[Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes] I remember one of the things that got me excited when I first read about the as-then new fangled C# and .NET stuff coming out of Microsoft was the idea that a single event could have multiple handlers. Cutting a long and irrelevant story short, my interest in .NET waned, although my interest in multicast events did not. For a long time I was resigned to having to do without them, but then realised that this was a self imposed penury. So I got out my jail breaking toolkit (Delphi) and set about tearing down the walls of my prison. And here’s how I did it…
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] The first two canned videos from last weeks preview of Tiburon have appeared on the CDN site. Of the two, one covers some new language features in C++ Builder, but the one of most interest to Delphi developers I think is the one that demonstrates some of the VCL improvements and changes. See if you can spot Nick Hodge’s deliberate mistake. At least, I hope it was deliberate. 😉 More videos and sessions should be coming online soon.
[Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes] Explores the relevance of authorities supposed to be making a good case for anonymous methods
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[Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes] I’ve tried numerous aborted attempts to kick off a blog in the past. The usual pattern is feverish enthusiasm at the outset, finding tools, creating an identity, tweaking artwork, an initial post or two etc etc, which rapidly diminishes into disinterest as I find that the hassle of setting up the blog site itself wasn’t actually all just setting up and that some of that hassle continues on in the blog ownership experience. This time I’m confident that things will be different, and here’s why…
[Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes] A roundup of that part of the Preview I saw of Tiburon – the next release of Delphi from CodeGear.
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] No, not a blog about an orange soft drink concentrate, but a Delphi inspired blog from New Zealand. Kia ora means literally “Be well/healthy“, often used as both a greeting and a farewell. I don’t have any concrete plans for content as yet, but hope to find the time – and inspiration to post something at least once a week, and hopefully more often. Kia ora