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Archive for October 3rd, 2013

I’m Speaking at EKON 17; early bird ends on Friday October 4th 2013: save EUR 100 and get a free Android tablet.

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/10/03

Early bird ends October 4th: get an Android tablet for free and save EUR 100!

Early bird ends October 4th: get an Android tablet for free and save EUR 100!

EKON17 (from November 4-6 in Cologne, Germany) will be a fun event this year: lots of nice sessions and workshops, a lovely city (not just the Dom Cathedral), and a great group of speakers.

Since there are so many speakers that are able to speak English, it is interesting for non-German attendees as too, especially the post-conference workshop from Nick Hodges.

I’ll be speaking too (more on that below) and will be there all 3 days (plus the evening before and morning after to aid people with their Delphi related questions).

Among the speakers, these will do their sessions in English:

Posted in Conferences, Delphi, Delphi XE5, Development, EKON, Event, Software Development | Tagged: , , | Leave a Comment »

Interesting series of Chrome Development articles by Umar Hansa | Nettuts+

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/10/03

If you (want to) do web-development with Chrome, then be sure to read the articles by Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.

At the time of writing, there were three articles centered around using Google Chrome as part of your developemt suite, and a few more on things like HTML 5 and CSS:

Besides the technical insight, I also very much like the writing style. Great job Umar!


via: Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.

Posted in Chrome, CSS, Development, Google, HTML, HTML5, Power User, Software Development, Web Development | 2 Comments »

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