Borland to Host Second “24 Hours of Delphi” Marathon
- 21 October, 2005 16:04
<p>What: “24 Hours of Delphi” — An interactive online radio broadcast to include a full day’s worth of continuous interviews, expert advice and look at Delphi’s future from over 50 speakers from around the world including Borland® customers, partners, field testers, engineers, product managers and speakers from Borland’s upcoming U.S. Developer Conference. Special attention will be given to the upcoming release of Delphi® 2006, codenamed “DeXter,” as recently announced by Borland.</p>
<p>When: Monday, October 25, from 5 pm to October 25, 4.59 pm (EST)</p>
<p>Where: Borland Developer Network (BDN), http://ec.borland.com/eventDisplay.faces?e=589</p>
<p>Borland Delphi is used by tens of thousands of developers around the world to deliver business-critical applications by making Microsoft® Windows® and .NET development tasks faster and easier.</p>
<p>To kickoff the broadcast, Delphi gurus Michael Swindell, Jason Vokes and Malcolm Groves will present a discussion of Delphi, C++Builder® and C#Builder® usage around the world. They will also present future directions for the products with support for Microsoft’s .NET Compact Framework (CF), .NET 2.0 and Windows VistaTM. Throughout the marathon, listeners will hear valuable tips and techniques from top Delphi experts and participate in discussions on moving projects to Delphi 2006 for Win32® development, as well as moving applications to Microsoft .NET and the .NET Compact Framework.</p>
<p>Listeners can submit questions in advance for the radio guests to answer live by emailing Anders Ohlsson at email@example.com. The broadcast will be recorded and archived on BDN for those who miss all or parts of it.</p>
<p>For more information please visit, www.bdn.borland.com.</p>
<p>Borland, Delphi, C++Builder, C#Builder and all other Borland brand and product names are service marks, trademarks or registered trademarks of Borland Software Corporation in the United States and other countries. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Win32 are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.</p>
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