As I am sure everyone knows, I interviewed Michael Rozlog, the Delphi Product Manager at Embarcadero Technologies last Thursday. I just got a chance to sit down and start editing it, but for those of you who cannot wait, I’ll share the rough version out for preview. My plan was to share it out via a Dropbox shared folder, but I am also going to share it via a DropBox public folder link.
I’ll keep the public folder link available until I post the final version of the episode.
For all of those who subscribed to DropBox via the link in the last post, it didn’t give me your email address, so I cannot add you to the public drop box. If you want to have access to the Public Delphi DropBox going forward, then you need to leave a comment here using your email address.
Have you signed up for Dropbox yet? It is a service that makes it really easy to syncronize files between multiple computers, your iPhone and friends. I am considering using their folder sharing as an alternative method to share out Delphi related materials, like maybe raw episodes of the podcast (before I edit them and add the music), or possibly trials, freebies, videos or other goodies!
Dropbox offers 2 GB free, but up to 100 GB for premium subscribers. As a bonus, if you sign up via a referral, then you both get an additional 250 MB free.
So if you are interested in something like that, let me know, and sign-up for Dropbox. If you do sign up via the link in this post, then we both get an additional250 MB of storage for free (more if you upgrade to a premium account).
I have some fun and exciting stuff planned to share out, and I would love to see what everyone else would be interested in sharing. Of course we want to make sure if it isn’t your own creation you have permission to share it.
So either sign up via one of the links here, or if you have already signed up then let me know you want to be part of the network.
If you want to know some more cool thinks you can do with Dropbox, check out 15 Dropbox Hacks from Maximum PC.
I need your questions!
Michael Rozlog has agreed to an interview. I am planning to discuss his roll as the Delphi Product Manager, the Delphi Survey, the Delphi Road Map and your questions from the comments on this post. The interview is scheduled for Thursday, so I need your question before then. Try to keep the question short and succinct. If you have a bug report, please use QC. If you have an issue in QC then please include the QC number.
If you would like to email me an audio question or use the Delphi Hot Line to submit a question you can do that too. My email address is email@example.com or call (361) 4Delphi. You can also post your questions to a special user voice forum, which might be the best way so I can ask you questions back about your question.
UPDATE: Listen to the interview.