Monthly Archives: March 2010

39 – marc hoffman on Prism and Mac

Talking with marc hoffman of RemObjects talks with us about what is new in the Oxygene compiler in Delphi Prism and what to expect when developing applications on the Mac.

I remixed the audio to remove the 5 minute gap.

38 – Marco & Cary

Visiting with Marco Cantu and Cary Jensen.

If you have any other questions or comments for Marco or Cary you can leave them here, or catch them online:

Marco Cantu

Cary Jensen

Delphi Live! Date Updated

Kind of expected this to happen due to all the conflicts, but I just received an update for the Delphi Live! 2010 dates.

Due to the rather short notice of the date, which gave some other potential speakers a bit of a hard time and because we have received quite a few emails from the community, we have decided to shift the dates to August 23-26. The location will still be San Jose, this time the Crowne Plaza in downtown.

Hopefully this date works for more people.

The Crowne Plaza looks really nice, although I am not sure where the new Embarcadero office is located in relation to it.

It is however right next to the Tech Museum, which we have had conference evening events at in the past.

Still no update on the Delphi Live! website, and I don’t know if there is an extension on the Call for Papers or not.

Marco Cantu’s REST Webinar

I didn’t get the episode with Marco and Cary edited and posted yet (came close – might still get it posted tonight when I get home).  In that episode Marco mentioned his free REST webinar which occurs at three different times tomorrow (March 3rd).  So sign-up to attend one of those sessions and download the white paper, it will be really good.
Marco Cantù presents REST in Delphi and RAD Studio 2010

Let Marco Cantù show you how to get the most from RAD Studio 2010 with Representational State Transfer (REST) – a new architecture for Web services that is having a significant impact on the industry. Join Marco as he delves into the technologies involved in REST from the Delphi perspective.

Register now for
March 3 6:00 AM PST / 3:00 PM CET

March 3 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST

March 3 8:00 PM PST / March 4 3:00 PM AEST

Topics covered in this webinar will include:

  • The Concepts Behind Representational State Transfer
  • REST technologies and Delphi
  • Creating Delphi REST clients that interface with RSS feeds, maps, and Twitter
  • Data-Oriented REST Servers