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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!

31 – MonoTouchDevelopPrism

marc hoffman of RemObjects discusses some of the news about MonoTouch for the iPhone, MonoDevelop for the Mac, and Silverlight 3 development, and all with Delphi Prisim.

You can follow the progress of Delphi Prism and the MonoDevelop rewrite in marc’s blog and join them in the remobjects.public.oxgene.md-project newsgroup.

I discovered that EKON 13 is also known as Delphi Live Germany.

Follow along with CodeRage IV.

30 – Delphi Prism with AOP

Talking with marc hoffman of RemObjects about the latest Delphi Prism release.  A large portion of this episode focuses on Aspect Oriented Programming with the Cirrus framework and Delphi Prism.  We also talk about a number of the other features in this latest May 2009 release.

Yeah, this one is a little long.  The last bit is marc and I shooting the breeze for a bit about whatever.

This was also recorded out of order.  It was recorded before episodes 28 and 29.  I lost my original recordings and had to recreate it from marc’s recordings.  We had some lost audio in the call too, but it ended up coming out pretty good.

BTW, CyberEars (the podcast host) upgraded their download servers so we should have faster download speeds.  Let me know if you can tell a difference.  Also I replaced episode 8 that I accidently deleted a while ago.  Sorry about that!

Delphi Live! 2009 – What’s Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 7

This is actually the segment I’ve gotten the most requests for me to upload.  Unfortunately I am a bit obsessive compulsive about doing them in order. . . .  This is the part of the What’s Cooking in the Delphi Labs where I presented on the Cirrus Aspect Oriented programming framework for Delphi Prism.

Jim McKeeth

Cirrus Aspect Oriented programming framework for Delphi Prism.

Delphi Live! 2009
May 2009

Part 7 of 8

[YouTube]

[Part 6] – [Part 8] (Coming soon!)

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 6

David I. Showing Delphi Prism running in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010


(Be sure to click HQ)

David Intersimone, Vice President of Developer Relations
Embarcadero Technologies

Showing Delphi Prism running in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

Delphi Live! 2009
May 2009

Part 6 of 8

[YouTube] [Vimeo] [Viddler]

[Part 5] – [Part 7]

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 5

Anders Ohlsson shows of his Delphi parsing tool to aid in the migration to Unicode support with Delphi 2009.

Embarcadero Technologies

DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

Part 5 of 8.

[Vimeo]

[YouTube]

[Viddler]

[Part 4] – [Part 6] (Coming soon!)

BTW, I have family visiting from out of state, so have been a little busy to upload these videos as fast as I would like.  They will keep coming though.

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 4

Here is a demo of some of the RTTI enhancements as well as Project “X” – Delphi application compiled to Mac OSX

Nick Hodges, R&D Manager
Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

Embarcadero Technologies

DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

This is part 4 of 8.

[Vimeo]

[YouTube]

RTTI
Project “X” – Delphi application running on Mac OSX

[Part 3] – [Part 5]

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 3

Another video from Delphi Live! 2009 . . .

Nick Hodges, Delphi R & D Manager
Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

Embarcadero Technologies

DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

This is part 3 where we see more of the code formater.  Also the non-modal find box.  Then Allen takes over to show off the Direct2D canvas.  I zoomed in pretty good so you can see the differences.    At the very end you see the email from David I. saying he is ready for his demo next.

[Part 2] – [Part 4]

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 2

Swapped out the video host for one less skinny.

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 2 from Jim McKeeth on Vimeo.

Nick Hodges, Delphi R & D Manager
Allen Bauer, Chief Scientist

Embarcadero Technologies

DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

This is part 2 where we start to see some of the IDE enhancements including:

  • Quick Access
  • Code Formatter

[Part 1] [Part 3]

Delphi Live! 2009 – What is Cooking in the Delphi Labs – Part 1

Nick Hodges, Delphi R & D Manager with Embarcadero
Introduction and Disclaimer
DelphiLive! 2009
May 2009 in San Jose

[Part 2]

I’ll upload a video segment or two every day or so. I have the project address, the touch demo, Funside of Delphi, and a few other sessions.