By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Live webinar April 26/27
What can an RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder developer learn from a database developer? Apparently a lot! But as you'll see from this lively conversation with real-world examples, the walls are coming down and the main beneficiaries are applications that scream.
Webinar - Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Join us live as Database Development Expert Scott Walz and Application Development Expert Al Mannarino work together to build and tune SQL-Server Database-driven Apps that perform like never before.
In the process, you'll learn how to:
Senior Director, Product Management
Scott Walz has more than 15 years of experience in database development and administration and currently serves as the senior director of product management for Embarcadero Technologies. In this position, Scott oversees the direction of the company's database product family, while focusing on database development and administration products.
Lead Systems Engineer & Evangelist
Al Mannarino has more than 25 years of software development experience, including object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) and developing and deploying production applications. He is currently a lead systems engineer and evangelist for Embarcadero Technologies. Prior to Embarcadero, Al served as a systems engineer for companies including Objectivity, Versant, Red Brick Systems, Information Builders, and was an electrical engineer for Grumman Aerospace where he performed real application implementations on complex electrical-mechanical systems.
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