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Wednesday, 19. October 2011

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CodeRage 6 Tuesday October 18, URLs used in the session Q&As

Sip from the Firehose – CodeRage 6 day two is done.  Two days of free technical sessions are now completed.  Two and one half days of additional programming education are still to come.  Join us by registering for the remaining sessions.  The following are a collection of some of the URLs and Internet resources mentioned ...
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CodeRage 6 session replays for Tuesday, October 18

Sip from the Firehose – Tuesday’s CodeRage 6 session replays are now available on the Embarcadero Developer Network’s Code Central repository.  Join us tomorrow, Wednesday October 19 for more technical sessions by many of the top developers in our community. Also, check out the virtual exhibit hall where many ...
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IDE Fix Pack 4.5 developer snapshot

Andy's Blog – I’ve put IDE Fix Pack 4.5 back into development as it wasn’t as stable as I wanted it to be. But this also allows me to put new optimizations into the code and improve the performance of older optimizations. Furthermore I added support for RAD Studio XE2+Update 1. What has changed and what is new ...
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Tuesday, 18. October 2011

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CodeRage6 Second Day

Marco's Tech Blog – Second day at CodeRage6 with more sessions, replays, links, my source code and some interesting offers (including my ebook). Today's Sessions I had two more sessions at the online CodeRage6 conference today, covering REST servers (with jQuery clients) and REST clients against Azure, AWS, and ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #47

Nick Hodges – I may have won a lifetime, infinite subscription to Bitcasa, but I’m not above bucking for the same from DropBox.  These are the catalogs that try men's souls. Want to guarantee a lot of comments on a post in your blog?  Post some code.  You know, I swear, every single ...
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Welcome to CodeRage 6 Day Two - Tuesday, October 18

Sip from the Firehose – We’re here in Scotts Valley getting ready for the start of CodeRage 6 day two.  Lots more sessions covering RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2, Embarcadero Prism XE2, and FireMonkey.  We have lots of great speakers giving technical presentations and answering your ...
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CodeRage 6 - Delphi XE 2 and FireMonkey: 17-21 October 2011

About Delphi Programming – in CodeRage :: CodeRage 6 is five full days of 100% online technical sessions focused on software development and data management issues which you can attend from wherever you like to log in. In total there are 50 FREE technical sessions and most of them you surely do not want to miss! Join FREE ...
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CodeRage 6 Monday October 17, URLs used in the session Q&As

Sip from the Firehose – During the CodeRage 6 Day One, Monday, October 17, Q&A for the technical sessions we posted many URLs as part of the answers.  The following are just a few of the URLs I captured (and provided) as support for the great answers by the session presenters.  I’ll look through the Q&A log ...
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CodeRage 6 session replays for Monday, October 17

Sip from the Firehose – I’ve uploaded the CodeRage 6 session replays for Monday, October 17.  The MP4 video files are stored in CodeCentral on the Embarcadero Developer Network (EDN).  Sessions for Monday covered RAD Studio XE2, FireMonkey, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2, and Embarcadero Prism XE2. ...
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CodeRage6 First Day

Marco's Tech Blog – The first day of CodeRage 6 saw JT's Delphi product address and a number of in-depth technical sessions, including a couple of myself. Delphi Product Address The first session at CodeRage 6 was John Thomas (JT) RAD Studio product address (the first he has given). He introduced XE2 and ...
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Monitoring Desktop Heap Memory and troubleshooting issues (part II)

Random thoughts on coding – Now that we know what Desktop Heap Memory is and How works (Monitoring Desktop Heap Memory and troubleshooting issues (part I)), we can extend this functionality and retrieve the Heap size from our Delphi app and even better, create a new desktop with a specified heap size.To achieve this I am ...
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Monday, 17. October 2011

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Controling Delphi Applications using your THOUGHTS

OTAPI – I am proud to announce that I will shortly be releasing my Emotiv EPOC SDK (EDK) translated headers for Delphi! The Emotiv EPOC Neuroheadset is a PC hardware device enabling you to interact with software using your thoughts. Skeptical? I certainly understand that, given the number of other products ...
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Announcing the RemObjects Connect online support forum

RemObjects Blogs – Dear customers, Earlier this year, we introduced you to a beta version of our new web based support community that we created to replace our newsgroups (and go beyond). While here at RemObjects we’ve always been big fans of NNTP, we’re finding it increasingly difficult to ask new (and ...
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CodeRage 6 is live! Join the technical sessions…

Sip from the Firehose – CodeRage 6 started this morning, October 17, at 6am Pacific Time.  John Thomas, Director of Developer Tools Product Management is giving the RAD Studio Product Address.  You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using the #coderage6 tag. http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage Sessions - ...
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FireMonkey’s TCube & Tessellation

DelphiTools – If any of you had a look at FireMonkey’s TCube object, you might have noticed rendering it is quite slow and quite complex. If you were curious enough to look at the code, you might have noticed that TCube is actually a static mesh made up of 452 vertices, 1440 indices and 480 triangles, ...
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