My CodeRage 4 session Introduction to Silverlight with Delphi Prism is available for replay (full resolution). Some of the links are there, but there will be more links and more downloads to come. I also formatted the video (reduced resolution) to play on the iPod Touch, iPhone or any of a number of other compatible devices.
Stay tuned to CodeRage 4 the rest of the week. I have two more sessions coming, and there is a lot of other great sessions there too.
I read something a while ago where someone was speculating that Google might be planning to move their Android OS to Netbooks. Well it looks like they had a different plan for Netbooks: Google Chrome OS. Take their fairly robust browser and bolt Linux onto it, and you have an OS specifically designed to run web applications . . . . like Google Docs, GMail, etc. And it can run on your Desktop too!
And thanks to Mono and Moonlight you can run Silverlight applications under it as well.
Monday’s podcast will feature an interview with RemObject‘s marc hoffman. Delphi Prism has been released, and it is powered by the RemObjects Oxygene compiler. If you have any questions about the Oxygene Compiler then this is your opportunity to ask them of marc, as he is the Chief Software Architect for RemObjects.
Please, leave your questions in the box below, and I will cover what I can with marc. Remember, keep your questions focused on Oxygene and RemObjects as marc won’t be able to answer questions on behalf of CodeGear or Embarcadero.
Garbage Collection and IDisposable / Dispose() in.Net
Our guests today:
Spirit of Delphi Award Winner and definitive Delphi author Marco Cantu. Marco has written close to 15 books on developing with Delphi. From his office in Italy, Marco is also an in demand trainer and consultant. You can follow Marco on his web site and his blog. He’ll be on twitter soon. It is only a matter of time. . . .
Roland Beenhakker is a long time Delphi user since version 1. He started his own company Beensoft Software Engineering. In this company a small team of professionals build software and webapplications to customer’s specifications, using Delphi and other tools. He is located in Heiloo, Netherlands, which is about 40 kilometers north of Amsterdam. His blog is Delphi Power Unleashed you can also follow him on Twitter.
marc hoffman is the Chief Software Architect for RemObjects and a Spare-time Photographer. When he is not guest appearing on this podcast he runs a blog at RemObjects.com where he talks about Oxygene and shares some of his photographs. marc lives in Berlin Germany, and prefers his name all lowercase. Follow him on Twitter.
Time is running out for the RemObjects and BeyondCompare discount codes. I look forward to seeing everyone at PDC next week!