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LearnDelphi.tv is the Internets premier site for instructional video on using Delphi.  Since about 2007 I've been producing free video tutorials on using Delphi.  More recently I've created a series of commercial videos which provide amazing value for money.  While aimed at beginners, even seasoned Delphi users should find the content useful.

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Sometimes watching videos and reading articles isn't enough to learn what you need - often it is far more helpful to talk to a real person.  Finding a Delphi expert you can communicate with can be a tricky problem - no longer. Alister Christie is now available on Skype for consultation on Delphi problems and training.

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I very much like the style of your videos, a little informal and conversational at times which helps to understand the thought process behind the code. Many of them are still too advanced for me though.


Hope you continue with the blog videos as well, enjoy them very much.


I’d like to thank you for your free videos, there a fantastic resource for people like myself who struggle on in almost complete isolation.


I’ve watched most of your free videos and I have purchased both of your Delphi videos. I’ll definitely purchase number three if you get it done.

 

Andrew Emmans

Home Free Videos Movie Movie #116 - Fractals, Parallel Programing, Code Optimization and Cross Platform

Movie #116 - Fractals, Parallel Programing, Code Optimization and Cross Platform

This was a talk that I did for the ADUG Winter Symposium (4-Aug-2016) in Sydney. In it I build a cross-platform (Windows/Android) application for calculating fractals. It's on fractals, code optimizations and parallel programming. The images and details about the super-computers is from Wikipedia and the fractal zoom animation in the beginning is https://youtu.be/a26UXXVQAHg.  Watch this presentation on YouTube, it's 85 minutes long - so grab some popcorn.  I'll make the source code available shortly. You can alternatively watch the Melbourne version of this talk that repeated the following day (5-Aug-2016).

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