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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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The Value of Using DBArtisan in a DBA Team

Arturo Holloway – Embarcadero
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi Prism

This presentation introduces and discusses 3 general areas where DBArtisan proves beneficial in a DBA team environment along with specific examples including: access and administration across multiple DB vendor platforms with a single standard interface; accessing remote databases with DBArtisan; and, migrating objects cross-platform.

What's New in C++Builder XE

David Intersimone – Embarcadero
CodeRage 5, 04-Oct-2010

This session demonstrates new capabilities in the recently released C++Builder XE product including Subversion support, AQTime profiling, Beyond Compare difference reporting, CodeSite logging, Cloud deployment to Amazon EC2 and work with Windows Azure cloud data storage, debugger enhancements for multi-threaded applications and new support for building C++ DataSnap native code servers and clients. This session also covers updated support for C++0x's new rvalue reference rules and move semantics for std::string, updates to the C++ standard and BOOST libraries and support for the DAX (Delphi ActiveX Library) for building ActiveX projects.

VENDOR SHOWCASE: Profiling of 64-bit Applications with AQtime and Delphi

Goran Begic – SmartBear Software, Inc.
CodeRage 7, 06-Nov-2012
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio

The presentation consists of two parts. In the first part the presenter will introduce five tips for improvement of performance of your algorithms written in Delphi code inside RAD Studio XE3. Each tip will be followed with an example demonstration using the free tool AQtime Standard shipping with RAD Studio. The second part of the presentation will focus on some more advanced topics including line level profiling and advanced counters for in depth analysis of performance of your code.

VENDOR SHOWCASE: Profiling of C++ Applications with AQtime and C++Builder

Goran Begic – SmartBear Software, Inc.
CodeRage 7, 11-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

The presentation consists of two parts. In the first part the presenter will introduce five tips for improvement of performance of your algorithms written in C++ code inside RAD Studio XE3. Each tip will be followed with an example demonstration using the free tool AQtime Standard shipping with RAD Studio. The second part of the presentation will focus on some more advanced topics including line level profiling and advanced counters for in depth analysis of performance of your code.

A Conversation with Bjarne Stroustrup: C++11 Language Standard

Bjarne Stroustrup – Texas A&M University
CodeRage 7, 10-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, will discuss with David I, the ISO C++11 standard (approved on August 12, 2011), new language features, how C++11 builds on C++'s strengths, and how it makes C++ easier to learn, use and teach. Bjarne will also discuss application portability and C++'s ubiquitous presence in the markets.

  

C++Builder 64-bit Windows Compiler: Supporting the Delphi Extensions Including RTTI

Eli Boling – Embarcadero
CodeRage 7, 12-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

The C++ language standard provides a naming convention to identify language extensions using the double underbar (__) in front of any extensions. This session will discuss the language and runtime extensions added to the new C++Builder 64-bit Windows compiler to support Delphi language, types, components and enhanced RTTI.

Using the C++ Standard and Boost Libraries in your 32-bit & 64-bit Applications

Lee Cantey – Embarcadero
CodeRage 7, 12-Dec-2012
Relevant to: C++Builder, RAD Studio

The C++ Standard library is a set of classes and functions that are part of the ISO standard for C++. The Boost C++ libraries include a collection of portable C++ source libraries created by Boost community members (http://www.boost.org), some of which are now included as part of the C++ Standard library. In this session you will learn how you can use the C++ Standard and Boost libraries in your C++ applications for Windows and Mac OS X.

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