Monthly Archives: February 2015

Code Monkey in Delphi Code

In this special musical number I’ve created a music video based on Jonathan Coulton’s Code Monkey written in Delphi’s Object Pascal. [Download the code] [Download the video (mp4)]

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Deep Dive into Futures and the Parallel Programming Library

To follow-up with my Parallel For Loops skill sprint last week (lots of good resources there), today I did a deep dive into the Parallel Programming Library (PPL) including Futures, Tasks and custom thread pools. Here are the slides: And … Continue reading

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Factorials, Combinations & Permutaions

This is some code I wrote a long time ago as part of the TDAG mailing list. It calculates Factorials, the number of Combinations and Permutations. This is the mathematics, it calculates the number of Combinations and Permutations, it doesn’t … Continue reading

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DelphiWeek and CodeBattles

I hope you are all as excited about DelphiWeek as we are. On Wednesday we have CodeBattles scheduled. These are a fun way to show off your programming skills. We all use a Google, DocWiki and Stack Overflow during programming. The … Continue reading

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Interview with Darren Kosinski

Talking with Darren Kosinski from the Embarcadero R&D team and his role in the FireMonkey platform. Also a brief introduction to the Parallel Programming Library, and Delphi Week 2015 (Feb 9th – 13th).

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Parallel For Loops

Parallel For Loops are a hassle-free way to supercharge your program with the Parallel Programming Library. The syntax is similar to the standard For loop, with the advantage of each iteration running on in a different task on the thread … Continue reading

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