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F# for a Delphi Programmer

When Visual Studio 2010 was released and it included a large number of great new features, one of which in particular was portrayed as a stealth revolution by an article in The Register: F#. F# is a new .NET based functional programming language which emerged from Microsoft’s Cambridge Research lab as the primary focus of Don […]

New Language Features in Delphi Prism

Continuing my look at Delphi Prism, in my previous post I took a (very short) look at some of the compatibility changes required to port my Delphi.NET  Twitter Library to Delphi Prism, I mentioned that I now needed to learn about some of the new language features provided by Prism. Ever since the release of […]

Migrating a Project to Delphi Prism from Delphi.NET

As we know, now that the future of Delphi.NET is Delphi Prism (based on the RemObjects Oxygene compiler) we have to migrate our Delphi.NET projects to be compatible with the Prism compiler. The Easiest way to get started is to look at the free Oxidizer tool provided on the RemObjects Wiki. The tool helps with […]

A New Beginning for Delphi

Delphi programming is currently being rejuvenated on so many different levels. I was pleased to see that in the November 2008 TIOBE Index of Programming Languages Delphi shot up to 8th place (only .020% behind c#). I believe that this is partially on the excellent efforts of my good friend Jim McKeeth whose community herding has helped […]