2007-10

Handbook Note 11/113: Design-time Themes

Note 11 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Handbook Note 13/113: Disable Code Folding

Note 13 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Washington Delphi User Group

I visited the local Delphi user group yesterday, which turned out to be a nice experience.

DoS Attacks on marcocantu.com

My primary was site is subject to some unusual activity from time to time, resulting in an actual Denial of Service. This happened again earlier this week...

Delphi 2007 and QuickCam

My Delphi 2007 Update 3 installation didn't let me debug... because of the Logitech QuickCam.

Handbook Note 17/113: StarTeam

Note 17 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Fun Installing Vista SDK on Vista

You'd think Microsoft tested the installation of the Windows Vista SDK on Vista... but you might be wrong!

Handbook Note 18/113: Removing .NET Help

Note 18 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Handbook Note 19/113: Live Templates

Note 19 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Danny Thorpe Leaves Microsoft for a Startup

Former Delphi compiler architect Danny Thorpe has announced on his blog that he left Microsoft to go working at a startup, Cooliris.

Handbook Note 22/113

Note 22 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Enumerators and Nested Types

Hallvard has a very nice post on the internals of enumerators, I wanted to chime in mentioning a slightly different coding style.

Handbook Note 24/113: Refactor(ing) Menus

Note 24 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Essential Pascal Coming to Lulu

My second book to be published on Lulu will be Essential Pascal. I expect it to be ready in a month or so.

Handbook on Lulus Top 100 Best Sellers

My latest book is currently 86 on Lulus all time best-sellers list.

Handbook Note 30/113: MSBuild Customization

Note 30 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

Online Shop with JQuery

I've set up an online shop... using a lot of JavaScript, based on the superb jQuery library.

Handbook Note 32/113

Note 32 of 113 of Delphi 2007 Handbook

My Delphi Hour Guest Appearance

I've been invited by Nick Hodges for his Delphi Hour, tomorrow. You are all invited to attend... and feel free to ask questions!