#1 2021-11-16 11:34:20

ab
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Ekon 25 Slides

EKON 25 at Düsseldorf was a great conference (konference?).

At last, a __physical__ gathering of Delphi developers, mostly from Germany, but from Europe - and also some from USA! No more virtual meetings, which may trigger the well known 'Abstract Error' on modern pascal coders.
There were some happy FPC users too - as I am now. smile

I have published the slides of my conferences, mostly about mORMot 2.
By the way, I wish we would be able to release officially mORMot 2 in December, before Christmas. I think it starts to be stabilized and already known to be used on production. We expect no more breaking change in the next weeks.

I just had an interesting discussion with Michael on FPC new gitlab platform: the FPC RTL is gaining some official cryptography functions, and I proposed to use mORMot code base as reference, and to introduce some RTL wrapper functions which can redirect to a plain pascal FPC RTL version, or use another engines, like OpenSSL or mORMot, if available.

This is the forum thread for comments about https://blog.synopse.info/?post/2021/11 … -25-Slides

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#2 2021-11-16 11:42:13

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

And this is your only photo on the internet? wink

https://entwickler-konferenz.de/speaker/arnaud-bouchez/


Delphi XE4 Pro on Windows 7 64bit.
Lazarus trunk built with fpcupdelux on Windows with cross-compile for Linux 64bit.

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#3 2021-11-16 11:48:24

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

Here are the direct links I found:
Ekon25 mORMot 2 Cryptography
Ekon25 mORMot 2 Server-Side Notifications

Thank you for the slides.

With best regards
Thomas

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#4 2021-11-16 12:10:37

tbo
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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

edwinsn wrote:

And this is your only photo on the internet? wink

Looking at the EKON pictures on Twitter, I think I know why Arnaud likes marmots so much. His long, dense man's beard is very similar to the coat of a marmot. Dire Straits: Brothers in arms wink

With best regards
Thomas

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#5 2021-11-16 12:13:01

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

After the official seal of mORMot2, I guess the next big thing on your to-do list is updating its SAD?

Or, is SAD 2.0 available already?

Last edited by wxinix (2021-11-16 12:13:28)

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#6 2021-11-16 12:19:14

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

@edwinsn
The photo is indeed really outdated...
I sent to Ekon some more recent picture - hairy and beardy as an old marmot - but they did not update it on the website. wink

A more recent picture - guess which one is ab?
here before my first session about Cryptography

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#7 2021-11-16 15:18:48

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

It's nice to see more photos of yours! smile


Delphi XE4 Pro on Windows 7 64bit.
Lazarus trunk built with fpcupdelux on Windows with cross-compile for Linux 64bit.

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#8 2021-11-19 08:11:52

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Re: Ekon 25 Slides

About the proposal of abstract classes for the FPC RTL crypto part, I have created this https://forum.lazarus.freepascal.org/in … 189.0.html thread in the FPC/Lazarus forum.

And my yesterday commit is a new implementation of such abstract factories, which is implemented with the mORMot cryptography engines.
https://github.com/synopse/mORMot2/comm … db6dd46350

There is abstract classes, then a set of inherited classes which calls the mORMot engines.
It should cover most use cases about random generators, hashing, signing, encryption and public key cryptography.
The use of interfaces for hash and encryption instances allow a fluent and simple call in end user code.
The classes and methods have been designed to reuse as much code as possible, but also been safe from use.

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