By: Clay Shannon
Abstract: Author and trainer Marco Cantu tells us about the 15th century house in which he lives, encourages people to turn off their televisions, praises Stupid White Men (the book, not obtuse caucasians) and, of course, talks about programming.
Marco, your book Mastering Delphi 7 came out recently. Do you have any other books in the works?
This interview took place via email in April and May 2003.
Clay Shannon is a Borland and PDA-certified Delphi 5 developer and the author of "Tomes of Delphi: Developer's Guide to Troubleshooting" (Wordware, 2001) as well as the novel he claims is the strangest one ever written, "the Wacky Misadventures of Warble McGorkle" (see Wacky Warble, etc.
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