We walked through a concrete example and, as usual, branched off on to a bunch of different tangents in the discussion. I love it when that happens.
Here are some links to things that were discussed:
As mentioned last month, DUnitX ships with Delphi now, but supports versions as far back as D2010. If you are using a version older than XE8, it’s available from their web site. Whether you use DUnit or DUnitX, TestInsight is a great free companion tool that shows you your test results directly in the IDE.
Embarcadero is offering Delphi 10.1 Berlin for free again, and don’t forget the free boot camp. I’m not sure how long the free offer will last, but the serial number doesn’t expire, so go grab one quickly.
There is also a C++ Builder offer and boot camp available. If you’re in to that kind of thing.
If you are looking for more training material, a fair number of Delphi books have been published, some of which are available as free e-books. Some are mentioned here, here and here.
Finally, we talked about Delphi jobs. One of the go-to sites has always been Monster, but another interesting site is EngineerJobs, which aggregates technical jobs.
And, as always, if you are looking for Delphi developers, consider posting a job ad to the TDUG Jobs page.