The Podcast about Object Pascal and the Delphi programming language, tools, news, community, and related technologies. Join Jim McKeeth, Chief Developer Advocate and Engineer with Embarcadero Technologies as he interviews and discusses the latest and greatest in software development and all things related to his favorite programming language. More information: http://delphi.org
Getting Technical with Cary Jensen and FireDAC (Episode 74)19/07/2017 Duración: 38min
In this episode of the Podcast @ Delphi.org we talk with Cary Jensen about his new book Delphi in Depth: FireDAC and the upcoming Delphi Developer Days which Cary puts on with Dr. Bob Swart. Nick Hodges, our co-host, was a previous host of Delphi Developer Days with Cary, and I’ve made a number of appearances there as well. They are highly recommended. Cary’s new 558 page Delphi in Depth book tackles everyone’s favorite multi-platform database access framework: FireDAC. Cary gives it his unique treatment that only he can deliver. He gives special emphasis to all the configuration options available with FireDAC that can help you gain even more performance. For this year’s Delphi Developer Days, Cary and Dr. Bob are doing things a little differently. They are doing a special workshop focused on database development. You are encouraged to bring your laptop and follow along while you learn from the masters! Just in case you missed it, Cary also put on a webinar on FireDAC recently that I recommend you check out
Get Bit Episode with Holger Flick29/05/2017 Duración: 45min
Nick and Jim talk with MVP Holger Flick of Korfmann Air Technology and Flix Engineering fame about smart textiles, the different software development disciplines and the future of technology. Holger also reminds everyone to see him and others at the Delphi Code Camp in Germany.
The Niagara Falls Lighting Episode21/04/2017 Duración: 48min
This episode is extra special in that it include a case study of the software behind the lights for Niagara Falls. Nick and I spoke with Martin Searancke of Dream Solutions, Ltd. in New Zealand, who is the architect of the Light Factory software used by the Niagara Falls Illumination Board to illuminate Niagara Falls. After you listen to the podcast you can read the case study write up here. The software uses both VCL and FireMonkey. The backend control software is written in VCL and the frontend user interface side is written in FireMonkey. It also uses components by Mitov Software, TMS Software, and LMD Innovative. A few links we mentioned Navigator by Parnassus – A fantastic IDE add-in The NEO Phillips Strand Lighting console – The software in the console is by Martin Light Factory – Martin’s web site Here is a little documentary about the new lights at Niagara Falls. It mostly focuses on the hardware side of things, but you can watch it knowing the software comes from your favorite development tools.
The Sarina DuPont Self Driving Car Episode21/03/2017 Duración: 33min
Talking to Sarina DuPont about her role with Embarcadero and the future of RAD Studio and the evolution of technology with automation and self driving cars. Here are a few links discussed in this episode Miniatur Wunderland Raspberry Pi Zero Visuino for Arduino & IoT Projects Nick’s new Dependency Injection book Linux Boot Camp Replay Cool Apps Contest 3D Train Studio – Cool App Winner FireUI LivePreview Creating a Customized Device View [SoundCloud] [Download]
The Malcolm Groves Rubbish Bin Connection Episode27/02/2017 Duración: 45min
Talking with Malcolm Groves of Code Partners in Sydney, Australia about his smart, connected rubbish bins.
The Stephen Ball Smart Grid Episode21/02/2017 Duración: 45min
Today we talk with Stephen Ball about his work at Embarcadero, and Smart Grids! Audio version Video version
The Craig Chapman IoT Episode15/02/2017 Duración: 38min
Talking with Craig Chapman about Internet of Things, high altitude balloons, Linux server configuration, enumerating data sets and 4K displays. Links from today’s episode . . . The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England Explained Tiobe Index – Delphi back in the top 10 (Craig’s post about getting Pascal & Delphi combined) IoT Boot Camp 2017 Makerfabs kit (Promotional pricing ended, but still a nice kit) Craig’s High Altitude Balloons Configure Delphi and RedHat or Ubuntu for Linux development Libc manual RAD Server Web Broker Linode Linux Cloud Hosting “Brutally Roll Your Own Server” scripts Visuino the visual IDE for Arduino Mitov Software Dataset Enumeration Reloaded Writing and Enabling Delphi Applications to Support High DPI Displays and 4K Screen Resolutions Microsoft’s Tweet about RAD Studio first IDE with Desktop Bridge support Same code, new customers. Develop, package, test and deploy without leaving RAD Studio. Check it out: https://t.co/uRlR23ecQG pic.twitter.com/3
Cool Apps & Niagara Falls07/02/2017 Duración: 31min
Nick and Jim discuss cool mobile apps built with FireMonkey. SoundJuke turns your smartphone into your personal jukebox at any public site. It uses a combination of these Embarcadero tools in building the app: Delphi for iOS and Android, Cloud API, Parallel Programming API, REST Client Library. If your customer likes what they hear, they’ll spend more time in your store. EarMaster turns your iPad into a private music training classroom. Powered by FireMonkey and TMS iCL plus it also uses SQLite, SSL, In-App purchases, XML and Indy components in the app. The IDE extensions CnPack and MMX were also very valuable. This video provides an excellent introduction. EarMaster is the Most Advanced App for Music Theory and Ear Training on iOS. Pocketslip will eliminate those pesky paper receipts once and for all. Pocketslip it is powered by Delphi for iOS and Android, Cloud API, Parallel Programming API, REST Client Library and FireDAC. Fast and secure point-of-sale, integrated digital receipts for you and your custo
Now with More C++Builder and David Millington31/01/2017 Duración: 35min
It this week’s episode we talk with C++Builder Product Manager David Millington about his role at Embarcadero along with other news and tech tips for the week. Links relevant to the podcast today . . . C++Builder MVPs Drive by Daniel Pink Animated video Ted talk Embarcadero contests Sarina’s blog post on streaming audio AllPlayer Media is the cool app winner for January Write up AllPlayer.org IoT Boot Camp Android Apps on Chromebooks Why I Believe Live Coding is Cool Livecoding.tv Stay tuned to my LiveCoding.TV channel if you want to catch me live in the near future.
MVP of the Week: Yilmaz Yörü28/04/2016 Duración: 36min
This week’s MVP spotlight is on Dr. Yilmaz Yörü from Eskisehir-Turkey. He graduated from the department of Mechanical Engineering of Eskisehir Osmangazi University in 1997. He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the same department/university. Some of his interests are Programming, Thermodynamics (Exergy), Fluid Mechanics and Artificial Intelligence. He also likes graphical design and high-end innovations. Yilmaz Yoru’s web site Yilmaz’s company: esenja Artificial Intelligence Project: Abraina Game engine: Dagmen Video slide show . . . Screenshots