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Thursday, 13. July 2017

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Data Abstract, Remoting SDK & Hydra Interim Updates

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. just a quick note that while work is ongoing for Data Abstract and Remoting SDK 9.3, which will be significant feature updates later in the fall, we have just released a small interim update for RO/DA 9.2. Versioned at 9.2.103.1311, this update collects a number of bug-fixes and minor ...
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A slightly optimized TDateTime functions (YearOf, MonthOf, DayOf) …

The Wiert Corner – Besides the optimised versions of these functions, I learned the most from these comments:  The DivMod should be faster. Should really be a single division. The CPU instruction will give you both div and mod from a single instruction. No point doing the divide twice. ...
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BorCon 97, 20 years ago, Star Wars, 40 years ago

The Wiert Corner – Marco Cantu (right) and Jeroen Pluimers (left) in 1997 The BorCon 97 opening – today 20 years ago – was so much fun: the a Star Wars like opening crawl about a tiny company fighting the – then regarded – Evil Empire called Microsoft. It was back in the days when lots of new ...
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Wednesday, 12. July 2017

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INzECItF6ew Delphi, where are you? 

The Wiert Corner – From a while ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INzECItF6ew Delphi, where are you? YouTube video C++ Cool Debugging Tips and Tricks –jeroen –jeroenFiled under: C++, Delphi, Development, Software Development
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Announcing TestRail 5.4 Platform Release with PHP 7.0 Support, Windows and SQL Server Updates

blog.gurock.com – Making sure that our test management tool TestRail works great in all environments and that TestRail can easily be installed and maintained has a high priority for us. So today we are happy to announce the availability of TestRail 5.4, a new platform release that introduces full support for PHP ...
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5 Software Testing Podcasts to Entertain, Educate, Inform and Inspire You

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Simon Knight. Simon Knight works with teams of all shapes and sizes as a test lead, manager & facilitator, helping to deliver great software by building quality into every stage of the development process. If you’ve worked with testers or programmers, or are one ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 10:00
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4 Years at Embarcadero Technologies

The PodCast at Delphi.org – This week I am celebrating my 4 year anniversary at Embarcadero Technologies. Time has flown by and a lot has happened. Mostly a lot of good milestones. One of my favorite things is experimenting with developing on new devices, so I thought I would list some the new platforms and devices I’ve ...
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Monday, 10. July 2017

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Melbourne Meeting – July 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 17th July at 6 for 6:15pm start. Graeme Keast will give a short presentation on his code to write objects to JSON, and how he uses RTTI to achieve this. Then John McDonald will give a short presentation on Streams.… Continue reading ›
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Movie #115 - Syntax Highlighting Colors

LearnDelphi.TV – Have you changed your default colors in Delphi?  If not you probably should.  With adjusting the colors you can gain greater insight into your code, you can reduce the strain on your eyes and you can make Delphi look just plain cooler.  This video is four and a half minutes long and you can watch it ...
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Movie #116 - Fractals, Parallel Programing, Code Optimization and Cross Platform

LearnDelphi.TV – This was a talk that I did for the ADUG Winter Symposium (4-Aug-2016) in Sydney. In it I build a cross-platform (Windows/Android) application for calculating fractals. It's on fractals, code optimizations and parallel programming. The images and details about the super-computers is from Wikipedia ...
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Movie #117 - Bowling game code kata

LearnDelphi.TV – This is the classic bowling game code kata, it's an illustration of test driven development. I was first made aware of it in one of Uncle Bob's (Robert C Martin) videos on CleanCoders.com.  I've produced this as an example of doing it using Delphi. This video was produced for the Intensive Delphi ...
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Movie #118 - User Interface Security

LearnDelphi.TV – If you think that disabling a control will prevent a user from using that control then you need to watch this video.  As a quick summary: if you can get the windows handle of a control, you can send messages to that control and changes it's properties.
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Movie #119 - TcxTextEdit from DevExpress

LearnDelphi.TV – I'm going to be taking a look at some of the controls offered by DevExpress, who commercially produce 3rd party controls for Delphi.  Check out this 10 minute introduction to TcxTextEdit.
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Movie #120 - TListView Design Mode in FireMonkey

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we take a look at the ListView design mode that has been added to Delphi 10.1 Berlin. It allows you to customize the layout of the ListView Items without writing any code - in fact in this entire demo I write no code at all.
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Movie #121 - Using reFind to fix System.UITypes warning

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we take advantage of the fact that reFind can add units to the uses of a unit and we make use of this to remove (in bulk) the  "Inline function 'MessageDlg' has not been expanded because unit 'System.UITypes' is not specified in USES list" compiler hint.  Watch it here.
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