By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: In-Depth Technical Training on Cross Platform, Multi-Tier, and Mobile Development with Delphi and more
As a Delphi, Delphi Prism or RAD Studio developer, we thought you might be interested in DSConf Las Vegas, a new kind of developer event being presented by RemObjects and Developer Experts.
Three days of interactive training and a keynote by Embarcadero’s David I
DSConf Las Vegas will take place on February 8-10, 2011 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The theme is "Delphi Developers looking beyond the comfort zone of their familiar set of tools and exploring cross-platform and, more specifically, mobile development". Embarcadero is sponsoring the event which will include an opening keynote by our own David I.
The conference is a three-day event, made up of both regular "presentation"-style sessions and extensive hands-on workshops. We want attendees to have the chance to both learn about the tools and technologies, as well as to get a chance to try them out first hand, with assistance from speakers and staff. Workshops will give attendees the opportunity to follow along to build their first app using the covered tools, as well as bring their own in-progress projects, work on them and get help and support from the team on site.
Platforms covered at DSConf Las Vegas include Win32 (Delphi), .NET (Delphi Prism in Visual Studio and MonoDevelop) Mac OS X (Xcode), iOS (Xcode & MonoTouch), Android (MonoDroid) and Windows Phone 7 (Silverlight). Emphasis will be on cross-platform technology such as data access using Data Abstract. See the daily agenda on the DSConf web site
Save 20% with Discount Code EMBARCADERO
Register for DSConf now, to take advantage of our special holiday offer (valid until Dec 31) and save 20% off our already low $799 price for the complete three-day event when using discount code "EMBARCADERO". To get started, Go to dsconf.com/registration.
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