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[FOSDEM 2014] Visualizing Delphi with Moose – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/03/20

Jus finished watching this very interesting talk from the last FOSDEM 2014 conference: [FOSDEM 2014] Visualizing Delphi with Moose – YouTube.

It is based on MOOSE (an open-source platform for software and data analysis) and PHARO (a free and open-source Smalltalk environment).

This is how to get started (it is in Dutch, we have great developers and researchers around here).

Be sure to watch the presenter Stefan Eggermont (StackOverflow, Twitter, LinkedIn, GitHub, FOSDEM, website www.legacycode.nl) as this kind of analysis (that is also possible for other languages and tools) can highly speedup your work.

You can download the webm version of the talk from the FOSDEV14 devroom.

–jeroen

4 Responses to “[FOSDEM 2014] Visualizing Delphi with Moose – YouTube”

  1. Bruce McGee said

    Well I’ll be…

    I have used static code analysis for years and have worked on several business intelligence projects.

    It never occurred to me to combine the two.

  2. G.a.Ruan said

    Sorry, the guy is talking a lot of crap. Eg, VCL is evolving. the guy names it the old delphi, the new would be delphi firemonkey.
    E.G. in short, code must be portable to all platforms. Which would mean that it could be wirtten only in C or assembler.
    ETC ETC.

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