Announcing a set of articles on the Web

published: Tue, 12-Aug-2003   |   updated: Thu, 27-Oct-2005
Turnstile's open space

Much as I loved writing for The Delphi Magazine, it's hard to continue when part of your job specification is to evangelize about a "rival" language, C#. I'm sure TDM's readers would have become pretty tired of reading how great C# is, compared to Delphi 7. (That's supposed to be a joke, so please no religious emails about it <g>.)

Once Borland get their act together and properly release something called Delphi for .NET, I'll be able to write again for Chris Frizelle and evangelize about all things .NET but illustrate with Delphi code.

Until then, I'm in a bit of a quandary. I like writing. I enjoy explaining complex or just plain difficult concepts to my readership. I also want to talk about C#, especially about what's coming up, and to cast some familiar algorithms into different guises.

Consequently I've arranged with my friend Lino Tadros at Falafel Software to provide some tutorial type articles about algorithms in C#. That way, I get to write about some old friends in a new language, Lino gets a boost for Falafel's training business, and you get some free code.

I've also linked to some articles I wrote for The Delphi Magazine in times gone by, and that they publish as sample articles.

Go here for the complete list of my articles on the web.