I have been working around multi threaded services for quite a while now. And as you may know, multi threading services are very hard to debug. When debugging multi threaded applications one must collect run-time information without disturbing the threads and introducing delays that would ultimately cripple the service or render the debug effort meaningless. Clearly, I needed to have the program send real-time messages. Continue reading “My Event logger – a poor man’s debugger”
Yesterday I learned about this Delphi Job offered in the Los Angeles area.(http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/sof/841116892.html).
Cool. I just got my SA e-mail with the download information and most important, the access key to get my Delphi 2009 adventure started. I’m such a geek! LOL!
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Thanks and happy Delphi!
An article published on eWeek.com states that “Delphi 2009 and C++Builder 2009 will be available on Aug. 25 with North American pricing beginning at $399 per license for Professional editions, $1,299 for Enterprise editions and $2,299 for Architect editions.“ Continue reading “Delphi 2009 release on Monday August 25?”
On my last post about the Delphi road map I got very interesting comments. Those comments made me think about what is really needed to take Delphi back to the place it deserves as a development tool. Continue reading “Still looking at the map.”
Last Friday I watched a presentation by David I and Andreano Lanusse on the upcoming Tiburon.
I did not get really excited whit any of the features discussed. Continue reading “The Delphi road map – are we on the right road?”