Price: (as of – Details) Claus Matzinger is a software engineer with a very diverse background. After working in a small company maintaining code for embedded devices, he joined a large corporation to work on legacy Smalltalk applications. This led to a great interest in programming languages early on, and Claus became the CTO for a health games start-up based on Scala technology. Since then, Claus’ roles have shifted toward customer-facing roles in the IoT database technology start-up, Crate IO (creators of CrateDB), and, most recently, Microsoft. There, he hosts a podcast, writes code together with customers, and blogs about
Price: (as of – Details) I am a tutor and freelance programmer by profession. I hold a Master in Computer Science and am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer. It is my passion to share the joy of programming with as many people as possible. My years of teaching has blessed me with the knack for turning complex programming concepts into simple terms. In my books, I take special efforts to ensure that even a complete novice to programming can understand and apply the concepts covered. Besides programming, I also love cycling, hiking and generally just enjoying the great outdoors.
Price: (as of – Details) Primoz Gabrijelcic started coding in Pascal on 8-bit micros in the 1980s and he never looked back. In the last 20 years, he was mostly programming high-availability server applications used in the broadcasting industry. A result of this focus was the open sourced parallel programming library for Delphi-OmniThreadLibrary. He’s also an avid writer and has written several hundred articles, and he is a frequent speaker at Delphi conferences where he likes to talk about complicated topics, ranging from memory management to creating custom compilers.