Join Embarcadero experts and leading community MVP’s for 5 workshops from Monday 5th September to Friday 9th September.
Focusing on getting stared and using the FMX framework to create cross platform ready code, Delphi Boot Camp is a great way to learn new skills and ask leading experts direct questions on application development.
Introduction to Delphi: The IDE and Your First App
Getting to Know the Delphi Language
Building Effective User Interfaces with FireMonkey
The final part of the Boot Camp is the programming book! Delphi is the home to modern Object Pascal programming and you can get up to speed with the modern Delphi / Object Pascal language with the help of Marco Cantu’s awesome handbook.
I was recently asked how to connect to InterBase from Visual Studio, and while its not something I have done before, luckily I know a man who has. – Thanks to Gabe Goldfield for checking the example below with InterBase XE7 and Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate.
I’m sure some of you have seen the new Delphi, C++ and InterBase community platform that is being developed at Embarcadero. If not I would highly recommend a visit.
The Embarcadero Community is the new home to blogs, event diaries, latest news and features articles. While the old locations are still working, over time expect to see more and more on the community. Community is also social media ready with links for Facebook, Twitter, linkedIn and Google+
FireDAC is the Universal Data Access library for developing applications for multiple devices, connected to enterprise databases.
Starting tomorrow you can join the embarcadero team for free FireDAC training online in these special sessions, where you will be taken from a beginner to an expert by showing you how to utilise FireDAC in multiple situations.
Having used multiple database technologies over the years of developing with Delphi, I have been exceptionally impressed by the raw power of FireDAC and how fast and easy it makes the most difficult jobs as a database developer.
The sessions run every Thursday from Jan 22-Mar 26 in 3 time zones so no excuse for missing out!
The CodeRage 9 videos are now available for reply online via YouTube. To save you searching, the InterBase CodeRage 9 links I did are below; For the full list of videos from CodeRage 9 please visit the Embarcadero Community blog post for CodeRage 9
CodeRage is a fantastic Object Pascal programming and C++ Programming event – highly recommended for any developer, and best of all – REGISTRATION IS FREE!!
Missed it or got a meeting? – Don’t worry, register and you can still get to see the replays!
My two InterBase CodeRage Sessions!
I will be presenting two InterBase CodeRage sessions on Thursday 30th November 2014
the InterBase Keynote (8am Pacific / 4pm UK / 5pm CET) where we will be revealing some of the exciting new developments we are working on with InterBase with project DeltaForce!
I will also be talking about InterBase’s free edition that can be used on Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS – IBLite in the session Embedding local and remote data access into your applications with IBLite (3pm – C++ & 6pm – Object Pascal)
For times and details of all sessions visit the CodeRage website – See you there!!
Free series of mobile development lessons for Android and iOS based on C++ and Object Pascal.
Earlier in the year the 2nd edition of the mobile development summer school was run by David I and Jim McKeeth. It was great fun doing the first edition and its amazing to see how some of the tech has moved on further in the year since we first ran summer school. This years was more popular than ever and has been made available on YouTube
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