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42 – David I

Today we talk with David I, chief Developer Evangelist and VP of Developer Relations from Embarcadero Technologies.

We talk about

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.

Delphi Live! 2010 – Call for Papers

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 17-20UPDATE: 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

>> Tracks

  • Architecture / Design
  • OOP
  • Database
  • 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
http://delphilive.com/input

If you already have a log in to this website, you can use it. If not, registration only takes you a few seconds.

>> Sessions:
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
  • Consultants
  • IT managers
  • Trainers

>> Misc:

  1. Accommodation will be covered based on the contribution of each speaker to the conference.
  2. You have free access to all sessions and tutorials.
  3. It is mandatory for each speaker to give at least 2 talks.

We are looking forward to meeting you in San Jose!

DelphiLive! Speaker Series

DelphiLive! Speaker

Let me know if you have a specific speaker from DelphiLive! you would like interviewed on the podcast, and any specific questiosn you might have.  I’ve already contacted a few speakers at random,  but I am certainly open to interviewing all the speakers.  If you are a speaker then feel free to nominate yourself or just drop me an email.

With each speaker I plan to talk with them a little about their background, what they are up to, and what we can expect from their sessions.

DelphiLive!

25 – DelphiLive!

In this episode we discuss the upcoming DelphiLive! conference.

Guests:

Vital Details:

20 – Introducing Delphi Live 2009

In this episode we talk to Olaf Monien about the upcoming DelphiLive 2009 conference, just announced on Thursday the 22nd, 2009. The conference is organized by Software & Support Verlag, the usual sponsors of the German Delphi conference EKON.

  • Where: San Jose, CA, USA
  • When: May 13th – 16th 2009
  • Who: All Delphi developers, let it be Delphi Win 32, Delphi Prism or Delphi for PHP ones.

Stay tuned here and Olaf’s blog for more information as it develops.