This year Jens Fudge kindly invited both Cary Jensen and me over to present at the DAPUG workshop in Denmark on October 22nd and 23rd.
On the first day we’ll have separate sessions. Cary takes the lead with all things FireDAC while I’ll cover webservices, client apps and progressive web apps. The second day we’ll be presenting together. These sessions will be very dynamic indeed, as we’ll not only cover the subjects as planned, but also interact with the audience to get the most out of Delphi for their code.
As a teaser; did you know you can search for all occurences of substrings in a book of a million words in just microseconds?
The details of the program for these two days in Denmark is listed here: http://alt.dapug.dk/ws22102019.htm
Additionally both Jens and Cary will be speaking at this years EKON 23.
Some pictures of the workshop at the Dapug this week:
Lasse Lægteskov won the prize from Devart. Jens Fudge in front of his favourite tree.
It was a lot of fun presenting at the Dapug, especially because everyone there was so enthusiastic, open-minded and positive. Special thanks to Jens Fudge for inviting me over, and a thank you to everyone at the Dapug.
Jens Fudge very kindly invited me as a speaker on the DAPUG workshop on October 25 and 26. I was honoured and I will do my best to make my presentations live up to the expectations of the DAPUG members.
On these two days I will talk about the expanding world of Delphi. Delphi is no longer just a desktop development platform for Windows, but for a while now has allowed their developers to build apps and applications for iOS, Android, Mac and soon Linux. But it is even expanding beyond that with built-in support for Bluetooth LE devices on all platforms as well as IoT components to interact with physical devices like lights, locks, and many other IoT devices. Delphi definitely is “One source to rule them all”.
The details of the program for these two days is listed here: http://alt.dapug.dk/ws25102016.htm