Marco Cantu has a new Delphi 2010 book coming out. Cary Jensen has a new Advantage Database Server 10 book coming out. Together they have their Delphi Developer Days coming up. Now is your chance to ask them about any of these topics, or get their opinion on any other news in the Delphi community, or stump them with a technical question. Post your questions or vote for other questions. I’ll do my best to ask the top questions.
I’ve setup a separate Uservoice forum for your questions. Be sure to log-in so I can ask you questions in case I need more information! Anonymous questions are OK too though.
The interview is scheduled for 9 PM Pacific Time on Wednesday the 24th. Get your questions in before then!
[Questions closed - interview recorded.]
Michael Rozlog, the Delphi Product Manager with Embarcadero Technologies, answers your tough questions. Some of them are pretty tough ones too. Recorded in mid-December.
Some of what we talked about:
It came in a bit longer then usual, but I have a hard time cutting content out when it is so good. Thanks to Michael for his time and for answering our questions.
I am looking forward to seeing everyone at Delphi Live! 2010 in San Jose! This is an email I just received . . .
With the great success of the inaugural event in 2009, Delphi Live! is coming back to San Jose from May 17-20
: New dates announced
We are looking forward to another great gathering for Delphi developers from all over the world and to meeting you again in that area where Delphi history has been written – and we want to celebrate with you, of course, Delphi’s 15th birthday!
Please accept our invitation to submit session proposal for this great community event. Here is some basic information as well as the Call for Papers!
>> Conference Dates:
Main Conference: May 18 / 19
Pre Conference Tutorial: May 17
Post Conference Tutorial: May 20
UPDATE: New dates announced.
>> Conference Location: San Jose
- Architecture / Design
- IDE, Tools & Components
- Core Development
- Basics / Fundamentals
- Native Delphi
- Delphi Prism
- Delphi & .NET
- Delphi & Web
- Delphi & PHP
>> Call for Papers:
Please submit your proposals by February 24, 2010 at
If you already have a log in to this website, you can use it. If not, registration only takes you a few seconds.
Sessions are 75 minutes. It’s possible to divide a session in an introduction and a sequel.
>> Target Groups:
- Software developers
- Software architects
- Project managers
- IT managers
- Accommodation will be covered based on the contribution of each speaker to the conference.
- You have free access to all sessions and tutorials.
- It is mandatory for each speaker to give at least 2 talks.
We are looking forward to meeting you in San Jose!