Learn C++ using C++ Builder | Free Event

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Learn C++ using C++ Builder | Free Event!


NYC on Sunday, June 4 from 12 pm noon to 6 pm

Byte Academy 

295 Madison Ave Fl 35, New York, NY (map)

Register here:  https://www.meetup.com/Byte-Academy-Finance-and-Technology-community/events/240003747/


One codebase, one UI designer, four platforms (Windows, Max OS X, iOS, and Android). Powerful database and enterprise frameworks; unparalleled speed of development.

Embarcadero® C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo Starter is a great way to get started building high-performance C++ apps for Windows. C++Builder Starter includes a streamlined IDE, code editor, dynamically loadable custom C++ 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft ISAPI modules, integrated debugger, two-way visual designers to speed development, hundreds of visual components, and a limited commercial use license. Database components and drivers are not included.

Byte Academy has partnered with Embarcadero Technologies to provide an introduction to the highly powerful programming language C++ using Embarcadero's C++ Builder. Byte Academy's C++ Instructor Jasmine Zangi will lead the class along with support from Al Mannarino, Embarcadero Developer Advocate.  Lunch will be provided for those that attend the entire workshop.

Prerequisites: The free C++ Builder Starter Edition for the webinars and workshops.  Download here https://www.embarcadero.com/products/cbuilder/starter/promotional-download


Gold User, Rank: 90, Points: 4
Al Mannarino has 25+ years of software development experience, including object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) and developing and deploying production applications. He is currently a Principal Software Consultant and Evangelist for Embarcadero Technologies. Prior to joining Embarcadero, Al spent three years working with CodeGear, a division of Borland that was acquired by Embarcadero in 2008. He also worked for five years as a lead systems engineer for Borland supporting application lifecycle management, software delivery optimization and developer tools solutions. Prior to Borland, Al served as a systems engineer for companies including Objectivity, Versant, Red Brick Systems, Information Builders, and was an electrical engineer for Grumman Aerospace performing application implementations on complex electrical-mechanical systems. Al has a bachelor's of science degree in electrical engineering from Manhattan College.


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