CodeRage 2007

by john 3/13/2007 5:44:00 AM

Not only did I manage a full day at work today, but I "attended" a conference as well. Today was the first day of [coderage], [codegear]'s first virtual conference.

Early on it suffered from a few bandwith problems, but that was soon sorted out.  In fact, I think I might of been partly to blame because I was downloading the latest [spacely] build. :)

I had originally planned on only attending a few of the presentations, but enjoyed the early ones so much that I ended up listening and watching for the entire day. I'm going to be going back and filling in my entire schedule.

So a big thanks to everyone involved for setting everything up and participating, I hope  to attend other [codegear] conferences in the future. Maybe around the release of each [codegear] product. :)

 It's a great way to discover what's inside the product, how it was developed and what I can do with it.

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It's the small things that matter

by john 3/6/2007 10:59:00 AM

How can you tell that [CodeGear] is aiming to make this the best [Delphi] release ever? Performance, memory leaks and now flicker.

The first shot is of Delphi 2006 and the second is of Delphi 2007.

Notice how in 2006 the Active and New buttons flicker in the project manager. The same goes for the object name and type at the top of the object inspector.

In 2007, there is no flicker.

More information can be found at Steve's blog

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