Register for my upcoming Wednesday Delphi Developer Webinars
I'm back from one week of trekking in beautiful Beskid Śląski mountains in Poland with my batteries fully recharged. I find doing webinars for Delphi developers a specially fun thing, so why not to schedule some for coming weeks? To keep it simple I'm going to standardise on 60 minutes sessions on Wednesdays starting at 11AM Amsterdam time (10AM UK). All webinars will be followed by a live Q&A sessions.
If you have time and feel like hopefully learning something new, please register to my webinars using the links below:
- Please register for Building Delphi 3D Mobile Apps webinar on Aug 3, 2016 11:00 AM CEST at:
Learn how to easily build 3D cross-platform mobile apps with Delphi. In this one hour webinar we are going to start from going through the basics of developing interactive 3D mobile apps for Android and iOS from the same source code using Delphi 10.1 Berlin. After understanding the Delphi 3D basics we are going to move to the discussion of the demo "Molecule Hero" Delphi project which is the interactive 3D viewer for visualising chemical molecules.
- Please register for Mind Your Language! webinar on Aug 17, 2016 11:00 AM CEST at:
The Object Pascal language used in Delphi is constantly evolving. With every new version of Delphi there are smaller and bigger changes added to Delphi compilers and the runtime library. In this one hour webinar we are going to review many different language features that even experienced Delphi developers might not be aware of. Learn new Object Pascal language constructs and start writing cleaner and better code!
- Please register for Migrate Your Delphi Database Apps to FireDAC and InterBase webinar on Sep 28, 2016 11:00 AM CEST at:
There are many existing database applications written in Delphi that need to be upgraded to support the latest versions of databases and operating systems. In this one hour webinar Delphi experts Paweł Głowacki and Stephen Ball are going to demonstrate how easy it is to move your database access code to FireDAC framework and the award-winning InterBase database engine.
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