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Speaking at Delphi Live 2010 USA and EKON 14 Germany

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/08/18

Next week, I’ll be speaking at Delphi Live 2010 in San Jose, California., USA.
At the end of september, I’ll be speaking at EKON 14, in Darmstadt, Germany. My 14th appearance at EKON!

Delphi Live (sessions in English):

EKON 14 (Sessions auf Deutsch / in German):

Hope tho see some of you people at one of those events.

I will bring some USB audio equipment, so I might do a bit of geek stuff doing ASIO audio on those events too.


5 Responses to “Speaking at Delphi Live 2010 USA and EKON 14 Germany”

  1. IL said

    aren’t you interested in Windows Embedded?
    Here are some news of the platform.
    “The nomination deadline is 8/23/10.”

    • jpluimers said

      Actually, I partially live of Windows Embedded projects.
      The biggest project is not yet WES7 ready, so we cannot nominate it yet.
      The project is awaiting a new release, so the choice for the client was: WES7 now with the old software and miss revenue, or finish new release in a couple of months and do WES7 next year (and take revenue).

      Do the math :-)


  2. IL said

    that’s amazing that you appeared on every EKON from its beginning! Please keep doing.
    May I ask you to share slides about “loose coupling” and “high cohesion” principles from similar session on EKON13? Ideas&slides&examples of using ClientDataSet for ORM are greatly appreciated too.
    Thank you.

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