Every month, one of the people who subscribes to my mailing list for Delphi programmers gets randomly selected to win a programming book. This month’s winner is Michael D., who has won a copy of Kevlin Henney’s 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know.
Michael, your book is on its way, and I hope you enjoy it!
This month, subscribers also got some tips on faster code navigation with some default Delphi keyboard shortcuts, a short lesson on a very useful Castalia feature that’s, unfortunately, kind of hidden, and some information about a recent survey I conducted which yielded some very interesting information about the most popular versions of Delphi.
If you missed out this month, sign up for the mailing list and you’ll not only get my newsletter next month, but you’ll also get my PDF 10 Keyboard Shortcuts Every Delphi User Should Know, AND you’ll be eligible to win free programming books for as long as you stay subscribed.
Delphi programmers who use Castalia are more productive and have more fun: They write better code faster with less typing, solve problems and find errors faster, and understand the code they already have better.