Jim McKeeth - Podcast at Delphi

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LIVE! Monday at 9 AM PST – Podcast Episode on Programming Books On Monday this week David, Craig, and Jim discuss some of their favorite programming books, both focusing on Delphi and C++ specific ones, and general programming topics.   Live at these corresponding times: Location Local Time Time Zone UTC Offset San Jose (USA – California) Monday, February 19, 2018 at 9:00:00 am PST UTC-8 hours Boise (USA – Idaho) Monday, February 19, 2018 at 10:00:00 am ...
Collecting Multiple Pages of REST Results in a Single MemTable I’ve run into this a few times, where a REST Service returns results in pages, so you have to make multiple passes to get all the data. One thing I love about the RAD REST Client Library is the ability to store all the data in the FDMemTable where you can work on it. Unfortunately when you can only get part of the results that limits the functionality. Here is a simple solution to get all the pages in a single FDMemTable. What you need is a second FDMemTable. My first one is called MembersTempT...

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LIVE! 13-Feb-2018 Delphi Web Frameworks Join Craig, David, and Jim as they discuss Delphi Web Frameworks LIVE! 13-Feb-2018 at 12 AM CST [other timezones] Planning to discuss some of the following . . . Ext JS UniGUI MARS-Curiosity Smart Mobile Studio Kitto WebHub Elevate Web Builder RAD Server Web Broker DataSnap IntraWeb & IntraWeb Bootstrap Delphi MVC Framework More . . .   Original link...
Delphi and the Blockchain: More than just Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Here is the replay of my webinar on Delphi and the Blockchain. We start with some basics of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, but we look specifically at some simple examples of what the blockchain is and how to use it. Stay tuned here for slides and some simple example code.  Original link...

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Single Board Computers and Delphi Discussion LIVE! Craig and Jim discussed Single Board Computers (SBC) and Delphi in this Live Episode of The Podcast at Delphi.org   If you are wanting to target these boards from Delphi remember if it is an ARM processor you will want to run Android, and if it is an x86 then you will want to run Windows or Linux. Here are some links to some of the single board computers we discussed: MinnowBoard by NetGate is an x86 based SBC that includes co...

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LIVE! Episode Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 We have a whole new streaming solution that should fix all the issues we were having, so expect better audio quality this time. Join Craig, David and myself for the latest on Delphi, C++Builder and software development in general. [YouTube]   Original link...

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LIVE! Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 You can watch live right here: 11 AM Mountain 12 PM Central 10 AM PacificOriginal link...
Join us for a LIVE Video Episode of the Podcast at Delphi.org Tomorrow will be a live episode of the Podcast at Delphi.org You can join us live on YouTube with your questions and comments, or catch the replay posted here. Stay tuned tomorrow for details on how to join. Tuesday, January 16, 2018 10:00 am PST UTC-8 hours 12:00 noon CST UTC-6 hours 01:00 pm EST UTC-5 hours 07:00 pm CET UTC+1 hour 18:00:00 GMT UTC This is our first time with this new format and wou...

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Webinar: To Build a FHIR Data Federation Service Healthcare Case Study with Apex Data Solutions To Build a FHIR Data Federation Service Rethinking User Experience Delivery in Healthcare Thursday, 22-Feb-18 at 8 AM, 12 PM and 8 PM Central Time [Register Now]  "The trouble with him was that he was not able to imagine. He was quick and ready in the things of life, but only in the things, and not in their meanings." -- To Build A Fire, by Jack London   Among the hardest unsolved problems of data interoperability in healthc...

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Get Ready for the New Programmers! U.S. News an World Report just ranked Software Developer as the best job for 2018. They use data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics to rank jobs based on pay, job security, mental engagement, stress, room to advance, satisfaction, and work-life balance. Since you are here, you most likely agree with that ranking and are surprised it took so long for someone else to recognize it. This means we will see a lot of people interesting in software development. Anyone looking for a better job...

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