CodeRage III virtual Developer and Database Conference

By: David Intersimone

Abstract: The third annual CodeRage online, virtual developer and database conference.

Event Times Event Details How to Attend
Pacific Standard Time
Start: Monday, December 01, 2008 5:00 AM
End: Friday, December 05, 2008 12:15 PM
Universal Coordinated Time (UTC)
Start: Monday, December 01, 2008 1:00 PM
End: Friday, December 05, 2008 8:15 PM
Event Type: Web Seminar
Languages: Brazilian Portuguese, English, Spanish
Products: C++Builder, DBArtisan, Delphi, ER/Studio, HTML5 Builder, InterBase, JBuilder, Prism, RAD Studio, Rapid SQL
Event URL: Join the event
Registration URL: Register

    Totally Technical!

No shave? No shower? No problem! Strap into the comfort of your own computer cockpit, and get ready for over 100 hours of in-depth content, packed into five days.

December 1-5, 2008 – on the CodeGear Developer Network, and hosted in conjunction with CodeGear Education Services – CodeRage III is the virtual developer conference designed with one goal in mind…accelerating your productivity. We have a stellar line up of expert speakers, an awesome program of technical sessions, and even some sessions on wild, fun, and crazy uses of technology.

  • Choose from more than 80 technical sessions led by experts
  • Check out the hottest products and sweet deals in the exhibit hall
  • Chat and problem solve with other developers
  • Get what you need to know to survive and dominant in the technology jungle

    Expand your brain

Top industry techs teach you practical knowledge for using today’s top technologies:

  • AJAX
  • Open Source
  • Application Factories
  • Oracle and SQL Server optimization
  • ASP.NET
  • REST
  • Database design techniques
  • SOA
  • Eclipse
  • SOAP
  • Generics
  • Swing
  • JavaScript
  • WCF
  • Native 32-bit
  • WPF
  • New .NET technology
  • And much, much more!
  • Off-shoring
 
   

CodeRage II was a huge success with over 2,500 developers participating in more than 50 sessions. CodeRage III promises to be even better with a packed agenda of sessions led by industry experts. You’ll learn from sessions on:

  • What's New in Delphi & C++ - Nick Hodges
  • Unicode in Delphi 2009 - Marco Cantu
  • DataSnap with Delphi 2009 and Delphi Prism - Bob Swart
  • Software Archeology with Delphi - Michael Rozlog
  • Migrating Delphi ASP.NET Applications to Delphi Prism - Cary Jensen
  • Using .NET from Win32 Applications - Olaf Monien
  • The Beginners Guide to Database Refactoring – Greg Keller



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