30 – Delphi Prism with AOP

Talking with marc hoffman of RemObjects about the latest Delphi Prism release.  A large portion of this episode focuses on Aspect Oriented Programming with the Cirrus framework and Delphi Prism.  We also talk about a number of the other features in this latest May 2009 release.

Yeah, this one is a little long.  The last bit is marc and I shooting the breeze for a bit about whatever.

This was also recorded out of order.  It was recorded before episodes 28 and 29.  I lost my original recordings and had to recreate it from marc’s recordings.  We had some lost audio in the call too, but it ended up coming out pretty good.

BTW, CyberEars (the podcast host) upgraded their download servers so we should have faster download speeds.  Let me know if you can tell a difference.  Also I replaced episode 8 that I accidently deleted a while ago.  Sorry about that!

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3 Responses to 30 – Delphi Prism with AOP

  1. Nice to see another podcast!

  2. Jim McKeeth says:

    Jamie just published a great post about AOP and Cirrus. Check it out:

    http://jamiei.com/blog/2009/06/delphi-prism-cirrus-framework/

  3. Jamie I says:

    Interesting discussion. I like the 4th slide your Delphi Live presentation (http://cc.embarcadero.com/Item/26917) saying that AOP is to OOP what OOP was to procedural programming. It represents a really helpful way of avoiding some of the common frustrations we encounter when we have to mix code into our beautifully crafted pure classes. Like any new language features it can feel like unfamiliar territory but that is the joy of our craft!.

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