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Wednesday, 6. July 2011

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Code Quality: the rate of WTFs

The Wiert Corner – OSnews has an interesting view on code quality: the number of WTFs/minute. I know it is from 2008, but it is so true, so I’m glad I re-found it. –jeroen via: wtfm.jpg (500×471). Filed under: .NET, Agile, Delphi, Development, Opinions, Software Development
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Tuesday, 5. July 2011

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Want more…Time

Sip from the Firehose – We each have a finite amount of time on this planet.  I’m sure that you all want to enjoy every moment of every day, I do!  Groucho Marx said, "Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana." John F. Kennedy said, "We must use time as a tool, not as a crutch". The Mitch Jagger and Keith ...
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Castalia’s Inline Variable Declaration

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – One of the biggest complaints I hear about Delphi syntax is the need to declare variables at the top of a function before they can be used. Other languages, like C++ or java, let you declare a variable at any point in your code. I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, I believe that ...
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Generating QR-Code Using Delphi

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Barcodes :: A QR code is a specific barcode that gained popularity during the last years when mobile phones with cameras allowed mobile phone users to quickly scan the image and get more info on a product, business, event, offer, URL address, ... QR (quick response) codes can be used to ...
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winapi – Best way to do non-flickering, segmented graphics updates in Delphi? – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Recently, Jon Lennart Aasenden (of Surface Library fame) asked a nice winapi – Best way to do non-flickering, segmented graphics updates in Delphi question on StackOverflow. Though the question is marked Delphi, the boundaries and solution very generic, and apply to any graphics library or GUI ...
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Book Review #12 - Delphi XE Handbook

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video I review Marco Cantu's Delphi XE Handbook.  Watch it on YouTube then buy it from Amazon
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Book Review #12 - Delphi XE Handbook

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video I review Marco Cantu's Delphi XE Handbook (http://www.marcocantu.com/handbooks/). Watch it on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyiUqt56qAw) then buy it...
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Book Review #11 - JavaScript: The Good Parts

LearnDelphi.TV – Not a Delphi Book this time, here is a brief book review of JavaScript: The Good Parts, by Douglas Crockford....
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Delphi IDE Theme Editor – Now supports Lazarus

The Road to Delphi – The Delphi IDE Theme Editor now supports the Lazarus IDE , so you can use any of the themes included in the installer or make your own theme. you can add the themes to the Lazarus IDE coping the generated themes (check  the Themes Lazarus folder in the installation path or download  the included ...
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Monday, 4. July 2011

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Cooper in 3D with JMonkeyEngine3

RemObjects Blogs – One of the great things about Cooper is that it gives you access to the whole wide world of Java libraries. So besides now being able to build Android applications with Oxygene (Objects Pascal), you can now access any of the wide range of Java libraries with your favorite language. JMonkeyEngine3 is ...
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Delphi Msbuild

Random thoughts on coding – Msbuild has been included since Delphi 2007 to automate our Delphi builds and manage our projects in a better way. I have developed a custom application to provide automated Builds for Delphi (2007 / 2009 / 2010 / XE -Win32) using MSBuild. The app called Thundax Delphi Builder is available ...
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Want more…Freedom

Sip from the Firehose – It’s the Fourth of July (Independence Day) here in the US.  This is a day to celebrate freedom (and maybe to blow some things up).  When you think of the word freedom, what comes to mind?  There are many songs about freedom - http://www.mcgath.com/freesongs.html.  There are many people who are ...
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Dynamic arrays for DWScript

DelphiTools – SVN version of DWS adds a long-missing functionality in DWS: dynamic arrays. They provide a language-based alternative to the list and collections classes that had to be used so far. They extend the “new” keyword for instantiation, and introduce pseudo-method semantics in addition to the ...
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What Was Your First (Not a "Hello World" Type) Delphi Application?

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi :: When you want to learn a new programming language you pick a book or find an online tutorial. The first project you will create would be a "hello world" type of application - such a program should be one of the simplest programs possible in a computer programming language. After a few ...
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Delphi XE preview videos

Random thoughts on coding – Here you can see the latest videos from embarcadero talking about the new version of Delphi called Delphi XE.First preview:this second preview covers some of the third party tools that will be part of Delphi XE:FinalBuilder, used to manage the build processThe ability to invoke IDE operations (like ...
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