According to Tim Anderson's blogpost Microsoft has a special session at the Tech-Ed in Barcelona targeting Delphi developers.
Quote from Microsoft session:
Even if you are not considering .NET now, at some point you will have to move to .NET with new code, or to port existing code. Staying with Win32 may be viable in the short term, but not the long term.
Well, I am not sure what to think of this. There might be some point in time (who knows?) that you will have to move to .NET, however there are no signs on the wall that Win32 is being abounded real soon.
Delphi developers can still make awesome Win32 applications, which have plenty of opportunity to be ported to .NET at some time in the future with minimum effort. (I have blogged about the possibility's here ).
Delphi is all about being able to choose.