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Combining the Strengths of Delphi and Python (Part 2 Replay)

Part 2 of the Python for Delphi developers webinar. You can find part 1 here, the getting started guide, and the original post on the webinar series. Visit the Python4Delphi repo. Q&A Log Question AskedAnswer GivenWhere are you?Right hereGood morningGood morningForest of Dean UKhi! i’am here )thanks for joining usGood evening!From MoscowGood Night in Indonesian TimeCan…
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Vector Containers For Delphi

A few weeks back I did an article on C++Builder where I went completely outside my comfort zone and implemented my very first C++ class. Since I have gotten a taste for C++Builder my adventures with C/C++ is going to continue over the next weeks and months, but like so many others, the Corona virus has forced me to prioritize things differently with regards to work. So for the time being my focus…
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So it's been 25 years!

On February 14, 1995, Delphi saw the day of Light! Wow! When we think of 25 years, we think of big monumental or mega-moments that give us a chance to step-back and reflect over what has happened so far. Now I could start writing out a list of all the amazing things that I…
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Delphi is turning 25!

This week, Delphi is turning 25, and as part of the celebrations, members of the community have been encouraged to share their stories about Delphi, what they love and how it has helped their careers. Delphi was originally launched on the 14th of February 1995, while I was still at 6th form College. It kind of passed me by, to be honest. At the time, I was just purchasing (well my parents did) my…
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Attributes for Documenting TEMSDataSetResource

I recently blogged about a number of RAD Server topics, including using TEMSDataSetResource, (the component that enables a TDataSet to be expose as a RESTful resource, and manage all the List, Get, Put, Post, Delete methods – very cool!), how to set named parameters for…
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Learn Delphi on Exercism

One of our MVPs, Ryan Potts, is the originator and maintainer of the Delphi track on Exercism – a site dedicated making it easy for people to learn different programming languages. He was interviewed by the Exercism team previously, but I thought it would be…
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InterBase Temporary Tables

InterBase Temporary Tables This last week, InterBase 2020 has been released bringing the awesome Tablespaces feature into play. This new feature enables splitting the database into groups of tables (a Tablespace) that can then be put onto different physical disks (to aid performance) but also enables partial backup of a database. I plan to cover this new feature, and some useful ideas about how…
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