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Chuck Jazdzewski links (ex co-architect of the Delphi VCL architecture)

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/24

While doing some research, I bumped into Chuck Jazdzewski on Twitter: “Doing some historical posts to resurrect my blog. http://t.co/kSXy3ARUhR” so I decided to archive a few more links about Chuck because few of the early Delphi R&D team on-line history is slowly fading away into bit-heaven.

Back in the Delphi days, together with Anders Hejlsberg, Chuck Jazdzweski he has co-architected the the Delphi VCL component architecture and the foundations of the Delphi IDE.

Nowadays he’s working at Google and even speaking on conferences, grown far beyond his “be at conferences, but just chat with people” in the Delphi days: [WayBackChuck Jazdzewski – NG-Conf April 18–20th 2018 – The World’s Original Angular Conference

Chuck is a Software Engineer on the Angular team at Google. He is a programming language geek, UI framework and component library veteran, and has a passion for simplifying the task of programming. Before Google, he worked at Microsoft and Borland.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “Chuck Jazdzewski links (ex co-architect of the Delphi VCL architecture)”

  1. thaddy said

    You can’t EX a co-architect, Jeroen.

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