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Monday, 16. November 2015

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Sydney Meeting – November 2015

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday 18th November 2015 at 6 for 6:15pm start.   Important changes For catering purposes please register your attendance in advance. Registration is free. Getting Started with DataSnap – Mathias Burbach We will look at DataSnap for beginners building a sample appserver connecting ...
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Sunday, 15. November 2015

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Rudy’s Delphi Corner is back online

Delphi Corner Weblog – Because of problems with my old domain and my provider, my old Delphi Corner website http://www.rvelthuis.de was offline for a while, and parked as subdirectory of another domain of mine. I am very pleased to announce that it is back online, at the old address: http://rvelthuis.de YAY! Share This | ...
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Friday, 13. November 2015

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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #35

Marco's Tech Blog – I just realized it has been almost two months since my last collection of links, but I did blog quite a bit with the most important ones anyway. Still, welcome back to this collection of links, blogs, and other information you might have missed. here is the list, with no specific order: ...
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TMS makes accessing cloud services from Raspberry Pi a piece of cake

TMS Software Blog – The world of IoT opens fascinating & innovative capabilities to steer & sense the physical world from small programmable devices like the Raspberry Pi. It becomes even more interesting when this can be connected to cloud services. Imagine a device that unlocks a door at times controlled by a Google ...
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Elements 8.2 — A Sneak Peek

RemObjects Blogs – Just a few of the many, many things new in Elements 8.2 – which we RTMed today and will be available to everybody early next week: http://docs.elementscompiler.com/Tutorials/FirstApp/Fire/tvOS/ http://docs.elementscompiler.com/Tutorials/FirstApp/Fire/watchOS/ ...
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Thursday, 12. November 2015

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Staged Releases for Better SaaS and On-Premise Deployments

blog.gurock.com – Staged releases are a great way to ship large updates to customers with confidence. When we release new updates for our test management tool TestRail, we use staged releases to ensure that (rare) potential issues affect only a small number of customers before we notice. It’s important to note ...
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Connect You Applications with REST

The Delphi Geek – Next Wednesday (18th) I’ll be holding a presentation about all things RESTish in Delphi. We’ll start with basics and then move to DataSnap, REST Client Library, REST Debugger, BaaS and more! As usual, I’ll be presenting in Slovenian language. Register here! --- Published under the Creative Commons ...

Tuesday, 10. November 2015

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David I's (@davidi99) Tweets of the Week - Nov 1-7, 2015

Sip from the Firehose – David I's Embarcadero Developer Community Challenge - build a great app using 0, 1 or 2 lines of code... http://buff.ly/1M8roS6 Delphi and REST client development - video shows how easy it is to build REST clients for iOS and Android - http://buff.ly/1izbmrT Starts Nov 10! Q4 2015 Developer Skill ...
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LiveBindings in VCL – Part 4 – Master Detail and Objects as Properties

Stephen Ball – This is the 4th video and blog in a series on using Visual LiveBindings mixed into existing VCL applications.  In my last post, we looked at how to bind directly in code, using some common Visual LiveBinding Classes and in the next post we will look at more classes that can be used and the ...
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More on ARC, Weak References, and Unsafe References in Delphi Mobile Compilers

Marco's Tech Blog – This blog post delves into some technical information about ARC and the available types of references in the Delphi mobile compilers for iOS and Android. The reason for this blog post is that there has been very little technical information about this topic and I've personally only recently come to ...
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Perth Meeting – November

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Perth Meeting – November 17th Embarcadero presents: Ride the Windows 10 Release Wave You are invited to a live technical workshop showcasing the new RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder features for Windows 10 developers, C++ developers, and mobile developers. Incredible Windows 10 Support ...
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Monday, 9. November 2015

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F# Presentations at CodeMash 2015

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – I’ve been scouring the CodeMash accepted session list for talks featuring F#, and there are quite a few! A Developer’s Journey from Object Oriented to Functional Programming, by Reid Evans Async Everywhere!, by Stephen Cleary Deep Dive into Deep Learning, by Gary Short Functional Browser ...
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Immediate openings for Delphi developers in Folsom, CA, USA

Sip from the Firehose – One of our customers in the US, RetailPro (http://retailpro.com/), is looking for Delphi developers to join their team. Here is the job listing that they posted on our Job Board Newsgroup. Immediate openings for Delphi developers in Folsom, CA, USA The Software Developer is responsible for complex ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 19:39
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Begin End, a few months later

DelphiTools – A few months after its launch, BeginEnd.net is now seeing about 25k queries every day for almost 500 unique visitors, and it’s time for a few polls to help me gauge things!  
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Delphi Code Coverage with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Testing code is something we all do. Whether it be manual usability testing, unit testing, or integration testing, knowing how much of the application is covered by the tests is important. Without knowing what parts of the application are covered, there is no way to know if key features are tested. ...
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