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Marco is a RAD Studio Product Manager at Embarcadero Technologies, a best-selling Delphi books author, and a Delphi guru. Read More.

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My Today's Webinar on VCL High-DPI in RAD Studio 10.3

Later Today (in the evening for those in Europe) I'll give a webinar focused on High-DPI and Multi-Monitor support in VCL, with specific focus on new features in 10.3. -- Read blog post.

My Year in Cities 2018

Following a long tradition of this blog, dating back to 2006 (and continued in each of the following years), here is my year 2018 seen through the cities I've been to. -- Read blog post.

What's In RAD Studio 10.3 Architect Edition?

With the 10.3 release, Embarcadero has reinvented the Architect Edition, bundling new powerful tools and additional licences with RAD Studio Enterprise -- Read blog post.

New RAD Server Features in RAD Studio 10.3

The version of RAD Server that ships with RAD Studio 10.3 offers a very significant set of enhancements, with a new URL mapping logic and new server side components. -- Read blog post.

My CodeRage 2018 Sessions Source Code

I've made available the source code of the demos of my two CodeRage 2018 sessions, on the Delphi Language and RAD Server. -- Read blog post.

CodeRage 2018 Starts Today

Embarcadero yearly online conference, CodeRage, starts today and lasts until Thursday, with a program packed with top speakers and great content - see you online! -- Read blog post.

New Delphi 10.3 Warning "Unknown Custom Attribute"

There is a new warning in Delphi 10.3 related with undefined custom attributes and a specific way to turn that into an error. -- Read blog post.

Delphi RTL Improvements in 10.3 Rio

Even without entirely new libraries, the Delphi Run Time Library (RTL) has seen many significant changes in 10.3, mostly focused on performance. -- Read blog post.

Delphi 10.3 Released

Yesterday Embarcadero has released a shining new version of Delphi, with new language, RTL, VCL, FireMonkey, mobile, database and RAD Server features, plus a large number of quality improvements. -- Read blog post.

Deferring Delphi Managed Records Support

Due to some standing issues, we decided to disable the managed records Delphi language feature in the coming 10.3 release and postpone it to 10.4 -- Read blog post.