The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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Database Change Management for Application Developers
Brad Wulf – Embarcadero
A database is a shared central resource. Unlike Java, Delphi or .NET projects where code is copied to the developer's workstation for editing, database schema objects are created and altered in a development environment then promoted to a UAT (User Acceptance Testing) environment and then ultimately placed in a production environment. DB Change Manager is the tool that assists in the process of promoting code across the various development and testing environments that an enterprise may require. DB Change Manager also integrates with version control tools like Subversion (which we'll see in this presentation), Team Foundation Server, CVS and others. In this presentation we'll discuss the common work flow that Embarcadero has observed from its user base. We will also explore how users can add Alter, Create and Drop scripts generated by DB Change Manager to the version control tool of their choice.
A Pragmatic and Powerful Code Generator with Generics and Anonymous Methods
Jeroen Pluimers – better office benelux
Sometimes it pays off to generate some of your source code. If you, for instance, can split your behavior in generated base classes and specific descending classes, this can speed up development enormously. You do not need a full-fledged code generator for this. By keeping it pragmatic and reusing parts of the Delphi RTL itself, you can get results quickly.
Getting Practical with DataSnap: A Hands-on Session with Prizes
Stephen Ball – Embarcadero
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio
In this fast paced session, attendees will be shown how to take and run with this ready-to-use DataSnap based business engine and how it has been built. Step-by-step, you will be shown how to populate it with your own data structures and output information to any client type, including stunning FireMonkey client applications. Along the way, you will see how to use each of the server side state for data management (Session, Invocation, Server) plus a number of language features introduced from D7 up to XE3 within Delphi, and shows how RTTI partnered with FireMonkey Styles can help build dynamic run time generated screens from any object; A Competition! At the end of this session, get the link to the project code, download it and join the competition to build a front end view of data coming out the engine using your favourite C++ / Delphi tools. So what are you waiting for?