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Monday, 21. March 2016

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Webinar this Thursday, March 24: Migrating from Delphi 2007 to 10 Seattle: Easy!

Sip from the Firehose – Jim McKeeth, Embarcadero's global lead evangelist, is presenting a webinar "Migrating from Delphi 2007 to 10 Seattle: Easy!" this Thursday, March 24 at 6am, 11am and 5pm Pacific Daylight Time. Jim will show developers, who still using Delphi 2007, how to move your projects forward to Delphi 10 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? davidi@embarcadero.com @ 17:09
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Considerations on StackOverflow 2016 Developer Survey

Marco's Tech Blog – The popular StackOverflow site has released the results of their developers survey. which includes some interesting information -even if it skewed towards web developers. You can read the complete results at  http://stackoverflow.com/research/developer-survey-2016. In this blog post ...
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Perth Meeting – March 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Perth Delphi Meeting The Perth ADUG folk are meeting on Tuesday 22 March Where Artifactory  8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017 When 6pm start Topics: * Peter Thönell on Object Oriented design patterns, PtEvents and PtSettings from FOSS library and more.  … Continue reading ›
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Sunday, 20. March 2016

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TMS Day followup: TMS FlexCel

TMS Software Blog – Back from TMS day I am personally very happy with everything about the TMS day. It took 26 hours flying plus 6 hours in a car trip to Germany so I could speak for an hour, but it was completely worth it. There is still something magical about face to face communications, something that is lost in ...

Saturday, 19. March 2016

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Testing new Windows 10 components of Delphi 10 Seattle

Random thoughts on coding – It's been a while since I got my Delphi 10 Seattle and I really love its new Windows 10 components and styles. I have already played with it and I can say that these new components are really slick and will make your apps really stand out. I've tried the TSplitView and the ActivityIndicator which ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #112

Delphi-losophy – Been a while, eh?  Obviously the biggest news to cover is the Idera acquisition.  By now I’m sure you all are aware that Idera Software has acquired Embarcadero. (It always seems strange to me when a smaller company bys a bigger one, but never mind….)  They’ve done an interesting ...
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Friday, 18. March 2016

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Fuzz Testing in Delphi

DelphiTools – I am a big fan of TBCEditor by Lasse Rautiainen, in case you have not heard about it, it is fork of SynEditthat diverged very significantly and includes support for code folding, fully JSON-based syntax highlighters, minimap and many other features. Of course a code editor is a very complex piece of ...
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Thursday, 17. March 2016

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The Default magic function in Delphi

The Wiert Corner – Stefan Glienke worded it perfectly: Default(typeIdentifier) is a “magic” function that is implemented into the compiler and causes it to generate the correct code – like for records with managed fields it generates a call to FinalizeRecord and some instructions to zero the ...
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Wednesday, 16. March 2016

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Congratulations to today’s RAD Studio webinar WINNER!

Pawel Glowacki – Today I have been running with Stephen Ball from our UK office the webinar on Top reasons to upgrade to Enterprise version of RAD Studio 10 Seattle. The topics covered ranged from FireDAC database connectivity, through FireMonkey Multi-Device development, to building scalable, multitier Enterprise ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 13:57
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Writing a Windows Shell Extension

Marco's Tech Blog – This is a technical article covering the content of my last week skill sprint about Writing Windows Shell Extensions in Delphi. Not really a new concept, but worth sharing. In any case, resources for the skill sprint (including video reply) are at http://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/skill- ...
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What is Your Favorite Delphi Demo?

The PodCast at Delphi.org – When you are showing Delphi to someone for the first time, what demo do you turn to? There is so much Delphi can do there really isn’t only one thing that sets it apart. Of course the classic demo is the button, edit box and list box. I’ve just that one a lot, and it is a good way to ...
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Tuesday, 15. March 2016

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Testers wanted for “ADAPT”, replacement for the LKSL

OTAPI – I’m currently looking for testers wishing to take a look at the rapidly-evolving “ADAPT” library, which is a full replacement for Simon’s “LaKraven Studios Standard Library” or “LKSL”. ADAPT is a ground-up rewrite, but in very-much the same spirit as ...
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Monday, 14. March 2016

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Delphi: disable or change your welcome page to not use the Embarcadero site (as that site has been hacked twice this weekend)

The Wiert Corner – Initial hack – image via the forums server. This weekend, the Embarcadero web site was hacked by AnonCoders. Not once (see also G+ link and DelphiPraxis link and image) but at least twice (see also G+ link and image and Delphi Praxis link and image) where the initial hacked simple text ...
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Using the Mail Chimp API to target the right customers

Stephen Ball – MailChimp Integration I would never think of building a tire to use on my car, I’d buy one that is refined, tested and works! So why do so many developers insist in re-inventing the wheel? I was talking to a Developer recently who wanted to build a mass emailing system to add value to their ...
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Bad Delphi Code Competition: entries closed

Parnassus – Thank you to everyone who entered the Bad Delphi Code Competition. Entries are now closed.I’ll be looking at the entries (together with Roman Yankovsky, who kindly donated a copy of FixInsight as an additional prize) probably over the next week. Look out for a blog post and winner announcement ...
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