[DUG] Delphi Contract opportunity

Todd Martin todd.martin.nz at gmail.com
Thu Apr 22 13:49:17 NZST 2021

Hi David

I have a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering so I'm a hybrid
mechanical/software engineer with 22+ years of software development
experience. I started with Delphi 5 and I would say I'm pretty familiar
with most aspects of the language; multi-threading, SQL, reporting, GUI
design and COM interop. I also have a Delphi XE professional license
although I haven't done any consulting work with Delphi over the last 5
years. During that time however I wrote a COM plugin architecture which is
demonstrated in this rather mundane youtube video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTYfp45AucU. I also fixed the Turbopower
Lockbox code for unicode compliance so that it functions identically with
both FPC and Delphi (from D7 right up to XE2 and beyond); including the
generation of keys for OpenSSL and MS .net CryptoServiceProvider which you
can view here https://github.com/jarto/lockbox2/commits

If any of this sounds like it would fit with your current employer's needs
I'd be happy to have a chat. I'm based in Auckland and working on my own
C++ graphics project these days.


On Wed, Apr 21, 2021 at 8:54 AM David O'Brien <Dave at iccs.co.nz> wrote:

> I work for a company that is going to need an experienced Delphi
> developer. This will be a position (pretty much full time but on a contract
> basis) working remotely on an internationally used management system.
> This is a current system, expanding it’s user base, used by some of the
> largest companies in Australasia (and beginning to be marketed elsewhere)
> in the target market.
> The current code base is Delphi 10.2, we are moving towards updating to
> 10.4 in the near future.
> Any interest, drop me a line.
> Regards,
> David O’Brien.
> P: 027 442 1037
> E: dave at iccs.co.nz
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