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My Delphi conferences this fall: DelphiTage.de, ITDevCon.it, no EKON (entwickler-konferenz.de)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/09/19

Nicolette and me on the Antarctic peninsulaWhile scheduling this year’s projects, it was clear that it would become impossible to have the summer holiday in the summer (last year was also outside, as we fulfilled Nicolette’s dream: visit the Antarctic region).

So we moved this year’s holiday to early November, hoping that would be outside the Fall conference season.

Alas, EKON (Entwickler-Konferenz.de), this year in Düsseldorf, Germany, moved themselves to November, so this will be the first EKON ever that I won’t attend (out of 3 or 4 people that never missed one). Sorry guys I will miss the great speakers, sessions and workshops (:

I am going to speak on two other European Delphi conferences though:

I’m really looking forward meeting the attendees, speakers and organizations there. Conferences are always a lot of fun and a great way for me of learning new things.

–jeroen

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2 Responses to “My Delphi conferences this fall: DelphiTage.de, ITDevCon.it, no EKON (entwickler-konferenz.de)”

  1. gabr said

    Looking forward to seeing you in Verona!

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