These Simple Productivity Tips Make a Big Difference

The secrets to optimal productivity are highly sought-after by any professional in any industry. Naturally, they differ depending on the nature of the work – productivity means something entirely different for journalists, athletes, doctors, or in our case, software developers. Productivity for software developers revolves around several constituent components – the right tools, the…
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Building The Future With Delphi #Delphi27th

Bill Clinton was President, Windows 3.1 was king, and CompuServe was still a thing. The R&D team at Borland Software Corporation which included Anders Hejlsberg, Gary Whizin, Chuck Jazdzewski, Dave Scofield, Allen Bauer, Hank Cox, Marc Cousineau, and Ray Kaestner…
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How To Change Your Background On Windows

Vaporwave and synthwave, which combine futurism and nostalgia, have become popular in recent years. We commissioned a Brazilian artist to create a vaporwave aesthetic for RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder. What better way to mark the occasion than with some vaporwave desktop wallpapers and Win32 API calls? There is a separate wallpaper for RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder, so you can choose…
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Do You Know The German Word For "Sauerkraut"?

You know, the hardest part about learning a new language is remembering some of the more esoteric words and phrases. Does that error message say “syntax error” or “successful compilation”? Does that button really say “end” in Danish or has there been some kind of horrible misunderstanding? How do I exit VIM? Just kidding – nobody knows that. But…
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The Future Of Accessibility Is Desktop First

The advancement of technology over the years has made life more comfortable. Arguably, if we’re to have a truly inclusive society, one of technology’s priorities should be eliminating the lines of race, gender, ability, amongst others. The same goes for…

Made With Delphi: This Brilliant Soccer Strategy Mobile App

The game of soccer is deceptively simple; guide the ball, using only your feet or head, and try to get it into your opponent’s net. Yet that simple set of instructions belies a game of great skill and cunning strategy worthy of any Army general or chess grandmaster. To get that leather sphere pounding in the back of the net requires guile and an understanding of physics and innate geometry…
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