By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Are you a Windows C++ developer who needs to create Mac OS X applications?
AppleInsider reports that Mac OS X business sales grew to a massive 50.9% at the end of 2011 proving more than ever that Apple is invading the enterprise.
How can you reach this growing Mac OS X market using your Visual C++ or C++ programming skills?
Join us on this free webinar with Microsoft MVP, Dan Wahlin, and Embarcadero Director of Product Management, John Thomas, to learn how you can use your Windows C++ programming skills to create applications for Mac OS X from a single codebase.
Live Webinar: May 30th, 2012
In this webinar you will get a:
About the Speakers
Dan Wahlin founded The Wahlin Group which specializes in .NET, HTML5, jQuery, ASP.NET and SharePoint consulting as well as onsite and online training solutions. He is a Microsoft Regional Director and has been awarded Microsoft’s MVP award for ASP.NET, Connected Systems and Silverlight. Dan is on the INETA Speaker’s Bureau, speaks at conferences and user groups around the world and has written several books such as a Professional Silverlight Development, Professional ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX, ASP.NET MVP Hacks and Tips and XML for ASP.NET Developers. Dan blogs at http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin and writes regular columns for different technical magazines.
John Ray Thomas is the Director of Product Management for RAD Tools at Embarcadero Technologies. JT has been a product manager for early versions of C++Builder and Delphi at Borland Software and has recently held product management positions at mobile Linux vendor MontaVista software and at Research in Motion. While at Borland he was an ANSI/ISO C++ standards committee representative. JT has a Bachelor in Computer Science from University of California, Santa Cruz and an MBA and MSE from San Jose State University.
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