Software development and conception
Since 2001 I've been working in software development, with a focus on developing database-driven software with Delphi, but also in Android app development and web development with deep knowledge and experience.
My portfolio includes:
- Components for Delphi
- Android (Java, ADT/Eclipse)
My roots as a software developer lie in the development of database-based software with the development environment Delphi.
The database management systems used are primarily Microsoft SQL Server and Interbase, but also Oracle and MySQL.
In addition to being responsible for software development in this area (for a mid-sized systems vendor and brokerage pool), it was also a self-developed and distributed Windows software for independent financial intermediaries (Delphi 7, Microsoft SQL Server) with which in 2006 I took the step into self-employment.
During my many years working in software development with Delphi, I also gained extensive experience in developing components for Delphi, both graphic and data components.
One product, which I would like to introduce at this point, is SFBusinessData.
SFBusinessData is a DataSet with built-in query generator/SQL generator.
The aim and peculiarity of SFBusinessData is that it allows you to structurally structure your business logic and thus your entire application, thus making your code more reusable.
For this you can create your own runtime classes, which can also be inserted at design time (IDE).
The built-in query generator / SQL generator, which can also be used without DataSet, also makes it easy to create portable, flexible applications in other database systems.
Other features are p. e. use as a pure DataSet in memory, synchronization of DataSets among each other, dynamic calculation fields (without attachment in the field editor), internal sorting of the buffer, etc.
As part of a self-marketing learning platform (as an offering for this purpose), the entry into the development of apps for Android took place in 2013.
As a database system mostly MySQL, but also already Firebird, was used.
Furthermore, I also work as a computer lecturer, mainly for Windows and Microsoft Office.
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