CodeRage 8 C++ Conference - Feb 25-26 - save the date, be a presenter!

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We have set the date for the CodeRage 8 C++ Conference.  The online virtual C++ conference will take place February 25-26, 2014.  We will have great technical sessions covering application and system development using C++Builder. The technical sessions will focus on Windows, OSX and mobile development.

CodeRage C++ Conference topics

  • Multi-device development for Windows, Mac and mobile

  • Tips, tricks and techniques for VCL and the FM platform

  • FireDAC data connectivity

  • Making the move to mobile

  • Platform APIs and platform services

  • Hardware devices and sensors

  • Connecting to databases from desktop and mobile devices

  • Multi-tier application development with DataSnap, InterBase and REST

  • Development best practices

  • Optimizing mobile user experience

  • Success stories

  • and more

Call for Papers is Open!

You can share your knowledge of mobile development, C++ programming tips, and software development best practices with thousands of your peers. You can find all of the Information about being a presenter and submitting your proposals at

Pre-Register to attend CodeRage 8 C++ Conference

Registration hasn’t opened yet, but you can pre-register now and we’ll email you a reminder with a pre-filled form to submit and get the login info. To pre-register, se the link:

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