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DataRage 2 - online conference for database developers and data management professionals - May 25-27 Following on the successes of the CodeRage virtual conference series, Embarcadero is proud to announce DataRage 2! A FREE multi-day online conference filled with beneficial content specifically designed for database professionals: DBAs, data architects, database developers, security architects, and more! If you speak SQL, this is the event for you!  DataRage is three days of 100% online technical sessions.   DataRage 2 page - http://www.embarcadero.com/datarage2   Conference Agenda - http:...
Two more RAD Studio/Delphi/C++Builder/Delphi Prism webinars this month March has been a big month for development webinars on EDN.  We have two more webinars to go before we are finished: March 18: RAD/AJAX-based Web Application Development using Delphi and RAD Studio 2010 with David I. March 24: Migrating legacy applications to Unicode-enabled using Delphi 2010 with Cary Jensen The other webinars that have recently taken place include: RESTful Web Services with Delphi and RAD Studio 2010 with Marco Cantu The Secrets of Rapid, Visual, C++ Application...
Thursday/Friday - David I webinars - Build .NET and Cross-Platform Mono Applications with Delphi Prism I will be live online tomorrow, Thursday February 18 (or Friday Februrary 19 depending on your time zone) for a technical webinar that shows you how to build every type of .NET application using Delphi Prism including WPF, WCF, ASP.NET, Winforms, Web Services, Aspects and parallel programming. Find out how you can build cross-platform applications that broaden your reach and gain access to users of Linux and Mac OS X. 3 Sessions Available: (click on the links to get additional information and...
Migrating to C++Builder 2010 and RAD Studio 2010 tour online The replays are available for the two webinars I did last week.  "Migrating to C++Builder 2010" and the "RAD Studio 2010 Tour online edition" webinar replays can be found at: Migrating to C++Builder 2010 - http://update.codegear.com/forms/AMUSCA0912CBuilderMigrationWebinar12-15 Rad Studio Tour Online Edition Webinar - http://update.codegear.com/forms/AMUSCA0912RADStudioWebinar Thank you to all those who took part in the US/Canada tour city stops and who were online with me last week.  W...
CodeRage 4 - Day 3 - Thursday, Two more days of serious Technical Fun It's early Thursday morning in Scotts Valley California.  Today is CodeRage 4 Day 3 with even more totally technical sessions.  Two streaming rooms of presentations, live Q&A, chat rooms for networking with other developers and the speakers, and a virtual exhibit hall. Today's schedule goes from 5am to 8pm Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-7).  Even if you have missed the first two days, there are still plenty of sessions to watch and developers to hang with. Join the fun! [UPDATED 9/10/20...

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CodeRage 4 - Day 2 starts in 15 minutes.... We completed the first day of CodeRage last night at 8pm Pacific Daylight time.  It was great to see all of the developers online throughout the day learning about the new Delphi 2010, C++Builder 2010, RAD Studio 2010, and Delphi Prism 2010.  We also had technical sessions for Embarcadero All-Access, ER/Studio, Change Manager, Aspect Oriented programming, Designing Databases, and more. Today, Wednesday, we start in Room 2 with two sessions focused on InterBase SMP 2009 followed by a full slat...

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CodeRage 4 is happening now - LIVE! As of 5am Pacific Time (UTC -7) this morning we are live with CodeRage 4.  There are two session rooms running at the same time.  Anders Ohlsson is hosting in room #1, and I am running room #2. It's not too late to register and attend!!! This morning at 7am Pacific Time - Michael Rozlog will present the "RAD Studio Product Address" in room number 1. The complete list of sessions and times are available at http://conferences.embarcadero.com/coderage/sessions We also have live chat roo...
Free Webinar - Modeling With an Industry Standard Data Model, May 27 - 11am PDT Embarcadero Technologies, the Database Tools and Developer Software company, presents an exclusive free webinar featuring guest speaker Karen López from InfoAdvisors Starting With More Than a Blank Page: Modeling With an Industry Standard Data Model Wednesday, May 27, 2009 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT Register Now! Have you ever considered using pre-existing pattern models to jump start your data modeling projects? Have you considered purchasing proprietary models? Did you know that there are...

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Software in the news.... While I was travelling, I tried to keep up on the news happening in our industry, in research, and at universities.  Here are a few recent news items that I'm sure will be of interest to developers: I.B.M. Computer Program to Take on 'Jeopardy!' New York Times (04/27/09) P. A11; Markoff, John http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/27/technology/27jeopardy.html NIST Suggests Areas for Further Security Metrics Research Government Computer News (03/09/09) Jackson, William http://gcn.com/article...
Where in the world has David I been the last three weeks? Hello from Beijing.  I am at the last stop on a three week application development and database development tour and vacation trip in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and China.  While on the trip I have visited with many developers, customers, community leaders, and even a university (Hohai University in Nanjing).  Loads of excitement about the developer tools being part of Embarcadero Technologies (even if it is still harder to pronounce and spell than CodeGear - especially in Japan and China). ...

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