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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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Workaround for FMX Memory Leaks on Windows in 10.2.1

Here is a relatively simple workaround for a memory leak on termination of FireMonkey Windows applications with Tokyo Release 1. -- Read blog post.



Creators Update BPL Loading Issue and Tokyo Release 1

As mentioned in the release notes of Tokyo 10.2.1, the latest release of RAD Studio addresses the issues caused by Creators Update DLL and BPL loading -- Read blog post.

Quality Portal and Tokyo Release 1

The RAD Studio 10.2.1 release was focused on bug fixing and addressed some of the most voted issues reported by customers in Quality Portal. This is some overall status information. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Tokyo Release 1 or 10.2.1 is Now Available

Embarcadero has just made available RAD Studio Tokyo Release 1 (formerly known as Update 1). -- Read blog post.



Some Data from the 2017 RAD Studio Developers Survey

This blog post includes some selected results from the RAD Studio Developers Survey the Embarcadero PM team run last April. Hope you find them as interesting as we do. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week #54

A new round up of news, after my two weeks of vacation around Europe. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the (Week) Month #53

Really becoming more of a monthly post, with a summary of links, recent news, blogs, releases, etc. -- Read blog post.



RAD Studio 10.2 Patch for Android Released

Last week Embarcadero released a patch for Delphi and C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo addressing issues for Android platform support -- Read blog post.

Celebrating 22 Exciting Years of Innovation with Delphi

Throughout its history, Delphi has been one of the most successful development platforms as it continues to navigate a highly competitive space, maintain its essence as a robust integrative toolset, and serve a large community of passionate developers. A new marketing booklet summarizes today's product vision. -- Read blog post.

Pictures from Italian Delphi Day last week

Last week I was at a large Italian conference (almost 100 Delphi developers) in my city. Here are a few pictures and comments. -- Read blog post.