If you are developing a Win32 or .NET project in C#, Delphi or C++Builder and are having some problems, consider bringing Brian Long in to lend an extra pair of eyes. Compared to spending a lot of time trying to isolate and remove a set of problems, bringing Brian on-site can prove very cost-effective, thanks to his wealth of experience with problem situations and his keen eye for spotting the cause and identifying the solution. Brian has been doing on-site problem-solving work around the British Isles and Europe since Delphi was first released in 1995 and has worked with .NET since the start of the century. He wrote a popular monthly problem-solving column called The Delphi Clinic for The Delphi Magazine for ten years from 1996. Click here to read some comments by readers of the column. Before being involved with .NET, C#, Delphi and C++Builder, Brian used to work in Borland's Technical Support Department, and there became familiar with all Borland's language tools and learned the art of software problem-solving. Whilst at Borland UK, Brian wrote a well received problem-solving book called The Borland Pascal Problem Solver , published by Addison-Wesley.