Posted by jpluimers on 2014/02/12
Do not forget to register for the RAD-in-Action Webinar Unit Testing in Delphi featuring Nick Hodges.
If you cannot watch it live: register anyway, as that will give you the URL for the replay download.
Very interesting stuff (I attended his sessions during the German EKON Conference) and a very entertaining speaker.
He is going to cover a lot in this seminar, and it is a great addition to the material in his Coding in Delphi book (Warren Postma wrote a nice review). You get the electronic edition of the book free when you have Delphi XE5, a hard-copy should be available soon. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by jpluimers on 2013/10/03
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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:
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Posted by jpluimers on 2012/08/25
Just for my own record, a link clearance of WinRT in relation to Delphi.
I amended this a couple of time already, will try to do so over time: Read the rest of this entry »
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