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what is the career path after starting as a junior programmer

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I am doing a report for my tech course on the requirements to work as a delphi programmer. I would like to advice on the the general career path from a delphi programmer after starting as a junior.
What are the job opportunities available for a delphi programmer.
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Hi,

It strongly depends on:

- Your abilities
- Your skills
- Your attitude
- Your general knowledge

You may very well start as junior programmer, go to senior, project
leader,  Business Unit Director, CTO.

This *should* be the usual path, but you can even stop at senior programmer.
Or you may be a TeamBer without even being a professional programmer <g>.

HTH,

Andrew
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Thankyou so much for your help
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