Category Archives: Audio podCast

Also on the Tablet Show

As an interesting turn of events I was interviewed on The Tablet Show a couple weeks ago. The Tablet Show is all about developing for tablet devices, and is by the same people who make .NET Rocks. The show is live today as episode 94. This show was recorded when I was still a Delphi MVP, before I was an Embarcadero Employee, but after I had accepted the position.

In this episode I am interviewed about Tablet Development Using Delphi and FireMonkey. It was a lot of fun and hopefully informative. Thanks to Carl and Richard for the interview.

53 – Subject 33 & Android Game Development

Taking with Jason McMillen & Paul Nicholls of Pascal Game Development talking about Subject 33 and Android game development. Subject 33 is being developed with RemObjects Software’s Oxygene for Java and they are specifically targeting the new Ouya platform as well as Android in general.

52 – Marco Cantu & Delphi XE4 for iOS

The big news for Today, April 22nd, 2013 is the release of RAD Studio XE4 which includes the new Delphi for iOS. I thought it would be fitting to talk with Marco Cantu, long time Delphi author and supporter who recently took over as the Delphi product manager.

51 – Nick Hodges

Talking with Nick Hodges, former Delphi product manager, Spirit of Delphi award winner, development manager at Gateway Ticketing, and all around great guy. This was originally going to be part of a series of pre-release podcasts highlighting XE3, but that didn’t work out. Before talking with Nick I did a little coverage on XE3 and Oxygene 5.2, including the new Nougat flavor. I’ll have more coverage on XE3 and Oxygene 5.2 in future podcasts.

Nick and I discuss unit testing, development methodology, the Spring Framework and other interesting topics on Delphi development.

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50 – Tables Turned

Simon J Stuart and Jamie Ingilby turn the tables on Jim McKeeth and interview him for this 50th episode.

This episode is our longest yet, but it was a lot of fun. Hopefully you will enjoy this candid episode where we discuss a wide range of topics.

49 – Gad D Lord and MTG Studio

Gad D LordToday I am talking with Gad D Lord, creator of MTG Studio, a program for building and managing decks for Magic the Gather (a collectible card game). Gad is both a MicroISV with MTG Studio at PalmROOT, and a team leader for a software development team at a 400M company. He shares his thoughts on the popularity  and suitability for Delphi in both settings. He also compares Delphi to many other development tools and languages. Talks about what sets Delphi apart and helps it to stand out. Finally he shares his thoughts on what Delphi needs in the future.

MTG Studio

48 – Pascal Game Development with Jason McMillen

Jason McMillen of

Jason McMillen of In this much belated episode I talk with Jason McMillen of Pascal Game Development. We discuss the surprisingly vast world of Pascal Game Development with Delphi, Free Pascal, Oxygene and other Pascal and Object Pascal derivatives. You can find Jason “WILL” McMillen in the following places:

Jason has also provided us a list of Delphi / Pascal game engines and games developed with them. Some of these were mentioned in this episode.
Game libraries & engines

API Headers



Non-commercial / in development 

Notable sites

Again only a fraction much of the libraries and games have come and gone and there isn’t much of a reference to them on the Internet anymore.

47 – Marco & Cary – Delphi Developer Days 2011

Talking with Marco & Cary about Delphi, it’s future and Delphi Developer Days 2011. I will be joining Marco and Cary in Huston for Delphi Developer Days. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

46 – “Cooper” – Pascal for Java

A special interview with Carlo Kok about the new project “Cooper” – an Object Pascal compiler for Java and Android. “Cooper” is a new and exciting research project going on in the RemObjects Software Labs, to bring the Oxygene language from Delphi Prism to the Java and Android platforms. The original Oxygene for .NET set out to bring a modern and “next generation” Object Pascal to the .NET world, Project “Cooper” is taking this endeavor to the next level, expanding the reach of Oxygene to the second big managed platform.

45 – Allen Bauer – Part 2 of 2

Talking with Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist with Embarcadero, working on Delphi and other RAD tools.

We discussed:

  • Delphi on the Mac
  • New platforms for Delphi
  • Investments in Delphi Team
  • New Cross Platform graphical widget library
  • Escaping the beige world
  • Decoupling UI from application logic
  • Good user interface design

This is the second part of episode 44 with Allen Bauer where we mostly discussed Delphi for 64-bit.