Marco Tech Blog

About Marco

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

RAD Studio Hotfixes for XE8 and XE7 with 10 Seattle fixes

Yesterday Embarcadero has released two hotfixes for RAD Studio XE7 and RAD Studio XE8 including a number of bug fixes that have already been made available in RAD Studio 10 Seattle. -- Read blog post.



Delphi 2016 Roadmap

The RAD Studio roadmap for 2016, including plans for Delphi and C++Builder for the current year, is now public -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #38

Another round up of interesting links and blog posts for Delphi developers. -- Read blog post.

Blog UI Redesign in Progress

As you might have seen if you visited my blog during the last two days, I'm in the process of a complete redesign of the user interface (not the underlying engine). Hope you'll appreciate the results. -- Read blog post.



Editing Delphi Code on a Mac

Over the last year, there has been an increasing push in the development of source code editors and even full development environments based on portable code and available on multiple platforms, including Mac OS X. Here are some notes about my experiments with Object Pascal enabled editors on the Mac. -- Read blog post.

Migrating Books Demos to GitHub

I've migrated the demos of most of my books, from a hosted SVN repository to GitHub. Hope this helps making them more reachable and easier to interact with. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #37

Let's start the new year (after some days off) with a new round of interesting links and news. -- Read blog post.



My Year in Cities, 2015

Here we are at the end of the year, ready to go for a summary of what I've done through the list of cities I've visited. -- Read blog post.

Feature Requests in Embarcadero Quality Portal

We've added specific support for requesting new features for RAD Studio in the Embarcadero Quality Portal. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #36

Another month has gone by, and here are some interesting Delphi links I've collected. -- Read blog post.