Delphi Events, August 2005, in Houston Texas - BorCon Lite 2005, Delphi 2005 for .NET Jump Start

By: Cary Jensen

Abstract: Houston's Hot! and it's the place to be this August with these exciting and information-packed Delphi events

Houston's Hot! And for Delphi developers, it is the place to be this August with three back-to-back events

Don't miss the 4th annual BorCon Lite 2005, sponsored by the Houston Association of Delphi Professionals August 5th through 7th. Things get started Friday evening, August 5th, with keynote addresses by Nick Hodges from Lemanix and J. Sawyer from Microsoft Corporation on the future of software development.

Things really heat up Saturday with a full day of information-packed sessions by world-class speakers. Two simultaneous tracks cover a wide range of topics in both Win32 and .NET development, culminating with a developer round-table where you can get your questions answered by the experts.

On Sunday you will find two focused, half-day sessions. In the morning, Nick Hodges presents "ASP.Net Application Development with Delphi 2005," and in the afternoon Cary Jensen presents "Using In-Memory Data Stores: Featuring ClientDataSets (Win32) and .NET DataSets."

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And if that is not enough, you may want to consider attending the intense, three-day pre-conference seminar "Delphi 2005 for .NET Jump Start" on August 3rd through 5th, presented by award-winning Delphi trainer Cary Jensen. For additional information and a detailed outline, visit

Still want more? On Monday, August 8th, you can learn why Advantage Database Server is the best database server for .NET development. "Advantage Database Server and .NET Development" provides you with a detailed overview of ADO.NET and the Advantage Database Server, presented by Cary Jensen, author of Advantage Database Server: The Official Guide (2003, McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media Group). Attendees receive a free copy of the Advantage Internet Connector (a $299 value). Get all the details at

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