New Series for Q4 2015 - Developer Skill Sprints: Code, tips, tricks, Windows 10, Android, and Much More!

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The new season of Developer Skill Sprints (Q4/2015) focuses on cool new programming tips and techniques to drive your skills to the next level. The topics have been selected to take advantage of new technologies in RAD Studio 10 Seattle and also showcase additional solutions you can use immediately in your existing projects.

Live sessions every Tuesday 

November 10 - December 22, 2015

  • 6am Pacific Time / 9am Eastern Time New York / 3pm CET / 1400 UTC
  • 11am Pacific Time / 2pm Eastern Time New York / 8pm CET / 1900 UTC 
  • 5pm Pacific Time / 12noon AEDT Sydney (+1 day) / 0100 UTC (+1 day)




  • November 10 - Android Services for Background Execution
  • November 17 - GPU Computing with OpenCL
  • November 24 - Unlocking the Windows Runtime (WinRT) and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) on Windows 10
  • December 1 - Using Android Intents for Inter App Communication
  • December 8 - Regular Expressions and TRegEx
  • December 15 - Understanding and Using FireMonkey Layouts
  • December 22 - Developing IDE Plugins for RAD Studio

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Past Developer Skill Sprints Replays

You can find links to replays of all of the previous 84 Developer Skill Sprints on the EmbarcaderoTechNet YouTube channel using the playlist at


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