The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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PARTNER SOLUTION: #Install SDK
Joe Mele – Mele Systems LLC
Relevant to: Delphi Prism
Often when you build an install with your favorite setup tool, it is a chore to integrate with your build system. #Install allows you to do so with Delphi Prism or any .NET language. Even if depending on the build parameters to make radical changes to the install, #Install allows you to specify precisely those differences and build the specific MSI file. If you have a MSI file built by someone else, you can de-compile it into code to enhance understanding of its internals, make changes, then rebuild.
Getting Intimate with Your Newly Inherited Database
Rick Iannitelli – Embarcadero
Relevant to: All-Access
Current economic trends provide ample opportunity for firms to either acquire new IT assets or divest themselves of them. Therefore, DBAs will have newly acquired databases dropped in their laps, and asked (better said, told) to understand them and pick up the ongoing support. With the technology stack that Embarcadero provides through All-Access, DBAs can quickly and easily get an understanding of these newly inherited databases. Create visual representation of the database, capture and archive all database objects in order to mitigate the risk with ongoing development of the database, and even go as far as understand the resource utilization of these databases.
This session discusses building Domain Specific Languages and DSL-style code in Delphi. The use of DSL is becoming a very popular technique in Java, C#, and even more in Ruby. The presentation introduces the role of DSL and shows different approaches you can use to implement them in Delphi.
This session takes you *very* deep in the rabbit hole that hides the LINQ internals in Delphi Prism. All the secrets and all the compiler magic behind LINQ is explained in detail, so that you will be able to use only parts of LINQ where they help you. Especially lambda expressions and the way you can use them with extension methods will make your coding-Fu far more powerful than now, and this goes even further down.