CodeRage 9 C++ Track Sessions to Watch

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You can watch the replays of the CodeRage 9 C++ track sessions on YouTube. These sessions will help you modernize your VCL applications, learn more about multi-device and mobile development using FireMonkey, connect with SQL databases using FireDAC, build enterprise class mobile applications with Enterprise Mobility Services, add speed to your VCL and FireMonkey applications using the new Parallel Programming Library, become a better C++ programmer by learning from some of the industry's top experts, start developing for devices, gadgets, wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT), and more.

Below you will find a categorized list of sessions so that you can zoom in on specific topics to help you immediately solve programming problems and quickly learn the tips and techniques that will supercharge your projects.

You can also find the complete list of C++ track sessions using the Embarcadero YouTube channel playlist at


C++ Programming


FireMonkey – FireUI


Modernizing your VCL apps


FireDAC, DataBase and InterBase


Parallel Programming Library


Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS)


Devices, Gadgets, Wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT)


Additional Sessions to expand your skills


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