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Delphi Timewarp - 1995 And Delphi’s Mythical Origins

1995 is a very important year in the history of Delphi. On February 14 of that year the first version of Delphi was released for 16-bit Windows 3.1 as a Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool.  Delphi came as a departure from its predecessor, Borland’s Turbo Pascal for Windows. Turbo Pascal combined an editor, debugger, compiler, linker, and libraries, and evolved into Object Pascal after…
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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Stephane Jordi?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers who use Windows App Development Tools, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. Our guest today is a Delphi and C++ Builder developer who has an amazingly impressive set of pictures of him smiling…
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How To Build a Digit Classifier In Tensorflow

MNIST – Modified National Institute of Standards and Technology is the crucible of a comprehensive computer vision database. Since its release in 1999, MNIST’s classic dataset of handwritten pictures has been accepted as the foundation for benchmarking…
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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Dalija Prasnikar?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers who use Windows App Development Tools,, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. In our interview chair today we have the simply marvelous Dalija Prasnikar. Dalija is based in the wonderfully historic and…
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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Joe C. Hecht?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers who use Windows app development tools, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. Today we’re talking to Joe C. Hecht also very well known as “TJoe”. Joe is now tapping out code in the humid heights of…
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