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TMS Training Days 2019: Introduction speaker 7

TMS Software Blog – Roman Yankovsky Roman Yankovsky is an Embarcadero MVP who has been working with Delphi since Delphi 2. He joined the TMS team in 2016. He is the product manager and architect of the FixInsight static analysis tool for Delphi. Roman Yankosvsky is also author of the Delphi AST, an open source ...
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TMS Training Days 2019: Introduction speaker 6

TMS Software Blog – Roman Kassebaum Roman Kassebaum is a freelancer. He started to work with Delphi in 1996 after he graduated with a Master degree from the University of Paderborn. He is a Delphi MVP and an Embarcadero Technology Partner. During the last years he became a member of the great TMS team and he is ...
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VCL TaskDialog

TMS Software Blog – Holger Flick, TMS Evangelist & Embarcadero MVP has recently made a lot of useful videos: tips and tricks for TMS VCL components, new release announcements, events announcements... Recently he recorded a new series of videos for VCL TaskDialog. This new series consists of 7 videos, including ...
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TMS Training Day, November 18th 2019

TMS Software Blog – TMS software is organizing a new training day on Monday, November 18 in Wevelgem, Belgium. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS Business tools. Sufficient time will be allocated to handle your specific questions on TMS Business tools. The sessions will be given by the expert himself Wagner ...
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Developing Influence in Test

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Matthew Heusser. Testers destroy things. We tear things apart. Sure, every now and again, some expert will point out that the thing was already broken, we just discovered it. That’s fine, such as it goes. Still, I would hold that on some level, the tester’s attitude is ...
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The Delphi System.Exit “Function”

The Wiert Corner – Still wrongly documented as System.Exit Function [WayBack], most people think it is a statement. However, it is a compiler intrinsic procedure in the System unit that – when called inside a real function – optionally accepts a parameter with the same type as the encompassing function ...
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delphi – How to set form height larger than 1096 pixels? (or width > 1620 pixels)- Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Delphi will limit [WayBack] Height or [WayBack] Width of a form in the designer based on the current Windows limitations, not on what your target users might. See [WayBack] delphi – How to set form height larger than 1096 pixels? – Stack Overflow: The reason for this behavior is that ...
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Some Delphi settings require you to run with an Administrative UAC token

The Wiert Corner – Though user-defined Code Templates live under %UserProfile%\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\code_templates\Delphi, the stock ones (standard ones shipping with Delphi) ones do not: they live under %ProgramFiles(x86)%\x\Studio\y.0\ObjRepos\en\Code_Templates. Above, x usually is Embarcadero, and y is your ...
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Testing Predictive Analytics Models

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Michael G. Solomon, PhD CISSP PMP CISM. Predictive analytics is a general approach to analyzing historical data and attempting to predict what will happen next. Many organizations use this type of analysis to predict future sales, expected costs, equipment failures or any ...
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Elements for IoT and Embedded

RemObjects Blogs – Embedded computing has been around for as long as computers have existed, but prior to the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution, it remained something of a black-art: a field of computing only available for electrical engineers and highly specialized developers. But with the release of the Raspberry ...
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