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Saturday, 26. August 2017

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Testers Diary – Moving From Silo to Team Room

blog.gurock.com – In a previous diary, I spoke a little bit about how testing looked before I moved into the development team room. “Throw it over the wall” was a pretty accurate description. A product spent months in development, sometimes over a year. Then, when it was getting close to ‘done’, the test team would ...
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Friday, 25. August 2017

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More beautiful code by Asbjørn Heid

The Wiert Corner – If you’re in Delphi land, then Asbjørn Heid is a a guy to follow on G+. He has some brilliant snippets (most can be found on paste.ie by searching for Asbjørn Delphi site:paste.ie). This is actually one set: Working code: Tuple duple – Paste.ie – Irish For Pastebin [WayBack] ...
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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [1. The Language]

The Delphi Geek – Part 1: The LanguageThis article provides an informal definition of a simple language (a.k.a. "The Language") I am writing a compiler for. If you are new to this series, I would recommend to start reading with this post.Let's start with a simple example which calculates an i-th Fibonacci ...
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Thursday, 24. August 2017

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Announcing Elements 9.2

RemObjects Blogs – I'm happy to let you know that earlier this week we shipped Elements 9.2, the latest update to our multi-platform development tool chain. Building on the strong foundation of our previous 9 and 9.1 releases, this build once again brings a slew of bug fixes, enhancements, major improvements and even ...
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Wednesday, 23. August 2017

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Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [0. Introduction]

The Delphi Geek – Part 0: IntroductionSome time ago I was listening to the Hanselminutes podcast where a guy described how he wrote a simple interpreter in Go language (YOU should write an interpreter with Thorsten Ball). I was not really interested in writing an interpreter - I did that a long time ago - but a ...
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RAD Studio 10.2.1 HotFix for iOS AdHoc Deployment

Marco's Tech Blog – We released a hotfix to address a regression (reported as https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-18813) in RAD Studio Tokyo Release 1 related with AdHoc deployment for iOS. The fix available for download is at: https://cc.embarcadero.com/item/30797 The fix (which is a single ...
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Continuous Regression Testing

blog.gurock.com – Despite all effort to move quality upstream, most organizations I work with have a regression testing process. This process is expensive and slow, so they do it less often; ‘batching’ a large number of changes into a sprint, a release, or a project. With more time between releases, the uncertainty ...
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Friday, 18. August 2017

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How to Buy My Books

Delphi-losophy – First, I want to thank all of you that have bought one or more or my books.  I’m very grateful. Second, I wanted to post to make sure that everyone knows that I have three books out  and how you can buy them. Book Buy in Paperback Buy in Digital Form Buy on Amazon for $39.99 ...
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Constantly Curious – an Interview with Katrina Clokie

blog.gurock.com – Congratulations on the release of your new book! Given your already prolific blogging output, conference appearances, Testing Trapeze editor role and – I assume – fairly demanding work commitments, it’s difficult not to wonder… How and where do you find the time for ...
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Delphi VersionInfo errors

VSoft Technologies – Over the last year or so, we have seen more and more "bug reports" about compiling Delphi projects with FinalBuilder, in particular, reporting issues with compiling version info resources when using Delphi 10.1 (Berlin) and Delphi 10.2 (Tokyo). This only happens if you tell the Delphi action in ...

Thursday, 17. August 2017

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The Testers Career Path

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. Justin has been a professional software tester in various capacities since 2005. In his current role, Justin is a consulting software tester and writer working with Excelon Development. Outside of work, he is currently serving on the Association For ...
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When Do I Stop Testing?

blog.gurock.com – Most of the software projects I have worked on come along with either a specification or a set of acceptance criteria. To the product owner, this is a list of what to build. To me, it also looks like a list of test ideas. A tester can take each point in the specification, or each line item in the ...
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Wednesday, 16. August 2017

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Strategies for Cross-Platform Code Sharing with Elements

RemObjects Blogs – Customers ask me for advise for how to best structure their "cross-platform" projects with Elements, all the time. So with this post, I'd like to summarize some experiences and best practices from cross-platform and multi-platform projects I have worked on myself over the past year or two. Not all ...
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Workaround for FMX Memory Leaks on Windows in 10.2.1

Marco's Tech Blog – Many of our customers today write FireMonkey Windows applications. We recently got some customer reports on FMX memory leaks on Windows using RAD Studio 10.2 Release 1 (or Tokyo Release 1). The issue is reported at https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-18774 and ...
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Tuesday, 15. August 2017

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Debugger Callstack Resolver released

Andy's Blog – Debugger Callstack Resolver is a Delphi IDE plugin that I wrote in 2011 to make the IDE’s CPU View more readable. It colors different instructions, resolves absolute and memory address jump and call targets and shows their function name if available. It also uses the *.jdbg to show more information ...
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