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Tuesday, 2. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab day 2: Adding artificial intelligence to TMS WEB Core apps

TMS Software Blog – There is no doubt about it that artificial intelligence is a hot topic. Wondering how this cool technology could be used by Delphi developers creating web applications, we researched how we could leverage existing technology. In the area of artificial intelligence, the Tensorflow.js library is one ...
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Reminder to self that this cleared itself: Delphi fails to start after Windows did some “Program Compatibility Assistant” magic…

The Wiert Corner – This repaired itself; weird: [WayBack] Delphi fails to start after Windows did some “Program Compatibility Assistant” magic to it when BDS.exe crashed because the compiler ran out of memory:… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+ –jeroen
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Introducing Water

RemObjects Blogs – I'm incredibly proud to annouce that as of last Friday, with Elements build .2331, we have officially started to ship Water, our brand new development environment (IDE) for Elements on Windows.Water has grown out of and been inspired by all the work, feedback and experience we got creating Fire, our ...
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Monday, 1. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab day 1: TMS WEB Core support for Google charts

TMS Software Blog – Two weeks of TMS lab visits From today till October 12, we'll have a daily visit in the TMS lab to see what the team is working on, experimenting with, researching... for future TMS WEB Core releases. For some of this work, there are already firm plans for adding this to upcoming releases, for ...

Friday, 28. September 2018

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Photos of September Delphi Events: London and Utrecht

Marco's Tech Blog – Delphi User Group Meeting, London A couple of weeks ago I was in London for personal reasons and teamed up with the UK Developers Group to attend their monthly meeting and talk about Delphi. I offered an introductory talk, some in depth on RAD Server compared to other web service technologies, ...
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Thursday, 27. September 2018

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Debugging Session – Brian Long, 2001

The Wiert Corner – I’m amazed how little things have changed when doing hardcore Delphi debugging: [WayBack] Debugging Session –jeroen
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Wednesday, 26. September 2018

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Scalable HTTP sockets for the cloud, Part 2 – grijjy blog

The Wiert Corner – Interesting stuff: In this article we will expand on our TgoHttpClient class by adding some core new features including non-blocking http responses, unifying HTTP 1.1, HTTP/S and HTTP/2 support into a common class… Source: [WayBack] Scalable HTTP sockets for the cloud, Part 2 – grijjy blog ...
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Tuesday, 25. September 2018

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Blogs on Embarcadero Community: Multi Tier Development and Enterprise SKU

Marco's Tech Blog – I haven't blogged much here in September, because I wrote two blog posts on the Embarcadero community site (given they were more official blog posts -- I generally blog on my personal blogs and the content is surfaced on the Embarcadero community): Build Flexible and Robust Apps with a ...
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Modern Object Pascal Introduction for Programmers

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Modern Object Pascal Introduction for Programmers via: [WayBack] Just to remind you of this wonderful overview of all the ObjectPascal features by +Michalis Kamburelis (and because the URL is not easy to remember)… – Joe C. Hecht – Google+ [WayBack] Just to remind you of ...
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Friday, 21. September 2018

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Experimenting Your Way to Better Test Automation

blog.gurock.com – Serena, the test manager was concerned. Up until a month ago, they operated under a strict waterfall environment. As much as she’d tried, the testers had no time to automate many of their tests. Now, they were moving to agile approaches. A month ago, they’d created cross-functional teams. The ...
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Thursday, 20. September 2018

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Continuous Testing with TestRail & AgileTestWare Webinar

blog.gurock.com – For all those who did, and for those who couldn’t make it along – here’s the video from yesterday’s Continuous Testing with TestRail webinar. Pangolin and TestRail During the webinar Sergey Oplavin and I discussed: What is Continuous Testing anyway? Issues measuring ...
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MahdiSafsafi/ImmersiveColors: Easy way to access Windows 10 Immersive colors

The Wiert Corner – Source: MahdiSafsafi/ImmersiveColors: Easy way to access Windows 10 Immersive colors via: [WayBack] This is just what I tried to find, but could not figure out what those colors are called :)But anyways some Delphi-superhero has done all work for us… – Tommi Prami – Google+ ...
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Wednesday, 19. September 2018

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Reminder to self: check if this has been solved – [RSP-19557] TParallel.Join does not create enough threads – Embarcadero Technologies

The Wiert Corner – Delphi 10.1 Berlin broke [RSP-19557] TParallel,Join does not create enough threads – Embarcadero Technologies. It was reported 9 months ago, and since it took quite some longer than a year for a new Delphi version to be released, I wonder if it is fixed by now. Related: [WayBack] Has this ...
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FREE TMS WEB Core event @London Oct 23, 2018

TMS Software Blog – Thanks to Jason Chapman and the UK DevGroup of enthusiast Delphi developers, we have been able to cooperate and organise a TMS WEB Core event in London on October 23, 2018! Bruno Fierens, CTO of tmssoftware.com will personally come to present TMS WEB Core, give live demonstrations, explain the ...
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Quick Algorithm: Get Ideal Size (Square like) For a Board Game Having an Arbitrary (but Even) Number of Fields

Zarko Gajic – Say you are developing a game like Chess, Go, Checkers, Tic-Tac-Toe or Memory. In each of those games the game board is a rectangle looking playfield of different size (rows x columns). Tic-Tac-Toe is 3×3, Checkers is 8×8, while Go can be 19×19 or 13×13 and similar. In a game ...
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