Monthly Archives: January 2015

Delphi Hackathon

How are you Delphi programming skills? Want to visit Fortaleza, Brazil? I’m sure it is especially nice if you are in the northern hemisphere right now since Brazil is enjoying summer while we are stuck in winter. Next week Hack’n … Continue reading

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Looking at Radiant Shapes

I’ve been playing with Raize Software‘s new Radiant Shapes components this week. These are the brand new primitive shape component set for FireMonkey on all platforms: Windows, OS X, iOS and Android. I’ve been a long time fan of Raize … Continue reading

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Episode #55 – Interview with JT

An interview with John Thomas “JT”, Senior Director of Product Management over RAD Studio and Delphi with Embarcadero Technologies.This episode was recorded almost a year and a half ago, right after the XE5 release added Android support, but is still … Continue reading

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Run Outside the Handler or Making a Non-Blocking Call

Have you ever had some code you wanted to run outside of the event handler that causes the code to run? If not, then this blog post isn’t for you. I’m not here to debate why you would want to … Continue reading

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Delphi and the #Code2014 Rankings

The Twitter #Code2014 ranking have become a bit of a tradition. At the end of the year everyone votes for the  programming languages they used, or were their favorite for the year. Then they all get tabulated up to see how they … Continue reading

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Episode 54 – Sarina DuPont

Welcome back to the Podcast at This is my first podcast since I’ve started working for Embarcadero Technologies back in 2013. When I first started I’d planned to resurrect the podcast, but got caught up with all the new … Continue reading

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Tweet Delphi #Code2014

If you code in Delphi, then be sure to Tweet Delphi #Code2014 to have your vote counted. I’ve made it really easy for you, if you just log into Twitter and click the link you cast your vote. You can … Continue reading

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