While my dual channel switch can be run over any TCP socket, I though it might be fun to program a Windows desktop controller using Delphi. Read more
Delphi’s quarter century has provided me with a great ride. Many hours of fun writing Windows applications, usually with a technical orientation. Read more
I thought it time to explore Delphi Community Edition, the free development platform released last summer. I did and it rocks. Read more
This article could equally be titled “how I learned to write good software”. During the 1990’s, I rekindled my interest in shortwave and ham radio. Like many, my hobbies had been placed on hold for twenty years while we raised a family and I did the “career thing.” Sound familiar?
This video tells the story of Ergo – what it is and what it does. Basically, it is a software program that combines control of radios, databases of stations and tools to support a shortwave radio listener. Since this is well described in the video, I am going to focus this article on how a few things I learned about writing software.