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Friday, 12. August 2011

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Delphi Debugging - Debugging Techniques in Delphi and Bug Prevention

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi dubugging :: Even if you did write a program in disciplined, well-structured, careful manner, you probably still need to debug it to find some bugs. Delphi offers great debugging tools and when you know how to use them, you will surely save a lot of time finding the exact reason of the ...
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PlanSwift is looking for Delphi developers near Salt Lake City Area

Sip from the Firehose – PlanSwift is looking for several great Delphi developers near Salt Lake City Utah or anywhere (work from home) - http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/sof/2531539244.html From the Craigs List posting: Software development using Delphi 2007 or 2009, Job duties will involve analysis, design, coding, ...
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Thursday, 11. August 2011

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Building my own Delphi Physics Engine part VIII

Random thoughts on coding – TDPE is almost ready and it will not take long to release the first stable library!. I am eager to continue working on the project trying to sort out different physic scenarios  to make my dynamic engine even more realistic. Do not hesitate to give it a try as you will find ...
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Wednesday, 10. August 2011

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Delphi Live Early Bird Discount

Delphi Insider – We just sent out this email about Delphi Live. I'm planning to be there and looking forward to seeing everyone there and maybe even interviewing you to create some videos for our web site. Delphi Live! – The Delphi Developer Conference 2011  September 12-14, 2011 San Jose, CA  Early ...
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Calculating Pi

Nick Hodges – More Stuff I found on my Embarcadero Blog. I believe that my unusual use of the case statement caused a bit of a stir.  I still like using case in this way…. This was fun to write.  I read this interesting post on StackOverflow, which had an answer about asking interview questions, and ...
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Tweets and Retweets #23

Marco's Tech Blog – In slow mode (it's August and I'm not well connected here on the hills), mostly on XE2 and FireMonkey MarcoCantu Delphi Day 2011 Pictures by Andrea Magni are at http://t.co/ekLTSXi Wed Jul 27 10:18:46 + ...
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Windows authorization: Adding/Removing users from local groups

The Wiert Corner – Though there are API ways to add users to local groups in Delphi, you need the JwaLmAccess unit from the JEDI API library project to import those. Sometimes that is not feasible, and sometimes you want to just script things. For those, you can use the Windows net localgroup command (if you have ...
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Delphi Plugin – Per-Project Packages (More Info)

OTAPI – I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone whom has thus far expressed an interest in the new Delphi (2007 to XE2) plugin I’m currently working on… thank you! Now, I’ve got more information to share about this plugin and what it can (and, just as importantly, can’t) ...
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Tuesday, 9. August 2011

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Dotted unit names in Delphi

The Programming Works – For some time now (probably since Delphi 2005; at least the feature is present in Delphi 2007) Delphi has support for dotted unit names (like myLib.myUtils.pas). A fully qualified unit name (myLib.myUtils.pas) consists of a scope prefix (myLib) and a scoped or partially qualified unit name ...

Monday, 8. August 2011

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Announcing: Per-Project Component Packages

OTAPI – Per-Project Component Packages Have you ever wanted to be able to distribute a demo composed of your own components, and have them able to load your demo without first having to install your component packages? Have you ever wanted to be able to streamline the Delphi IDE (improving performance) by ...
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Embarcadero Reinvents App Development!

Pawel Glowacki – The word is out!  I’m so excited! It looks like the upcoming Delphi XE2 release is going to be the most significant since version 1! Embarcadero truly reinvents application development. With the new FireMonkey app dev platform you can target Windows, Mac OS X and iOS from the same source ...
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The Traps of The If Then Else Statement in Your Delphi Code

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi for Beginners :: In Delphi, the if statement is used to test for a condition and then execute sections of code based on whether that condition is True or False. Watchout for If Then Else traps if you are a beginner using nested if statements. Read the full article to learn about The Traps ...

Saturday, 6. August 2011

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Want more…Peace

Sip from the Firehose – Today is August 6th, Hiroshima Day.  Sixty-six years ago, an atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima.  Three days later, another bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki.  Last year, I fulfilled one of my all-time travel dreams, and visited Hiroshima.  Seeing the atomic bomb dome, touring ...
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Friday, 5. August 2011

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FireMonkey First Video (By Andreano)

Marco's Tech Blog – Andreano Lanusse of Embarcadero has released an initial video of a Delphi FireMonkey application running on Win32, Mac OSX, and iOS (emulator). The blog post is here. The video is below: This was also blogged by Tim Anderson. What is really interesting (and by now the best ...
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FireMonkey, or another failure monkey?

sandon.it – It's now confirmed and made public that FireMonkey (let aside its ill-fated name, for now) will be the Delphi cross-platform GUI framework. FireMonkey, aka KsDev VgScene/DXScene is a vector based GUI framework. So it looks after two attempts failed to build a cross platform library first on Qt (CLX) ...
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