In this video Alister Christie looks at using the Platform Assistant to do remote debugging.  We run Delphi on one computer and and debug an executable on a different machine.  You can watch on YouTube.

This was my CodeRage 4 presentation back in late 2009.  It's very introductory stuff and Pascal only.  It's based around a couple of chapters in Marco Cantu's book Essential Pascal (produced with permission).  The presentation is about 35 minutes long.  You can watch YouTube.

In this Delphi Programming video (keywords present for the TIOBE index) Alister Christie demonstrates a real world application that was written for a property management company in Wellington, New Zealand to print key labels.  This video can be watched on YouTube, it is about 14 minutes long.

In this Delphi programming tutorial Alister Christie demonstrates the usage of the Self hidden parameter in class methods.  You can watch on YouTube.  The video is about 6 minutes long.

In this video Alister Christie demonstrates how to abuse typed constants by using them like variables and shows how they have some interesting properties (and also compares them to class variables).  You can watch on YouTube.

In this video we take a brief look at form ownership in both the VCL and FireMonkey.  This Delphi programming tutorial is under ten minutes long and you can watch on YouTube.

This is another video where I demonstrate my limited knowledge of FireMonkey.  It it I build the classic "Add items from an Edit to a ListBox" example, then add a little animation to make things look pretty.   The video is a touch under 13 minutes and you can watch on YouTube.  This video also relates to this StackOverflow question, and this item in Quality Central.

In this 26 minute video, Alister Christie builds a Period Chart of the Elements in FireMonkey based on a similar project created for Building VCL Apps Part 1. You watch on YouTube.

In this video we look at preserving state in a DataSnap REST server session between method invocations.  You can watch the video on YouTube.  This was originally recorded for the 24 Hours with David I, however I've fixed a bug in this version.

In this video we extend the application we built in the previous video (IntraWeb Fish Facts) and make it suitable to work with mobile devices (iOS, Android, etc...).  We do this by customizing the HTML that is rendered and using the jQuery Mobile framework.  This video is about 45 minutes long and you can watch it on YouTube.