Be-Delphi - Delphi Developer Day

By: Tim DelChiaro

Abstract: The Biggest Delphi Developer Event in Belgium

Event Times Event Details How to Attend
Pacific Standard Time
Start: Thursday, November 17, 2011 9:00 AM
End: Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:00 PM
Universal Coordinated Time (UTC)
Start: Thursday, November 17, 2011 5:00 PM
End: Friday, November 18, 2011 2:00 AM
Event Type: Live Seminar/Roadshow
Languages: English
Products: Delphi, RAD Studio
Registration URL: Register
Location: Benelux
Address: Recreational and Congress Hotel Ter Elst
Kattenbroek 1, B-2650 Edegem
BE DELPHI Delphi Developer Day 2011
The Biggest Delphi Developer Event in Belgium
Edegem

November 17th 2011 – Edegem

Close to Antwerp, can be easily reached from Flanders, Brussels, Wallonia, the Netherlands, France and Luxembourg.

Register Now!

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Fore more information visit 
www.be-delphi.com
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Be-Delphi is organizing their first Belgian & Luxembourgian Delphi Developer Day. The day will be packed with technical content about your favorite programming tool Delphi, presented by national and international speakers. Interesting & essential topics will be presented about existing Delphi versions as well as brand new topics about the latest Delphi XE2. And of course, during the developer event, you can mingle and network with colleagues, friends and other Delphi enthusiasts.

The event for Delphi developers in the Benelux you can't miss!

Widely known Delphi speakers like...


Jason Vokes
(Embarcadero)
Bob Swart 
(aka Dr. Bob - 
Bob Swart Consultancy)
Thierry Laborde (Embarcadero 
Technical Manager 
ArrowEcs)

...are talking about Datasnap, FireMonkey, LiveBindings and several other technical interesting topics.

If you think Delphi… Be-Delphi !

Register now and benefit from an early bird price of 45 euro (ex. VAT).


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