January 2013 C++ videos - the remaining 10 quick videos are soon to appear

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For those waiting for the completion of the January 2013 C++ 31 videos series, the final 10 videos should appear on the calendar in the next couple of days.  The 10 remaining videos (there actually may be a couple more after that) are recorded and are now being edited and rendered so that they can be accessed.  The remaining topics include: more on LiveBindings, using InterBase XE3 ToGo, C++Builder 64-bit compiler inline assembler, building 64-bit C++ InterBase UDF (user defined functions) DLLs/Dylibs, multi-tier application development with DataSnap and using 3D models in your C++ applications.

Sorry to not get all of the editing, rendering and posting done before January closed.  Stay tuned to the video calendar and this blog for the links to the remaining 10 videos.  Also, if you have ideas for additional C++Builder short videos, post comments below.  There is always Feburary, March and beyond to deliver additional quick learning videos.


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    shuhin ashayeri Friday, 1 February 2013

    Is it possible to create a short video about plugable application with packages in C++ Builder?

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    David Intersimone Saturday, 2 February 2013

    Shushin - I will see what I can do. I am waiting for Package building support to be added to the C++Builder 64-bit compiler. Thanks for the suggestion. Keep them coming. Even though I am completing the 31 videos recorded in January, there are many more topics I'd like to cover in additional C++ videos. I will add yours to the list :)

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