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Programming Languages
25 Nov 2011   Updated: 26 Nov 2011   Rating: 4.88/5    Votes: 10   Popularity: 4.66
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This article explains how inheritance in Delphi helps you to design and create your classes using a nice Object Orientated approach
1 Jan 2012   Updated: 1 Jan 2012   Rating: 4.86/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.78
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This will show you how to generate and apply your own patches using Delphi.
20 Nov 2011   Updated: 22 Nov 2011   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.89
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This will allow you to create a configuration file in either INI or XML format minus all the hard work in Delphi.

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30 Nov 2010   Updated: 30 Nov 2010   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 4.23
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A note about StringBuilder Extensions

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I've been coding for the better part now of about 15 years, starting in the good old Turbo Pascal 7 days, when I made my very first computer game ( my own version of Reversi / Othello) and I was hooked, through to Delphi 2009 (and higher, just didn't use it that much).

For the last 3 years or so I have been off and on using C#/ASP.NET (and even more recently Entity Framework and MVC) and I think it is TOTALLY awesome. Having said that though, I must admit that I will always be a Delphi guy at heart. I've dabbled in a few other languages and am always on the lookout to keep in touch with what's new in the software development scene.

When I am not coding, I keep myself busy writing short stories[^], partying hard, singing at karaoke (don't judge me!), trying to learn how to play the guitar and generally helping others wherever I can.