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Using Delphi to fight the Corona Pandemic

I just published an article on Idera’s Community website, focusing on how Delphi and Object Pascal plays a key role in fighting the Corona Pandemic.

My focus this time is on DIPS AS, a Norwegian corporation that produces a wide range of software solutions for hospitals, medical facilities and special care units. They were amoung the first companies in Norway to provide a Covid-19 module through their FastTrak application, which is completely written in Delphi.

Click the link to read the article (or just click the preview image below): https://community.idera.com/developer-tools/b/blog/posts/delphi-in-healthcare-fighting-the-corona-pandemic



  1. Roelf Diedericks
    June 18, 2020 at 10:51 pm

    Didn’t find a direct way to contact you immediately, hence the comment on your post.

    Funny how your blog theme is the same one I had for many years, and eventually tweaked.

    I recently wrote this post http://rodent.za.net/i-am-writing-this-from-kubuntu/ about my Linux destop experiece.

    No, I’m not a spammer (aside from the gratuitous href) and would love to keep in contact with you.

    I am loving Delphi/Lazaras/Pascal again, having been divorced from it for nearly two decades!

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