In this post, I will describe my experience with Coursera generally, and review the Social Network Analysis class in particular. Along with several of my Spruce Media colleagues, I took ...
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Blast from the Past: Takes One to Know One

Nick Hodges – This one is a Blast from the Past -- I originally wrote and posted it on December 15, 2005 -- but it is as true today as it was then.  I even considered palming it off as fresh material. It's a standard Dilbert joke that managers are idiots.  One doesn't have to hang around ...
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Create Your Own Database Using Delphi's "File Of" Typed Files

About Delphi Programming – in FILE I/O :: type TMember = record   Name : string; end; var F : file of TMember; In my Delphi program I need a way of storing some information to the disk. I do not want to work with text files - there should be no easy way to see/alter the information in a file. No need for a "real" database ...
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Blog #14 - CodeRage 7 Finished, WellDUG & ClientDataSet video

LearnDelphi.TV – This is my 14th blog post and you can view this 7 minute video on YouTube.  In it I cover CodeRage 7, my presentation at WellDUG (the Wellington Delphi User Group) and mention my new commercial video on ClientDataSets (which is part 1 in a series).
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Saturday, 24. November 2012

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Flotsam and Jetsam #70

Nick Hodges – Looks like Bjarne Stroustrup himself will be part of the C++ portion of CodeRage7.  That's quite a coup. LeanTed now has its own URL:  http://www.leanted.com Anyone out there know about TSynEdit?  Which is the "one true version" that I should be using?  I'm ...
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Friday, 23. November 2012

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Be-Delphi 2.0 was even better than last year.

Devia – On the 22nd of november, Be-Delphi organised it's second delphi conference in Belgium. I was quite proud to be invited as a speaker again, together with some big names in the Delphi world like Brian Long, Marco Cantu, Pawel Glowacki, Bruno Fierens, Bob Swart and Filip Lagrou.What is Be-Delphi Well ...
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DataSnap Speed & Stability

The Delphi Geek – As the Roberto’s blog is not yet included in the DelphiFeeds concetrator, I’d like to bring to your attention his very interesting post: DataSnap analysis based on Speed & Stability tests. --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Embarcadero Academy: Live Bindings

The Delphi Geek – On Thursday, 29th I’ll be leading a workshop about LiveBindings and Visual LiveBindings in Ljubljana. The workshop will cover both XE2 and XE3 and will also cover differences between the VCL and FireMonkey implementation. Predavanje bo v slovenskem jeziku. Prijavite se tu. --- Published under ...
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Virtual TreeView - About & How To Install (Open Source Delphi Treeview Component)

About Delphi Programming – in Virtual TreeView :: While the TTreeView control (Win32 palette) is powerful enough for most of the tasks if your application is based on displaying hierarchical data, like folders and files, XML structure, any anything alike, you would soon realize that you need more power from a tree view like ...
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It’s a boy! My baby gift to you: $100 off Castalia for Delphi

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – Today in the United States, we celebrated Thanksgiving. This year, I have something extra special to be thankful for: On Tuesday, my wife gave birth to a health baby boy! We brought him home today, which is a good reason for festivity… To celebrate, I’m offering a $100 discount on new ...
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PGD Finally on DelphiFeeds.com

Pascal Game Development – Are you a fan of the DelphiFeeds.com RSS news syndication feed? Well then you'll be happy to know that the Pascal Game Development community is now included in the Delphi Feeds syndicated news feeds. In fact this very news post is being fed to all subscribers of the RSS feed and of their Twitter ...
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Site Hack Removed Finally! Updates Soon to Follow!

Pascal Game Development – Hello all! Thanks to the great work done by Christina Warne, aka AthenaOfDelphi, the nasty little hack that has plagued PGD for some time is now removed. Thus, we are no longer sullied by an add for some kind of random
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