Marco Tech Blog

May, 2014

Blog posts archive for the given month, sorted by date. See the link for entire blog archive above.

XE6 Presentations in Australia and New Zealand

A few pictures from the recent XE6 sessions I did. -- Read blog post.

Me Interviewed by Alister Christie

Alister Christie interviewed me last Friday in New Zealand. 75 minutes long, covers many different areas of Delphi and RAD Studio and more. -- Read blog post.

XE6 Presentation in Taiwan

On the road back from New Zealand, I stopped 3 days in Taipei, Taiwan, for customer meetings and another XE6 public event. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week #12

It has been a while since I blogged my list of relevant articles and posts, and this is why this is a very long one. Enjoy reading about XE6 by following these links. -- Read blog post.

Using AdMob in an Android Delphi app

I've made some experiments by adding advertising support to a published Play Store application, my son's Lego minifigures app. -- Read blog post.

Advertising with Delphi XE6 on iOS

Follow up of yesterday blog post on advertising on Android, with the iOS side of the story. -- Read blog post.

Background Operations on Delphi Android, with Threads and Timers

Given you should never do slow, blocking operations on mobile, here are a couple of techniques (mostly threading) that can help keep your apps responsive. -- Read blog post.

Recharge your XE5 License

Owners of Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio XE5 can recharge their license to XE6 for half of the regular upgrade price. My suggestion: buy the new versions ASAP, to gain the full benefit of the new release sooner. -- Read blog post.

Delphi Blogs of the Week #13

Another round of my now bi-weekly list of relevant blog posts about Delphi, RAD Studio, C++Builder and more. -- Read blog post.

C++ Mobile Day, June 4th

Embarcadero is hosting a full day online conference focused on C++ mobile development. -- Read blog post.

Developer Skill Sprints by Embarcadero

Today JT kicked off the new Embarcadero webinar series called "Developer Skill Sprints". This event will run twice a week, until the end of June. -- Read blog post.