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Exploring ARM on the Desktop

In the next TCoffeeAndCode session at noon CDT on June 30th, we are taking a look at Delphi 10.4.2 on the new desktop Arm based Apple M1 CPU with both MacOS and Windows 10, with a little look at the recently announced Windows 11. I’ll be updating this post with more details of working with the Apple M1 processor and ARM on the desktop. I have an M1 powered Mac Mini running the latest Mac OS…
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50 Years of Pascal and Delphi is In Power

It’s 50 years of the Pascal language and Delphi is its heir, empowering Pascal developers in today’s complex scenarios, despite being ignored by the Pascal language inventor Niklaus Wirth published the paper “The programming language Pascal” in March 1971, which means it is exactly 50 years this month since the Pascal programming language was officially launched. The renowned…
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Winners of the Delphi 26th Showcase Challenge

So many great entries for the Delphi 26th Showcase Challenge! There were 170 entries covering a wide range of project types. Everything from games and multimedia to line-of-business and consumer software. Both on VCL on the desktop and FireMonkey on mobile platforms. It is…
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26 Years... of Delphi

Today is Delphi 26th anniversary. A very long time… Many things have changed, some more than others. Here’s my 26 picks! On February 14th 1995, Borland introduced a new tool for developers, one that sparked a lot of enthusiasm and over 26 years has been used to build applications used by billions of people (think about the good old Skype) and it still being used today for building…
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Join TCoffee and Code Week - 1st to 5th Feb

Join us for “TCoffee and Code” Join us every day between the 1st & 5th of February for TCoffeeAndCode as we have a virtual coffee break at 11am GMT each day. With Covid still keeping many developers away from the office and the rest of their teams, we decided…
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Data Security in InterBase

Security is the first question I get when speaking with developers around InterBase. Ensuring that you can keep your users data secure and compliant is a necessity in the Cybersecurity world. Whether you have sensitive health data or even just names and phone numbers, you…
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Webinar Replay: C++ Software Security Sins

In the world of software development, we are up against new cyber security threats each day, and the risks and consequences of un-secure software is too great to be unaware of.   Join presenter, Mary Kelly, to address the key security sins related to C++ applications, how they happen and how to resolve them. Click on the link to the webinar replay below :  C++ Software Security Sins Buffer…
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