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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Dalija Prasnikar?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. In our interview chair today we have the simply marvelous Dalija Prasnikar. Dalija is based in the wonderfully historic and picturesque city of Zageb in Croatia.
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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Jens Fudge?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. Today we’re talking to Danish developer and MVP Jens Fudge. Apart from being an excellent developer Jens is also an actual genuine Olympic Champion having won a…
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Updated XML Mapper - MVP Project

Recently we launched a new experiment of opening up some internal projects for MVPs to work on. As opposed to some of our open-source initiatives like Bold, these are still owned by Embarcadero and a primary part of the product. This is something MVPs have requested the option to be in involved in for a while, so it is very exciting to finally say it is in full swing and a success. The first…
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Learn Delphi on Exercism

One of our MVPs, Ryan Potts, is the originator and maintainer of the Delphi track on Exercism – a site dedicated making it easy for people to learn different programming languages. He was interviewed by the Exercism team previously, but I thought it would be…
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Introducing the Embarcadero MVP Regional Coordinators

When I started at Embarcadero Technologies in 2013 there were 56 MVPs, including me, but then I retired, and Anders Ohlsson became an MVP, so we balanced that out. In five years since we’ve lost a few MVPs, but gained a lot. Today we have almost 200 MVPs, and we have a…