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Wednesday, 11. March 2015

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DelphiPodcastIT episode 2 – Interview about DelphiMVCFramework

Daniele Teti's programming blog – DelphiPodcastIT and DelphiMVCFramework In the 2nd episode of DelphiPodcastIT (Delphi podcast in italian language by Marco Breveglieri) there is a my interview about the past, the present and the future of DelphiMVCFramework with a lot of technical contents. The interview itself is quite long, just ...
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New RAD in Action Webinar with Cary Jensen on April 2, 2015

Delphi Insider – Join Embarcadero for the newest RAD in Action series webinar. Here's a copy of the invitation email.Mobilizing your Business with Enterprise Mobility Services Middleware Webinar presented by Cary JensenYou're invited to join Cary Jensen as he hosts this informative session to discuss why ...
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InterBase XE7 – Update 1 Released

Stephen Ball – InterBase XE7 Update 1 Overview InterBase XE7, update 1 went live on Friday and brings with it SQL language enhancements for Change View, and some updates to IBConsole and the availability of InterBase ToGo for XE7 Full details about the update are available on the InterBase DocWiki Change View ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week #27 (It's Coming)

Marco's Tech Blog – Lots of news this past week, with the roadmap and initial previews of the next release of Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio. It's Coming Proximity awareness with Beacons at community.embarcadero.com/index.php/blogs/entry/rad-studio-to-support-beacons (images seem to be broken) ...
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Interesting presentation at EKON 16: MSBuild Inside the Microsoft Build Engine from Sebastian Gingter

The Wiert Corner – I missed EKON 16 as both they and we moved outside the regular conference season. So I missed this session: EKON 16: MSBuild // Speaker Deck that has these GitHub source examples: gingters/EKON16_MSBuild. Thanks Sebastian Gingter for pointing me at this! msbuild is used by both Visual Studio and ...
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Tuesday, 10. March 2015

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Some notes on OpenSSL, S/MIME, email, various RFC standards and their relations.

The Wiert Corner – Stuff I found out myself: OpenSSL does not like to have a period (dot) at the end of a S/MIME message (like many .EML files have as SMTP basically requires a period to terminate an email message. Indy sometimes changes the ContentType of S/MIME messages; you can reproduce this using the CopyEml ...
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Monday, 9. March 2015

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Community Webcast Episode #9 - March 9, 2015

Sip from the Firehose – Embarcadero Community Webcast – Episode #9 Monday March 9, 2015 A (mostly) weekly Embarcadero Community webcast, by David Intersimone "David I", covering recent Embarcadero and Industry news, upcoming events, blog posts, articles and Community Questions and Answers. The recording appears on the ...
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Effectively Using Generics in Object Pascal

Delphi Insider – Generics, or parameterized types, provide a way to define classes without specifying the exact data types that will be used in the class. Generics are commonly used in type-safe collection classes, but there are many other uses as well. This session covers the key concepts of generics, including ...
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Sunday, 8. March 2015

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20 Years as a Delphi Developer

Delphi Code Monkey – This is the talk I gave at the TDUG meeting, in February, now on youtube.
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35 years old Arduino-like setup with Pascal

Compas Pascal – I do not care much about products or constructions from the past, that cannot be reproduced or used, but in this case, my brother's old construction from the late 1970s made me look again, because it looks so much like what people do with Arduino kits. This is a computer programmed using Compas ...
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Friday, 6. March 2015

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Early Looks at the Next Version of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder

Delphi Insider – The next version of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder hasn't been announced yet but you'll have several opportunities to get early information and an early look over the coming weeks.Also keep in mind that if you purchase RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder XE7 between February 23 and March 31, 2015, ...
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InterBase Change Views Demo and Video

Stephen Ball – InterBase Change Views Example Demo This week I hosted a Skill Sprints session looking at InterBase Change Views with an example set of code working around a Pharmacy needing to keep centralised drug information updated at distributed pharmacies. The example code will ship with the next major ...
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Benchmarking Antibiotic Homogeneity Index Using the Rx-info Define Platform

David Glassborow – Through our ongoing collaboration with Rx-info and our continued development of the Define Platform we’ve recently been involved in an exciting area of antibiotic research within the NHS. Consultants at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and researchers at the University of Leeds have ...
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Delphi Live Tutorial in the Netherlands and CodeMonkey

Pawel Glowacki – We had 160+ enthusiastic Delphi developers on the "Develop a complete Windows, mobile, web service and cloud solution in 1 day!" event yesterday in Hoofddoorp, The Netherlands! Read more at my embarcadero community blog! Share This | Email this page to a friend
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Provable Optimization with Microsoft Z3

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – A few months ago, some coworkers sent around a Ruby challenge. It appears simple, but we can sometimes learn a lot from simple problems. Write a Ruby program that determines the smallest three digit number such that when said number is divided by the sum of its digits the answer is 20. In case ...
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