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Delphi in Depth: FireDAC Paperback – May 10, 2017
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Cary Jensen is a best-selling author of more than twenty-five books on software development. He is also an award-winning trainer and a popular speaker at software conferences throughout much of the world. An Embarcadero Delphi MVP, Cary has provided training to companies on every version of Delphi and has toured and trained on every version, starting with the original Delphi World Tour in 1995, and continuing through the Delphi 5 World Tour. His other tours include Delphi Development Seminars (2000), Borland Development Seminars (1998-2001), and Delphi Developer Days (2001 to present). Cary is Chief Technology Officer at Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a company that has been providing training, consulting, and software development services since 1988. He is an active developer, providing clients with assistance in data modeling, software architecture, software development, team development, mentoring, training, and software migration. Dr. Jensen has a Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology, from Rice University, specializing in human-computer interaction. Twitter: http://twitter.com/caryjensen/ Blog — Let's Get Technical: http://caryjensen.blogspot.com/ Company web site: http://www.JensenDataSystems.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cary-jensen-31a921 Email: email@example.com
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Many times you buy a computer book, read the first 3-5 chapters and put it on a shelf until you need to look up something. Mr. Jensen's books are the exception for me, I tend to read them until the end.
I love Delphi as a development environment (except for the cost!) and we have very few good contemporary books but thankfully we do have Nick Hodges, Marco Cantu, Chris Rollison and Daniele Teti. Their books are all extremely good, so Delphi programmers have excellent authors to depend on.