The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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Software + Database Archeology for Java Developers
Al Mannarino – Embarcadero
Relevant to: Delphi
What is Software + Database Archeology? A process for approaching unknown software and databases that you have become responsible for. An approach to unraveling the complexities of an existing application. A method for evaluating frameworks, component libraries, and databases you are considering. The analysis of past systems to learn and understand why it was done that way. This session takes you through the process using a large, real-world Java application and complex SQL database.
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.
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.
Use your Delphi skills to build native Android applications using RemObjects' new Oxygene for Java. Using the same language and compiler as Oxygene for .NET, which powers Embarcadero Prism XE2, Oxygene for Java is the quickest way Delphi developers can start building Android applications today.