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growe
codewritinfool
Rolo
yacitus
larry
davew
mmai
zephyrfalcon
reinout
adamv
mfandreas
hexdump42
shiny
danielroseman
bittercoder
soryu2
xyb
Swizec
sjaekel
stringfellow
jbeigel
jefftriplett
douglasstarnes
smalltobi
honzakral
otherchirps
cstejerean
bkopanja
andrew
Arbaces
devien
fisadev
gniero
growe - 1 years
codewritinfool - 26 years
Rolo - 2 years
yacitus - 2 years
larry - 23 years
davew - 4 years
mmai - 6 years
zephyrfalcon - 13 years
reinout - 4 years
adamv - 3 years
mfandreas - 3 years
hexdump42 - 4 years
shiny - 7 years
danielroseman - 3 years
bittercoder - 5 years
soryu2 - 20 years
xyb - 5 years
Swizec - 3 years
sjaekel - 3 years
stringfellow - 7 years
jbeigel - 6 years
jefftriplett - 3 years
douglasstarnes - 2 years
smalltobi - 2 years
honzakral - 3 years
otherchirps - 10 years
cstejerean - 2 years
bkopanja - 8 years
andrew - 3 years
Arbaces - 3 years
devien - 1 years
fisadev - 2 years
gniero - 9 years
1992
Tried it very briefly at one point and although it seemed nice enough, it was Pascal and seemed pretty well irrelevant to the real world.
1992–
1994–1995
1994–1995
Used it to build a splash screen for the Hasbro Playskool CD-ROM installers. I recall it having a fun and easy learning curve.
1995–1998
Got me into Windows application development.
1995–2007
1995–2000
1995–
1996–2002
kinda like Visual Basic, but with more typing required to make things go ;-) Then when i got to engineering school they also used delphi to control various actuators.
1996–1998
1996–1999
1996–1998
1996–1999
1997–1999
1997–2001
I learnt delphi while studying - for GUI programming courses (along with Jade). Though I didn't really use the language for commercial purposes, I did write a number of reasonably complex applications in it. At the time it had one of the best debugging experiences I had encountered in an IDE, and quite a cool component model compared.
1998–
From Turbo Pascal to Delphi. Was kind of cool with the visual GUI editing. Had to use it in University (old Professor, next year they switched to Java) to program on the blackboard. With chalk. Not kidding!
1998–2000
1998–2002
1999–2005
There were good times, there were bad times, there was coursework and hackery.
1999–2001
1999–2004
2000–2002
I had to interface Visual Basic with Delphi via COM/COM+ on a few rare occasions.
2000–2001
I never got into it. The syntax was just too heavy. And although it was fast, 'Hello World' was somewhere around 10MB which back then was a lot.
2001–2002
Learned it in High School
2002–2004
Just in school, glad to be rid of it
2002–2011
2002–2003
2003–2010
2003–2005
Mostly use it for my educational project for Military Institute in Ukraine
2005
...didn't like it... used vb instead...
2005–2007
2006–2007
Only at university. Don't like it.
2009–
Delphi2 and Delphi 7
AH, WORKED A LONG TIME WITH IT, UNTIL I FOUND C# AND NOW NEITHER OF THEM.
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