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“Delphi has a developer population of approx 1.75 million users worldwide in 2006. Delphi has 15% IDE marketshare overall (7.7% ranked out of 100%) and is the #2 Windows IDE and the #4 IDE overall (C++Builder is #3 and #5
…and you thought Delphi was not big/good!!
It is just that not many people are aware of it. No, you can’t use it to create an ERP application (perhaps), but it is pretty darn useful for 80% of the commercial software work carried out in most of the companies, and it actually helps you to create it faster.
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Nice one. Read it in full here: YAPH: Management Techniques
After a few weeks of break, I think I am back to regular blogging mode. This hiatus helped me to dwell upon life as such, about my work, about my future and a few other things too personal to write about here. Anyway, I think I have found some peace at last (within me) and so you can expect a deluge of posts over the next few days.
PS: Thanks to Apple for waking me up with a timely reminder, quoting a part of my own opening post:
The main reason for starting this blog was this: I am finding it really difficult to keep in touch with all of my buddies, to the extend I would like to, thanks to the demands of my professional and personal life. Even if I manage to be in touch with a few of them, I am unable to share all the news and views with them.
A couple of days back MSNBC carried this nice article about the most generous donors of 2005, be it for charity or educational purposes. I was amazed to learn how much these great people donate to charity, and I just hope this inspires lots of us mere mortals to give back more to the society.
If you have a few extra dollars in your pocket (it doesn’t have to be a billion) and you’d like to share some of your financial good fortune with others who are in great need, we invite you to join with us in supporting some impressive Foolanthropies. Remember that:
* Fully one-fifth of humanity, some 1.3 billion people, struggles to survive on less than $1 per day.
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* More than a billion people around the world will go to bed hungry tonight.
* Life expectancy in some 32 countries is less than 40 years.