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CodeRage 4: session replays are online too!

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2009/09/13

Embarcadero has made available the replays of the CodeRage 4 sessions.
You can find them in the CodeRage 4 sessions overview.

In order to download them from that overview, NOTE: To access this session replay, you must be logged into EDN. you can login or sign-up (which is free).

To make it easier to find all the relevant downloads, below is an overview of my sessions and their links.

Let me know what you use it for, I’m always interested!

Update 20090918: changed the download locations because CodeCentral messed up.

Practical XML in Delphi

Starting with the XML basics, learn about well formed and valid documents, encoding, and recoding and XSD validation. See examples in Delphi for Win32 and Delphi Prism showing you which tool to choose when. Finally, learn where things can go wrong and how to prevent that: improper but well formed XML, copying data between XML documents, convert XML to tables and objects, etc.

Reliable Communication between Applications with Delphi and ActiveMQ

Message Queuing is a reliable way for applications to communicate with each other, especially in environments where applications or communications might not be 100% reliable. This session shows you how to use the leading open source ActiveMQ with Delphi.

Using Unicode and Other Encodings in your Programs

This session shows you that Unicode and other encodings are not scary. They help you in exchanging data with other systems and addressing people that use other characters than U.S. ASCII. Learn about Unicode, ISO-8859, CodePages, Windows-1252, UTF, single-byte, multi-byte, encoding, re-encoding, differences in Delphi and Delphi Prism, and much more. See how to fix code that failed before as well.

–jeroen

4 Responses to “CodeRage 4: session replays are online too!”

  1. No, the replays are not available!
    There are some links out there, but the download just doesn’t work.
    I (and many other Delphi users in our company) have tried since last saturday, without success.
    Hope that Embarcadero can fix it before we lose interest.

    Best regards

    • jpluimers said

      Wow, such a bold statement!

      When I posted the article, my sessions were online.
      In fact, I just checked, and they are still online.

      The connection is slow, sometimes you get a timeout (that might be because of high interest), so just try and you will get them.

      –jeroen

      –jeroen

  2. Jose Torres said

    Today I am downloading the sessions, they are all online. The connection still is slow, sometimes I had to restart the download, but they work.

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