Marco Tech Blog

October, 2014

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

Delphi XE7 Blogs of the Week #19

As usual, more than a week went by, and this is why this list of blogs is quite long. Lots of nice content from the Delphi world and beyond. -- Read blog post.

Embarcadero Conference Brazil, Next Week

Next week I'll speak for the first time at the Embarcadero Conference in Brazil, a large gathering of local, mostly Delphi developers in Sao Paulo. -- Read blog post.

A Subtle Delphi TRegEx Change

A subtle change in the TRegEx class defaults can cause some incompatibilities with pre-XE6 versions of Delphi (and C++Builder) code. -- Read blog post.

RAD Studio Hotfixes for BMP Buffer Overflow and PAServer

There are two new hotfixes for Delphi and C++Builder XE7, XE6, and one also for XE5. -- Read blog post.

Open Source "TurboPack" Components for XE7

An important set of open source components has been migrated to XE7 and is now available. These includes some of the former Turbo Power components, plus a few others. -- Read blog post.

2014 Conference in Brazil

Yesterday in Sao Paulo myself and Jim McKeeth gave session at the largest Delphi event of the year, a great gathering of passionate developers. -- Read blog post.

Delphi XE7 Blogs of the Week #20

Another bi-weekly round of updates, regarding Delphi, applications, third party, and more. -- Read blog post.

CodeRage 9 Coming Next Week

Next week Embarcadero technology will host the its 9th free, online developers conference, with parallel tracks covering Delphi XE7 and C++Builder XE7. -- Read blog post.

Speaking at ITDevCon 2014

Next Thursday, October 23rd, I'll be giving a Delphi XE7 keynote at ITDevCon in Milan, Italy. -- Read blog post.

My New Object Pascal Handbook

I'm working on a new book covering Delphi's Object Pascal language from the ground up to the most advanced features. And you can get a draft today as part of an Embarcadero promotion. -- Read blog post.

RAD Studio Quality Portal

There is a new public bug reporting portal for Delphi and C++Builder that we encourage you to use instead of the old Quality Central. -- Read blog post.