Monday 5 November 2012

Conference season has arrived!

The Delphi conference season has definitely arrived. Starting tomorrow (November 6-8 2012) we have Embo’s CodeRage 7 – this is the first of the 2 free online CodeRage 7 conferences, this one being the Delphi conference. You can register using this link. These three days are packed with great Delphi information, so try and catch as many sessions as you can.

I’m in the schedule as session 3 on the first day (7am PST on Tuesday 6th November) giving a 40 minute run-through of my favourite productivity tips in the RAD Studio IDE. I hope you pick up a shortcut tip or two in the session :o)

Straight after my session, at 8am PST, John Thomas will give the Delphi Product Address, including a special announcement and a live ‘mystery’ guest (according to DavidI).

Next up for me, well it’s not a conference, but I’m presenting a session on RemObjects’ Project “Nougat” (a native iOS and OS X compiler, which uses the same Pascal-based Oxygene compiler as Embarcadero Prism) at a UK Developer’s Group meeting on Monday 19th November.

Then, on Thursday 22nd November I’m off to Antwerp in Belgium to show Project “Nougat” to a room full of Delphi developers at the second annual Be Delphi conference. This is set to be a great two-track conference with speakers including Marco Cantu, Bob Swart and Bruno Fierens.

On Monday 3rd December in Arnhem, the Netherlands a special SDE+ event is being run by the SDN with Delphi speakers including Cary Jensen and Marco Cantu. I’ll be delivering a full length version of the IDE productivity tips session and also doing an evening session where I’ll introduce more developers to Project “Nougat”.

Finally this year for me the C++ version of CodeRage 7 is running December 10-12. A repeat broadcast of my 40 minute RAD Studio productivity tips session is the 23rd session and opens up the last day at 6am PST on Wednesday 12th December.

It’s a busy conference season for me, and I hope to bump into some blog readers at the conferences over the coming months.

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