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Delphi 10.2 in Bussum, The Netherlands RAD Studio 10.2 tour continues. My last stop this week is in Bussum, in the Neterlands, a couple of kilometers east from Amsterdam. There are many enthusiastic Delphi developers today that came to see presentations from Danny Wind, from Delphi Company, from Bob Swart, also known in Delphi community as Dr. Bob and myself. The event is held is a nice theater building and the atmosphere is great. In the morning I have demonstrated Quick Edits to be more productive developer and Linux development w...

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RAD Studio 10.2 in Belgium The RAD Studio 10.2 tour continues. Today we had a stop in Belgium in Edegem. That's the same conference facility very close to Antwerp that hosts most RAD Studio events in Belgium. The facilities are great. The room was not as big as yesterday in Paris, but that was good, because all attendees could easily read the code from the screen. Every presentation is different. Today I have started from IDE productivity. Quick Edits have been received very well and there was this same question that pop...

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RAD Studio 10.2 in Paris RAD Studio 10.2 tour continues. Today I have been presenting on the full-day RAD Studio event organised by Barnsten in Paris. In the morning the presentation was around the new IDE features, including redesigned menu and Quick Edits, Linux develoment and publishing to Windows 10 Store. There was also a lot interest around IoT and specifically beacons. What I really like in France is paying proper attention to eating. The lunch break was two hours long and included three-course, delicious meal. ...
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Introducing RAD Studio 10.2 - London What a day! I'm just sitting at the gate in the London Heathrow airport waiting for my flight to Amsterdam. It was a great RAD Studio 10.2 event in London today. Embarcadero and Grey Matter, our UK reseller, organised the event about the latest version of Delphi and C++Builder in a nice private cinema building. All attendees additionally to other goodies received pop-corn and it was a lot of fun. Stephen Ball, my good colleague from Embarcadero, joined me on stage for the Q&A and a small Int...
Webinar Replay: Building a Microservices Architecture with RAD Server Microservices represent the latest in multitier architecture. Decoupling services result in increased flexibility, greater scalability and a more robust architecture. RAD Server makes the development of microservices easy. You can migrate existing fat client or multitier systems to RAD Server and start leveraging microservices right away. ...

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My upcoming RAD Studio 10.2 EMEA events RAD Studio 10.2 has been released just last month and I have already been showing it live to developers in Europe in Czech Republic, Poland and Sweden. There are more live events lining up that I'm going to present the latest version of RAD Studio, including new IDE features, Linux support, making database apps with FireDAC, and publishing REST APIs with RAD Server! May 9th, London, UK - Introducing RAD Studio 10.2 May 17th, Paris, France - Accelerate Your Development - Delphi Tournee 2...
Webinar Replay: Internet of Things Integration with RAD Server Overview of the Internet of Things components, libraries and support in RAD Studio. Including Beacons, Bluetooth LE, the GetIt IoT Components, Beacon Fencing and more. ...

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Webinar Replay: Migrating to RAD Server Moving existing Delphi VCL "Fat Client" database applications to scalable client/server architectures with RAD Server.  Five distinct phases: analyze, plan, refactor, build and deploy The key is building a layered architecture ...

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Stockholm - RAD Studio 10.2 On the high speed train from Stockholm to Gothenburg. In the morning flew from Amsterdam to show the latest Delphi and C++Builder to Swedish developers. There is certain energy exchange happening on live developer presentations like this. You give something and you get something in return. Nice to have Internet and electricity in the train, but after the whole day of programming new ideas do not come easy. Every RAD event is different. From recent ones in Prague and Warsaw, I knew to keep enoug...

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Microservices Security Resources The new hype in Enterprise architectures are "micro-services". The concept to build distributed systems from many small, independent building blocks that are accessible through REST APIs is not new. The rise of container architecture where you can realistically start the whole operating system very quickly to just serve a method call. When you start thinking about building such a solution, or at least demo, one of the first questions are about handling security. Clearly just using HTTPS is...

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