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TMS Training Days 2019: Introduction speaker 5

TMS Software Blog – José León Serna Creator of Delphi for PHP/HTML5 Builder and former Director of Engineering and Branch Manager at Embarcadero Technologies between 2010 and 2016. Although the Embarcadero’s branch participated in the development of several products, he was mainly responsible for RAD ...
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TMS Training Days 2019: Introduction speaker 4

TMS Software Blog – Wagner Landgraf Graduated in Electronic Engineering and M.Sc in Industrial IT at Federal Technological University of Parana-Brazil. More than 24 years experience (since 1995) in Delphi development - since Delphi 1. Architect and main developer of Delphi libraries like TMS Aurelius, TMS XData, TMS ...
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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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Pretty Printing Your Source Code

The PodCast at Delphi.org – A picture is worth a thousand words, but how do you include source code in a presentation? By text or by image? Nick Hodges asked about this on Facebook the other day. Here are some of the suggestions from the community (with my commentary), followed by a few of my suggestions. Robert ...
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Brisbane Meeting – October 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday October 9th at 5:30pm to 9pm. The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual* time and place. See you there
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VersionInfo and Semantic Versioning

Te Waka o Delphi – How to make Semantic Version make sense in a VERSIONINFO world without Semantic Versioning.
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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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Three Ways Agile Testers Can Use Walkthroughs

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Nishi Grover Garg. A walkthrough is a great review technique that can be used for sharing knowledge, gathering feedback and building a consensus. Typically, walkthroughs take place when the author of a work item explains it in a brief review meeting — effectively walking the ...
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Smoketest 2.0.3 Update

Te Waka o Delphi – An overview of the changes in Smoketest 2.0.3 including Setup/Teardown methods and improved formatting of console output.
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