New Book: Introducing Delphi ORM

I would like to share with you that my new book has reached the production stage and will be available in September by Apress.

The book is about Object Relational Mapping in Delphi and explores TMS Aurelius– an excellent ORM solution for Delphi developers.

I would, also, like to cordially thank Wagner Landgraf and Nick Hodges who were the tech reviewers of the manuscripts.

Nick (who does not need any introductions) always shares his deep experience and has been very supportive while I was writing this book.

Wagner (the creator of TMS Aurelius) has been guiding me with his expertise and suggestions to produce a presentation of Aurelius based on real-life situations.

Thank you both.

I hope you enjoy the book and I am looking forward for your feedback.

2 comments

  1. I am confused as to why you titled the book ‘Introducing Delphi ORM’. The title led me to mistakenly believe you wrote the book about Daniel Teti’s DORM (https://github.com/danieleteti/delphi-orm). I would have called it ‘Introducing TMS Aurelius’.

    BTW, ‘and excellent ORM’ should read ‘an excellent ORM’ .

    Great to see more Delphi books being published. I am looking forward to reading your MVVM book.

    1. Hi Larry,

      I am confused as to why you titled the book ‘Introducing Delphi ORM’. The title led me to mistakenly believe you wrote the book about Daniel Teti’s DORM (https://github.com/danieleteti/delphi-orm). I would have called it ‘Introducing TMS Aurelius’.

      I know Daniele’s DORM. There was a discussion with Apress and the decision is to keep this title.

      BTW, ‘and excellent ORM’ should read ‘an excellent ORM’ .

      Thanks for picking this up. I corrected it.

      Great to see more Delphi books being published. I am looking forward to reading your MVVM book

      Thanks. I am looking forward to your feedback.

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