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Tuesday, 7. June 2016

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Delphi Developer Days 2016

Delphi-losophy – I’m quite happy to announce that I’ll be part of Delphi Developer Days with Cary Jensen this year.  I’m honored to be included, as DDD has long been a successful, interesting, and educational event.  I’m joining a list of distinguished Delphi speakers who have participated in the past. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nickhodges@gmail.com @ 20:09
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Cool App Contender: AtlasBuilder

The PodCast at Delphi.org – The next contender for the Cool App Contest that I am highlighting is AtlasBuilder by Kollányi Péter from Hungary. AtlasBuilder makes it easy to create an atlas and pack it into an encrypted db. Then generate a ‘viewer’ app.  Built with Delphi for Windows using VCL, the Parallel ...
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Delphi Developer Days 2016 with Nick Hodges and Cary Jensen

Let's Get Technical – It is my great pleasure to announce that Nick Hodges will be joining me for this year's Delphi Developer Days tour, which will visit the United States, Europe, and Scandinavia late this autumn. Delphi Developer Days are intense, two-day training events focusing on Delphi, the cross-platform, rapid ...
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Monday, 6. June 2016

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New "Unified Class Syntax coming in Oxygene 8.4

RemObjects Blogs – Another area where we're making some significant improvements for the upcoming Elements 8.4 release is the Oxygene language itself. We haven't made any drastic changes to Oxygene in a while, but we have several new features planned, one of which I want to look at today: Unified Class Syntax. Very ...
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Cool App Contender: HOP (Hunger Obesity Prevention) App

The PodCast at Delphi.org – There were a lot of amazing apps submitted for the Embarcadero Cool App Contest. Last month’s winner was 1Password for Windows. Any entries that don’t win one month, are automatically eligible for the next month. We will have our next winner shortly. In the meantime I thought I would ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 14:38
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Webinar Video about Submitting Apps to Mobile Stores

Marco's Tech Blog – A video fragment of last week Mobile Development webinar with my portion of the recording, covering submitting apps to the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, is available on YouTube, at https://youtu.be/-JNGEvKbfeU. While it is not a detailed step by step tutorial -- that could take hours -- ...
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Book: Dependency Injection in Delphi

Delphi-losophy – My new book, “Dependency Injection in Delphi” is getting close to being published.  It is a deep dive into Dependency Injection and the Spring4D DI Container.  It’s going to be about 90 pages long or so, depending on the exact size the book ends up being.  I’ll be publishing it first ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nickhodges@gmail.com @ 00:21

Sunday, 5. June 2016

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More on 1Password’s Components

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Stefan van As of 1Password fame sent me a more exhaustive list of the libraries and tools used in 1Password. I thought I would share it with everyone. He also recently started blogging about security, software development and Delphi. Here is an overview of the 3rd party components used in 1Password: ...
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Friday, 3. June 2016

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FireMonkey and the Android Misconception

The PodCast at Delphi.org – When it comes to Delphi, C++Builder and FireMonkey’s support for Android, there are 5 caveats.: ARM Cortex-A series CPU (not Intel Atom) ARMv7 Instructions NEON Technology GPU Specific versions of Android At one point there was some attempts made to make a list of devices that were supported ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 22:41
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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #43

Marco's Tech Blog – Another round of news and links related with Delphi, including some old one I had to research for my part of the mobile webinar this week. Blog Post of the Week Not sure if I want to start a regular "blog post of the week" contest, but if I were this week winner would definitely be Jim's ...
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What is Delphi’s DNA?

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I was chatting with someone today who was less familiar with Delphi. He asked what is it about Delphi that makes so many people continue to love it. I thought I would share my answer and see what everyone else thinks. Developer productivity – When Delphi was first introduced it was going head ...
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Thursday, 2. June 2016

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SmartBear AQTime links

The Wiert Corner – Since they’re hard to find on-line, and sometimes I need them when not having access to my collective browser or email history: http://downloads.smartbear.com/AQALicenseManager.exe http://downloads.smartbear.com/AQtimeDemo.exe http://downloads.smartbear.com/AQtime824.exe ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:00
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Survey Results for the First Annual Delphi Code Monkey Survey

Delphi Code Monkey – There were 373 respondents but the statistics shown here only reflect a portion of that, because SurveyMonkey wants $25 US from me to give me fully detailed results. Given that the final numbers are unlikely to be much different from these, I'm going to leave these as they are.  30% of ...
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MVP of the Week: Alister Christie

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Alister Christie of New Zealand is our MVP of the Week. Alister is the master of Delphi video trainings with his site at LearnDelphi.tv. He has over 100 free videos, and then over 30 more hours of premium videos. A great resource for people new to Delphi development, or anyone who wants to take ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 00:11

Wednesday, 1. June 2016

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Recent C++ blog posts worth reading and my CppCon2016 presentation submissions...

Sip from the Firehose – I've submitted two session proposals to the upcoming CppCon2016, the C++ Conference. The talks that I have submitted are "A Tale of Two WG21 ISO C++ Language Proposals: Concepts and Unified Call Syntax" and "UI prototyping and Internet of Things development for multiple devices using an ...
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