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Webinar Recap: Leveraging the Latest Office 365 Project Tools & Capabilities

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Tim Runcie’s session, Leveraging the Latest Office 365 Project Tools & Capabilities, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to use this transcript for the purposes of self-paced learning, searching for specific information, and/or performing a quick review of webinar content. There may be exclusions, such as those steps included in product...

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Double Performance In Some Scenarios With Custom FastMM4-AVX Memory Manager

While looking into upgrading the FastMM4 version in Embarcadero Dev-C++ I ran across a fork of FastMM4 called FastMM4-AVX. It uses special instruction sets to achieve better results than the original FastMM4. Developer maximmasiutin has added a number of enhancements to the original FastMM4 specifically “AVX support and multi-threaded enhancements (faster locking)”. It claims “Under some multi-threading scenarios, the FastMM4-AVX...

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Syntax Highlighting Editors In Delphi & C++Builder On Windows

A popular syntax highlighting editor for Delphi is called TSynEdit. This post is mainly focused on the various forks of TSynEdit and which one you might want to use in your own projects. The Dev C++ project uses TSynEdit which needed to be upgraded when it was lifted from compiling in Delphi 6 to compiling in Delphi 10.4. The three options are: TurboPack TSynEdit – https://github.com/TurboPack/SynEditTSynEdit-2 –...

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The Origins Of Delphi R&D Recounted By Danny Thorpe, Original Delphi 1 Team Member

I ran across this post over on StackExchange where Danny Thorpe, one of the original Delphi 1 team members, recounts the effort that went into the research and development behind the creation of Delphi 1. Enjoy! “Delphi 1.0 was released Feb 14, 1995. By my (now somewhat foggy) recollection, research / experimentation that directly contributed to defining the Delphi visual development experience started around 1992. The research...