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Signing Off. So Long, and Thanks for All The Good Times!

Dear delphi.D106 web site visitors, readers and friends who followed my work as the Delphi Programming Guide for the network, the time has come for me to move on to new endeavours.

After 15 great years I'm leaving I've started working as the Delphi Programming Guide in 1998 (days of Delphi 3) and have continued publishing tutorials and articles geared at beginner and advanced Delphi developers.

NO, I am not leaving Delphi.

In fact, I'm spending much more time in the Delphi (Rad Studio) IDE these days - and I am hoping you are in the same position - to have your working hours filled with joy of coding in the best development environment.

One huge "Thank YOU!" to all the known and unknown Delphi developers who have followed my work here and have send hundreds of emails supporting me for the past 15 years.

The Delphi Programming web site will NOT be closed, all the content will be available in the future so nothing would be lost :) After all, I have found myself many times searching for a solution to a Delphi problem I have, to finally land on my own article written years ago :)

What's more, I think might start looking for a new Delphi Programming Guide, so if you think you have the passion and the knowledge, feel free and invited to apply.

That's all folks. Over and Out.

This is not my last (if it can be called like this) Delphi related blog post / article. I'll see to start a new blog in the near future and continue publishing Delphi programming related stuff.

I am and will be using Delphi every day, there's always something to be implemented, some problem to be solved, some new feature to be included - any why not share the knowledge gained with others.

- ?arko Gajic, Embarcadero Delphi MVP.

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