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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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Aspect Oriented Programming: A Separation of Concerns

Jim McKeeth – WideOrbit
CodeRage 4, 08-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi Prism

What is Aspect Oriented Programming and why do I need it? That is the question that many people ask when they hear about AOP. Aspects may be to object-oriented programming what Objects were to procedural programming. Come learn how to separate your concerns and uncloud your classes in Delphi Prism with Cirrus.

CrossTalk: Best of Two Worlds

Matthijs ter Woord – Atozed Software
CodeRage 4, 08-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, Delphi Prism

CrossTalk allows native Delphi code to consume and use .NET classes and libraries. No changes or control is required to the .NET classes. CrossTalk makes the classes available so that they look like native classes.

Win32 and .NET Interoperability: CANCELLED

Olaf Monien – EDV-Beratung Monien
CodeRage 4, 10-Sep-2009
Relevant to: Delphi, Delphi Prism

This session shows how to use .NET functionality, such as .NET encryption classes, from Win32 applications.

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.

A Pragmatic and Powerful Code Generator with Generics and Anonymous Methods

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

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.

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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