[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] Just for a bit of fun I started new poll today, asking how people feel ahead of the XE3 World Tour. I’ll reset the poll once the World Tour has been under-way for a time and the information being released is “in the wild”, to compare our reaction with our anticipation.
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] So I thought everybody would know what I meant by that question, but the poll that I’m currently running suggests not, so perhaps I’d better explain.
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] Since I’m preparing a series of posts about (and eventual publication of) Smoketest, my own testing framework, I thought I’d test the water with this weeks poll and see what – if anything – people are already using as far as unit testing goes. Also I thought I’d briefly mention that I am at Microsoft Tech Ed ’08 (NZ) this week, and it was good to see that the NZ CodeGear reseller, Developer’s Inc were handling a steady stream of traffic at their stand where Delphi 2009 was on display (in the form of data sheets :)). I asked when Delphi 2009 was expected to ship and was told that it had been released to manufacturing and was on target to start shipping on 20th September – I forgot to ask whether that was an NZ date or worldwide. Not quite from the horses mouth, but pretty darn close. 🙂
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] With Delphi 2009 literally just around the corner, I thought it would be interesting to see how it’s impending release is being viewed. As a result, the poll answers are a little wordy this week for which I apologise, but I thought it would be interesting to try and gauge a detailed view of how people view the new version and how it will impact them.
[Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute] Last weeks poll asked which was your first Delphi version. It may or may not come as a surprise that the results essentially provided a list of Delphi versions largely sorted by age. The one exception was that (of visitors to this blog) more gained their first Delphi experience from Delphi 2007 than from Delphi 2006, which would support the impression I am increasingly gaining of a resurgence in interest in Delphi having started in the last year or so.