In this episode we talk with Marco Cantù and Cary Jensen about Delphi Developer Days 2009. This is a two day event in two different cities. The first is in the Washington DC area on March 30th and 31st and the second is in the Chicago area on April 2nd and 3rd. The early bird pricing is available until February 20th.
Marco Cantù is on Twitter now, as well as Facebook and LinkedIn. His latest books include the Delphi 2009 Handbook and Essential Pascal. You can find more about him on his website, or keep track of him on his blog. Marco lives in Piacenza, Italy, but frequently travels to consult and train on Delphi development.
Cary Jensen is now on Twitter as well and plans to frequently post about Delphi. He is President of Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a Texas-based company that specializes in Internet and database development training and consulting, and winner of the Delphi Informant Magazine 2003 and 2002 Readers Choice Awards for Best Training.
Marco and Cary are great. We ended up talking about all sorts of stuff in addition to the Delphi Developer Days. In fact, we will need to do another podcast to talk some more.
10 replies on “22 – Delphi Developer Days 2009”
Hi TJ – I heard you from Indianapolis, Indiana.
You sound about 30 years old. Is that about right?
Listening from St. Paul, MN.
Listening from Louisville, KY.
Marco, great hearing your voice again.
Very nice introduction. You did a great job.
Greetings from Houston, Texas.
I heard you in my car onder way to my job – In the same way I heard the other 21 episode. To both of you keep up the good job.
PS. It was in the east of the Netherlans
Hey Tim Gooch.
I’ve been wondering what you’re doing. You use to publish my Delphi articles in the DDJ.
TJ says thanks for all the messages. Glad everyone is enjoying the podcast. He did want me to let everyone know he isn’t actually 30 yet.
Hi TJ, a little late perhaps, but I just heard the podcast and wanted to let you know I’ve been listening in the Netherlands, in Amsterdam and on the train to Alphen aan den Rijn.
TJ, you’re famous on the other side of the world.
I’m listening from The Netherlands, like the previous poster.
TJ, hello from Brazil 😉