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This Month in RAD Studio – November 2019

   This month: RAD Studio 10.3.3 released, RAD Server on Docker (and why you might care even if you don’t use RAD Server), CodeRage 2019, and Interbase Temporary Tables:

Network Licensing in RAD Studio

Many developers we talk to are not really aware that RAD Studio offers several different types of licenses. I don’t mean different Editions (like Community Edition, Professional, Enterprise, etc), I mean license types, specifically Named User, Network Named User, and Network Concurrent User. However we regular run into customers who have requirements that are much …

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Operator Overloading Explained

In a recent Embarcadero webinar, Marco was demonstrating some new features of Records, including a new Assign operator that can be overloaded. Afterwards I had a number of questions from people asking what it was all about. Why do we need an Assign operator? Why would you want to overload an operator anyway? After a …

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DevOps World and Jenkins World 2018

Join the Code Partners team at DevOps World and Jenkins World 2018 in San Francisco in September.   It’s shaping up to be a cracking week of workshops and sessions covering the latest in software automation, DevOps practices, Continuous Delivery, Container Orchestration, Testing and more.   We had a great (albeit exhausting) time last year …

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Embarcadero 2018/19 Roadmap Update

Product management at Embarcadero have published more details of the 2018/19 Roadmap. Covering topics such as RAD Studio 10.3, codenamed Carnival (hmmm, no prizes for guessing the city name for that release. I guess Wagga Wagga will have to wait for 10.4 maybe?), FireMonkey Native Controls, Platform support, VCL and Windows Changes, RAD Server changes, …

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