Training and Consultancy
Sometimes watching videos and reading articles isn't enough to learn what you need - often it is far more helpful to talk to a real person. Finding a Delphi expert you can communicate with can be a tricky problem - no longer. Alister Christie is now available on Skype for consultation on Delphi problems and training.
Hiring in an external consultant can be an extremely expensive exercise - travel expenses, accommodation and probably a daily rate. So why pay them when you can get an expert like Alister Christie, not have to pay for travel or accommodation - and only pay for the time you use - it could be as little as 15 minutes.
What is it?
Alister is experienced in a large of array Delphi and related technologies. This is your chance to tap into some of this knowledge. You might be after an opinion - Is it worth it to upgrade to the latest Delphi? Or it might be more technical - How can I get an Android app to talk to the BDE? Or you might be after training - Can you teach me how to build data-aware applications? or I've inherited this huge Delphi application - and I don't know Delphi - help!
How does it work?
Initial communication is done via email, a time is organised to talk and Skype names are exchanged. At the appointed time Alister will video call you via Skype. Skype has some desktop sharing facilities so that you can demonstrate on your desktop (or vice versa). Skype does not allow me to remotely control your computer, if this is required (to demonstrate something or help solve a problem) then we can use either VNC or LogMeIn Rescue.
Cost and payment.
You can click on the button above to pay Alister, remember to describe the service to make it easier to match up payments.
Requirements for consultation.
- Webcam / microphone
Additional requirements for Training / Support
- Ability to see or control your computer
- Being able to see your screen can be done through Skype desktop sharing
- To control your computer we will need to install VNC or use LogMeIn Rescue
- Good internet connection