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投稿者:: Tim DelChiaro
概要: Ray Konopka and Cary Jensen announce the first dates and cities for the annual Delphi Developer Days tour
December 16, 2014: For immediate release
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Summary: Ray Konopka and Cary Jensen announce the first dates and cities for the annual Delphi Developer Days tour (https://www.DelphiDeveloperDays.com). The Delphi Developer Days 2015 tour visits four cities in the US, Europe, and Scandinavia, from April through May 2015.
Cities and dates for the Delphi Developer Days 2015 tour are:
This year's format for Delphi Developer Days follows the same formula as that used in previous years. The presentations include both joint and individual sessions. During the joint sessions, Cary and Ray cover topics that have broad appeal to Delphi developers in general, and not only cover the material, but also share their personal perspectives. For the individual sessions, Ray and Cary break out into separate rooms to present focused topics. And once again, all attendees will receive the highly coveted Delphi Developer Days course book, written by Cary and Ray, where you will find in-depth chapters on all of the material covered during the event. In years past, this course book has included more than 350 pages of material, and this year should be no different.
In previous years, Cary's co-presenters have included Marco Cantù and Bob (Dr.Bob) Swart. Marco has since become Embarcadero's RAD Studio (Delphi and C++ Builder) Product Manager, and Bob Swart is taking a sabbatical from travel during the first half of 2015. "I look forward to Bob's return," reports Cary. "At the same time, I am excited to be working with Ray Konopka on this year's tour. I've known Ray for more than 20 years. He is one of the most knowledgeable people in the Delphi community. In addition, he is an outstanding presenter, as anyone who has attended one of the many conferences at which Ray has spoken can attest."
"I'm thrilled to be part of this year's tour", says Ray. "I've been an avid supporter of Delphi Developer Days for many years. Cary, along with Marco and Bob, have consistently created a professional event jam packed with valuable information for Delphi developers. I'm excited to take a more active role this year."
All Attendees Receive:
Space is limited. "We limit attendance," says Cary, "so that each attendee has ample opportunity to interact with both me and Ray. As a result, however, in the past we have sold out many of our events. You should register early in order to reserve your seat in the city of your choice." Loy Anderson, the event coordinator, adds, "We're also particular about where we hold our events. All of our event locations are close to airports and/or train stations. As a result, each city has an international flavor, in that we get developers from many different countries. In addition, many different industries are represented, and the discussions, both during and between sessions, are stimulating and thought-provoking."
Registration is now open for all events. Discounts are available for early registration, previous attendance, and groups of developers from the same company. Price and registration information is available at: https://www.DelphiDeveloperDays.com.
Very Early Registration Discount: Register by the 23rd of January 2015 and receive a 25% discount off of the event price.
About Delphi Developer Days:
Delphi Developer Days is an annual tour of two-day Delphi events. Delphi Developer Days provides a unique event that combines intense Delphi training with an intimate conference / meeting setting. This year's tour is jointly offered by Raize Software, Bob Swart Training & Consultancy, and Jensen Data Systems, Inc.
Sponsors: Delphi Developer Days is proud to have a distinguished list of sponsors every year. Please contact us if you would like to become a sponsor.
Loy Anderson, of Jensen Data Systems, Inc.
Organizer for Delphi Developer Days
USA +01 281-359-3311
Email: info (at) JensenDataSystems.com
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