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The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.

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Why and When to Use DataTables in ASP.NET

Cary Jensen – Jensen Data Systems
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: DB Optimizer

Few ASP.NET developers use DataTables in their Web applications. However, these developers are missing out on a wide range of features by avoiding this powerful .NET class. This presentation provides you with an overview of DataTables in ASP.NET applications, including when their use is appropriate. It also demonstrates a number of advanced techniques in Delphi Prism that would be difficult or impossible without DataTables.

Creating Custom WPF Controls in Delphi Prism

Ray Konopka – Raize Software
CodeRage 4, 09-Sep-2009
Relevant to: All-Access, JBuilder

One of the benefits of WPF is that it is flexible enough to handle many situations that would typically require creating a custom control in another user interface framework. However, there are still times when creating a custom control is appropriate and this session covers what you need to know to get started. Topics include user controls vs. custom controls, base class selection, dependency properties, routed events, templates, and much more.

Multi-Threading in Delphi

Marco Cantù – Wintech Italia
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi

Multi-threading technologies are coming to the spotlight thanks to the significant advantage they can give applications running on multi-core CPUs. This presentation covers the Delphi TThread class, details advantages and problems of multi-threaded applications (including synchronization issues), and shows in practice how to speed up some processing tasks. Examples will focus on handling pure CPU/memory-bound processing, database-related operations, and Internet-based requests.

Dynamic Class Creation at Runtime

Mason Wheeler – WideOrbit Inc
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi

This session demonstrates how new object classes can be created at runtime, and how this can be useful.

The Delphi Language Today: Generics, Closures, and Extended RTTI

Marco Cantù – Wintech Italia Srl
CodeRage 5, 04-Oct-2010

This presentation focuses on recent features added to the Delphi language. The focus is on generics, closures, the extended RTTI, and attributes. We delve into the details of these features and show practical examples. We also touch on some other language extensions, like class helpers, and try to assess the overall power of the Delphi language today.

The Delphi ClientDataSet as a Practical Foundation of an ORM Layer

Jeroen Pluimers – better office benelux
CodeRage 5, 05-Oct-2010

This session shows how versatile the CDS can be and the pragmatic use of generics, anonymous methods, class helpers and a code generator that generates 90% of your data and UI Layer. It shows you a couple of interesting concepts in the Agile world by (re)generating part of your code, and carefully choosing your class hierarchy it becomes easy to be productive.

Using Extended RTTI to Make your Life Easier

Mason Wheeler
CodeRage 5, 07-Oct-2010

The extended RTTI system in Delphi can be used to access information on any object, regardless of class. This makes it useful in cases where your code needs to perform actions on arbitrary data types. This session shows how to use extended RTTI to simplify serialization, dataset-object binding and scripting.

Prism Unleashed

Sebastian Gingter – RemObjects Software
CodeRage 6, 19-Oct-2011


The Oxygene language from Prism was developed for managed environments and developer productivity. This session shows you some of the more 'hidden' language features like Class Contracts, Interface delegation, and Inline Interfaces that really boost your development performance.

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