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Archive for December 3rd, 2020

.NET: interfaces that inherit from multiple base interfaces

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/12/03

For my link archive:

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Mike Cardwell’s Tech Blog: Twitter to RSS with Google Cloud Function – Grepular

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/12/03

Cool, on my list of things to tinker with: [WayBack] Twitter to RSS with Google Cloud Function – Grepular at Mike Cardwell’s Tech Blog

Source at [WayBack] Mike Cardwell / funcTwitter · GitLab, of which these are the most important bits:

Via [WayBack] Mike Cardwell on Twitter: “Twitter to RSS with Google Cloud Function”

–jeroen

Posted in Cloud Apps, Cloud Development, Development, Google, Google Cloud Function, Internet, Power User, RSS, SocialMedia, Software Development, Twitter | Leave a Comment »

I’m using Delphi XE 10.2: empty documentation tab means you need to update to either the documentation Hotfix or 10.2.3

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/12/03

If you see the Documentation tab like below you need to either:

The problem is caused by Embarcadero using mixed technologies in the Delphi IDE combined with their lack of testing due to not eating their own dog-food.

Too bad, as the documentation over the last versions has finally increased after a 10+ year steady decline.

Doing one technology right is hard, but having to mix multiple technologies into one product is extremely hard.

Via: [WayBack] I’m using Delphi XE 10.2. Whenever I click on the Documentation tab, I see the following uselessly rendered page. I can’t seem to resize it either. Anyb… – Graeme Geldenhuys – Google+

–jeroen

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