As a junior developer, I recently received an email from a company seeking a developer who is willing to learn and code in Delphi. While the company's administration products are widely used in the country, the question of whether Delphi still has a future for a junior developer remains.
This opportunity has left me wondering about the potential for career growth with Delphi and whether it could lead to long-term success as a junior developer.
On one hand, learning a new programming language and working on real-world projects could be a valuable experience for personal and professional growth.
On the other hand, it's important to consider the future of Delphi and whether it will provide opportunities for long-term career growth. While there are still companies that rely on Delphi-based products, the popularity of the language has declined due to the emergence of newer technologies and the shift towards web and mobile applications.
I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences with Delphi, and whether you think it could be a good career choice for a junior developer.
Does anyone have experience with Delphi-based products or programming languages? Have you seen a demand for Delphi skills in the job market?