While Danny Wind was visiting New Zealand I managed to get some time with him and we discussed 'Delphi stuff'. Danny is an amazing guy and I really enjoyed the opportunity to spend some time with him and his family.   You can watch the recording on YouTube.

It's the ADUG Winter Symposium in a few weeks and I'm a presenter again - it's going to be fun so make sure you get your tickets.  While you wait with bated breath, watch this interview on YouTube with myself and Scott Hollows.

While in Sydney I managed to catch up with David I from Embarcadero and talk about various random Delphi related topics.  Watch the interview here.

In this interview I talk with fellow Australisian Delphi MVP Lachlan Gemmell about the Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG) and his company The Continuity Group.  This video was recorded at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney during the Australian Developer Day hosted by Embarcadero.

In this short interview I talk with Shane van de Vorstenbosch about his new book The Rotten Food Cookbook, why is this relevant to Delphi development? - watch and find out.  Shane's company OnSolution produces remote temperature monitoring software written in Delphi.

While attending the Auckland (New Zealand) Delphi XE8 launch event last month, I managed to get some video time with Jim McKeeth and Damien Bootsma. Watch the video on YouTube, you'll need to set aside about 40 minutes.

While in Auckland, at the Delphi XE6 product demo I had the opportunity to spend some time with Marco CantĂș, Product manager for Delphi.  I naturally took my video camera and recorded an hour and a quarter with Marco.  This video is available on YouTube, watch it here.

After spending several hours with Marco, I feel quite positively in the direction that Embarcadero are going.  I also took a stack of heavy books which Marco was kind enough to sign.  Also a thanks to Damian Bootsma and Kultar Khatra for travelling from Australia.

This is the first in a series of interviews with Embarcadero MVPs, and who better to interview first than the man who is going to be taking the MVP program to the next level - Jim McKeeth.  While we attempted to stay on the topic of Delphi programming, we did digress somewhat.  Watch the video on YouTube.