I truly believe we are in the Delphi Renaissance.
The way the TIOBE Index works is it looks for the phrase “Delphi programming” in various searches. Then compares the numbers for all the languages it indexes. So be sure you say “Delphi programming” in your pages that are talking about Delphi, instead of some shorthand that doesn’t meet that search criteria.
That is why I have Delphi programming in my subtitle here. Then I know it is on every page.
Call to Action
- Update your blog or web site to say “Delphi programming” on every page.
- Contact the authors of other Delphi blogs to remind them to do the same.
- Include the phrase Delphi programming in forum posts you might make.
- Contact people behind other Delphi related web sites and remind them to do the same.
Together we can take #8 in November! (And in the US you thought November was just about the presidential election!)
Update: If you update your site or blog to say “Delphi programming” on every page, leave a link here, and add a comment to your blog so others will see it and do the same. If you look, C# is in number 8, and it wasn’t that long ago that Delphi was ahead of C#.