Rodrigo Ruz. He’s a senior software developer working with Delphi since 1999 and .Net since 2003. He has deep knowledge of Delphi, Free-Pascal, Oxygene, C++ , C#, SQL, WinApi and the full life of cycle development.
Rodrigo had a lot of experience developing mission critical applications working in a wide range of areas like hardware interfaces, biometry, manufacturing, logistics, construction, equipment maintenance, Kiosk and Touchscreen software, POS systems, Integration between legacy and new applications and ERP systems.
Rodrigo run a set of open source projects mainly related to Delphi (Object Pascal), these projects covers a wide range of topics like VCL Styles, libraries and tools to retrieve system information (via WMI and WinApi), RAD Studio tools and plugins, Shell extensions and third-party skin plugins.
The English text on The Road to delphi blog by Rodrigo Ruz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
The software source code in all posts and source code attachments written by Rodrigo Ruz may be used under terms of the MIT license. Note, however, that some of the attached projects or snippets include code written by other people, under terms of different licenses. While I believe that these licenses are compatible with the MIT license, and that I am using their works legally, it is entirely up to you to make sure that these licenses are compatible with your own code, and that you are using this code legally, should you include their work as well as my own in your project.
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If you have a project you wish to discuss with Rodrigo, you can send a mail to Rodrigo dot Ruz dot V at Gmail dot Com or contact via sykpe Rodrigo.Ruz.V.