Myths About Delphi (Audio Only)

Myths About Delphi (Audio Only)

Series: Delphi Discussions

Episode: Myths About Delphi
Release Date: 10/10/2019 (mm/dd)
Filmed: 9/17/2019 (mm/dd)

Description

In this episode we will discuss several myths about Delphi that we have heard, read, and been witnesses to over the years. We will discuss each myth and try to provide the real information and facts. Episodes can be found here, your favorite podcast app, alexa, patreon, and of course on https://delphimystics.com. Visit our site for bios about the hosts, show notes, contests, merchandise, and more!

Hosts: Dave Nottage, Jim McKeeth, Zach Briggs

Episode Structure

  1. Welcome
  2. Introductions
  3. Discussion (Why We Choose Delphi)
  4. Tip or Trick of the Week
  5. Closing

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2 comments on “Myths About Delphi (Audio Only)

  1. DPger says:

    Thanks for this!
    I’m a german Delphi coder and glad to see things till spin.
    Keep up your work!

  2. Zach says:

    We appreciate the feedback! We always happy to hear from our viewers!

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