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By: David Intersimone
Abstract: We invite you to attend a series of community presentations during the week of June 18th that will focus on the recently unveiled Delphi and C++Builder product roadmaps.
We invite you to attend a series of community presentations during the week of June 18th that will focus on the recently unveiled Delphi and C++Builder product roadmaps. These presentations will also demonstrate some of the new capabilities in Delphi 2007 for Win32 and C++Builder 2007. We will also take your questions about the current versions of CodeGear products and the product roadmaps.
Join us for any (or all) of the Roadmap community chats and demonstrations:
Tuesday, June 19th: 7am, 11am, and 5pm Wednesday: June 20th: 10am and 6pm Thursday: June 21st: 7am and 12noonFriday: June 22nd: 8am
The same presentation will be given during each of the sessions. You are invited to attend one or more of the sessions. There may be different demos and questions as we move through the week. We are holding multiple sessions at different times during the week to give our global developer customers enough choices for time and date to be able to attend, learn and interact with CodeGear employees.
The Roadmap Community chats and demonstrations will be presented using InterWise and we encourage you to setup your computer before the event. (Alternately, your computer will be automatically setup when you enter the event with your PC. This may take several minutes.)
In advance or on the day of the event, please use the following links to register, setup, and participate any (or all) of the chats:
Tuesday, June 19th: 7am (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/OF4591/default.asp
Tuesday, June 19th: 11am (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/CI5356/default.asp
Tuesday, June 19th: 5pm (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/MC4113/default.asp
Wednesday: June 20th: 10am (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/MU7513/default.asp
Wednesday: June 20th: 6pm (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/AX7947/default.asp
Thursday: June 21st: 7am (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/NO6377/default.asp
Thursday: June 21st: 12noon (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/KN8932/default.asp
Friday: June 22nd: 8am (PDT) https://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/EB8642/default.asp
Attendees must sign-up to participate prior to the event start time.
To Pre-Register and Enter the Sessions:
If you haven't already registered for the session, Click the "Register" link (under banner, left side) to pre-register
If you pre-registered for the session, Click on the "Enter" link (under banner, left side). The "Enter" link will be enabled 15 minutes prior to start-time
Enter First, Last, and email address
Choose application type (Win32 or Java), if asked
First time users, follow the install prompts
Only Windows OS is supported. Supported browsers are IE 6+ and FireFox 2.0.
Having security issues? - try adding https://borland.interwise.com/ to your trusted sites list
If Interwise does not auto-start, click the "Click here to enter event" link (typically required when using IE7)
To control audio volume, set your System's volume and then use the Interwise volume gadget located in the upper right corner of the application.
For full-screen viewing, click the "Enlarge" button on the Interwise toolbar. The streaming image size is 1024x768 - you will have white space if your local resolution is higher.
Presentation recordings will be made available on the CodeGear Developer Network after Developer Days have concluded. Recordings of live Q&A sessions may not be provided.
All times are listed as Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). Each session will last one hour (60 minutes)
To determine your local equivalent, you might try using time and date.com.
PDT is 7 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
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