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Tuesday, 10. April 2018

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A Simplified Agile Test Strategy for Cross-Environment Testing

blog.gurock.com – Cross-environment testing is viewed as a tedious and repetitive task, and it is generally a challenge to accommodate within the fast iterations of an agile life-cycle. I have worked as a tester on various agile teams and mostly in product-based companies, and I have seen first-hand the problems of ...
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What's In Store for Apple's Mac?

RemObjects Blogs – For decades, pundits have compared Apple’s Macintosh computers to Windows PCs. Recent articles about Apple’s Mac plans provide us with a look inside its hardware and software engineering efforts. They also reveal what Apple is doing to make such comparisons less relevant in the future. I'm going to ...
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Sunday, 8. April 2018

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Melbourne Meeting – April 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 16th April at 6 for 6:15pm start. Robert Horbury-Smith will introduce us to mORMot. The Mormot (usually written as mORMot to emphasize the Object Relational Model aspect of the product) presentation will provide a brief overview of the mORMot open-source library, which has over 2400 pages of ...
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Saturday, 7. April 2018

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Disable the Delphi clipboard history; originally by Attila Kovacs at https://plus.google.com/u/0/108426155215159556558/posts/6MBZuMYDTCD

The Wiert Corner – Delphi Clipboard History [WayBack] Castalia had a Clipboard History for Delphi since a long time and since the acquisition of it around Delphi XE8, that was [Archive.is] integrated into the IDE for everyone to use as the [WayBack] “Delphi Clipboard History” Some people object to the ...
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In Which I Pontificate About StackOverflow

Delphi-losophy – Joel Spolsky is kind of a hero to me. He was one of the first developer bloggers — one of the first guys to write about things that we developers were thinking about and talking about. He wrote classics like “The Joel Test” and stuck up for developer environments with “Bionic ...
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Thursday, 5. April 2018

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Shifting Left: Performance Testing at the Unit Testing Level

blog.gurock.com – Unit testing is important. Performance testing is important. You’ll get little argument from the people with boots on the ground, actually doing software development, that these tests matter a lot. Unit testing is widely practiced in development circles, particularly by programmers who have ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Kathryn Nest @ 23:00
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Do not use non-ASCII characters as identifiers – not all your tools support them well enough

The Wiert Corner – For a very long time I’ve discouraged people from using non-ASCII characters in identifiers. In the past, transliterations messed things up. Even with increased support for Unicode, tools still screw non-ASCII characters up. Delphi is not alone in this (the most important one is the DFM view ...
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Wizard to change Delphi Icon so it used the Projects’ Icon

The Wiert Corner – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+ wrote this: [WayBack] Just an inspiration from attila kovacs (too many guys with this name on G+ to…: A Delphi Wizard that adds a menu item so the Delphi Icon will change into the icon of the currently loaded project. Can be useful if you have many ...
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Wednesday, 4. April 2018

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Efficient and easy-to-use JSON and BSON library – grijjy blog

The Wiert Corner – Cool library for Delphi: [WayBack] Efficient and easy-to-use JSON and BSON library – grijjy blog On my list of stuff to use when I’m in need for JSON or BSON. –jeroen via: [WayBack] Looking for an efficient JSON/BSON library that supports a DOM, reader/writer interface and automatic ...
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Movie #132 - Obscure (. .) Syntax

LearnDelphi.TV – Do you have a keyboard without square brackets? Did you know this wont stop you from using arrays? What kind of craziness am I talking about, watch and find out. Back in the old days - well before Delphi, there were keyboards without square brackets, which could have meant writing Pascal would be ...
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Penetration Testing: Why Kali Is a Great First Toolset

blog.gurock.com – You don’t have to visit many “how-to” resources on penetration testing before you read something about Kali Linux, often just called Kali. It is one of the most common and accessible suites of pen testing tools available today. In fact, Kali has pretty much become synonymous with ...
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Tuesday, 3. April 2018

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LIVE! from the Embarcadero Austin Office

The PodCast at Delphi.org – We are LIVE! from the Embarcadero Austin Office today at 1:30 PM CDT Starting shortly. See you online!
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Object Pascal: Redefining Classes

TMS Software Blog – The redefinition of classes is a practical method to minimize the collision of names between classes, even using short identifiers. Introduction The Object Pascal language has a very useful feature which, I believe, is not widely used by developers. I do not know if there is a specific ...

Monday, 2. April 2018

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First steps with Lazarus Qt5 interface

Delphi and stuff – Steps for building and installing Qt5 for Lazarus Using a quick test project with partial code shown here: unit1.pas I'm using Qt 5.6.2 because that's the version with which Lazarus qt5 interface has been tested. You can experiment with later versions, too. Windows 32-bitUsing MinGW$(LazarusDir): ...
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Sunday, 1. April 2018

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2018 ADUG Symposium

Australian Delphi User Group Members – 2018 Symposium Event Update The Australian Delphi Users Group are hosting the 2018 ADUG Symposium in May Perth – Wednesday 23rd May 2018 Melbourne – Friday 25th May 2018 Click here for Full Details and Registration An early bird discount is available, so get in quick to secure your ...
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