About David Cornelius...
I'm a passionate software developer having worked in a variety of industries using several different programming environments for over 30 years. I started back in the mid-1980s using Turbo Pascal, did some assembly on Apple IIs and PCs, endured long builds of Microsoft C projects, and built my first web sites from scratch in HTML and PHP until I discovered Drupal. My programming environment of choice is the highly productive Delphi toolset pioneered by Borland and now published by Embarcadero. With it, I can write robust back-end server applications that access databases of all kinds and integrate with web services around the world. I've also found it to be surprisingly simple to build cross-platform apps, encapsulating all the nuances of a very diverse set of devices with relative ease.
But I do get up from behind the keyboard once in a while. I have a wonderful family, enjoy hiking, camping, and motorcycling in the Columbia River Gorge and Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, help with live-streaming church services, enjoy strategy board games, and play my tuba and bass guitar when the opportunity arises.
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