The CodeRage 6 Friday, October 21 (the last day of this year’s CodeRage) session replay have been uploaded to CodeCentral. While you are downloading the repays, you’ll have plenty of time to check out the Virtual Exhibit Hall and see the special offers from our technology partners. Many of their offers are good for the next several weeks. If you don’t already have our XE2 products, you should immediately download the trials and try many of the techniques you learned this week at CodeRage. If you like all that you witnessed this week, it’s a great time to buy RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2 and Embarcadero Prism XE2. You’re now ready to build your next generation applications for 64-bit Windows, multi-platform, web and mobile projects.
6:00am: Multi-threading Made Simple by Primož Gabrijelčič. While Delphi allows you to utilize the full power of modern computers, many programs still run only at a fraction of the CPU capacity because programmers are scared of writing the multi-threaded code. The open source library OmniThreadLibrary will help you overcome that hurdle by providing high-level language construct as as parallel ‘for’ statement. (64.78MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28591
7:00am: VENDOR SHOWCASE: Exploring the New Gnostice PDFtoolkit 4 for Delphi Win 32/64 by Girish Patil - Gnostice Information Technologies. In this session, we take a tour of the new Gnostice PDFtoolkit 4 with its many new features and the new interactive PDF Viewer. We then leverage the new extensible widget framework of the PDF Viewer and implement a custom annotation widget for the PDF Viewer. We close with a quick look at some of Gnostice’s .NET tools, especially the new 100% .NET font rendering engine. (73.07MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28592
8:00am: iOS DataSnap Connectivity using FireMonkey and InterBase by Anders Ohlsson – Embarcadero Technologies. Learn how to use FireMonkey for iOS with the ObjectiveC mobile connector for DataSnap and get data from a DataSnap server and InterBase database running on a remote Server. (84.00MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28593
9:00am: Exploring the Delphi Debugger by Robert Love - State of Utah. This session explores how to use the Delphi Debugger to find those difficult to find problems. We explore the little known features of the debugger that can make your life easier when real problems arise. (61.01MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28594
10:00am: Does XE 2 have Advanced UML Features and More? by Michael Rozlog. Simple answer, it sure does! Now, we should all press the “Yes” button to find out how to use them! Moving code today is more important than ever, and with Delphi XE2 you can get a wealth of information quickly and easily from the modeling features found inside Delphi XE2. In this session, learn how to press the “YES” button and then learn how to use the features found under that button, which include an introduction to Developer UML, Audits and Metrics for Delphi developers. (78.21MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28595
11:00am: Windows Phone 7 Development by Jim McKeeth - RemObjects Software. This session covers everything you need to use Embarcadero Prism XE2 to develop Silverlight for Windows Phone 7 Applications. Go beyond "hello world" with more complex applications, including MVVM and data driven applications. (63.77MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28596
Huge thanks go out to Anders Ohlsson and Christine Ellis in Embarcadero Technologies’ Developer Relations Group for all their work on the preparation and the execution of CodeRage 6. Even bigger thanks go out to the speakers and technology partners for all their hard work preparing and giving the technical sessions. Finally, the most thanks go to all of you, the attendees of CodeRage 6 for taking part, asking great questions, posting tweets, links and other information that enhanced the whole virtual conference. We want to keep making CodeRage better each year. If you have the time, please send us comments and suggestions: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. See you again next year for CodeRage 7 or before then in a local event, user group, meetup, or online webinar.