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Spoken @ DelphiLive ‘09, May 13-16, San Jose

Posted by jpluimers on 2009/06/11

I finally had time to get the downloads of the DelphiLive sessions I gave or participated in done.

During DelphiLive, my conference VM containing Delphi 2009 blue-screened, so I had to to use a production Delphi 2009 VM to demo, and get my conference stuff installed on it.
Luckily, I had recent copies of my materials with me.

Back home, work, more conferences and some construction work on our house held me back doing a restore of the conference VM, which I needed for doing a proper merge and upload of the materials.

At last, here are the downloads, see also the page Conferences, seminars and other public appearances:

(Note: all slides and samples are in English.)

Manypeoplebloggedconferencereportsabout the DelphiLive conference, so I won’t repeat that.

Let’s just suffice that looking back to the conference, it was indeed a top event.
What a change to have a conference in a hotel in stead of a huge conference venue.
Everything was literally within walking distance, which made it possible to chat with a lot of people.

Also, most of the Delphi team was there during the first evening, which was the crowd really liked well.

Thanks to the great people from Software & Support (Michael, Frank and many more) for organizing this event!


One Response to “Spoken @ DelphiLive ‘09, May 13-16, San Jose”

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