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José León Serna at TMS Training Days 2023


Tuesday, February 28, 2023

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Presenting the second speaker for the upcoming TMS Training Days: José León Serna

How it started...

Creator of Delphi for PHP/HTML5 Builder and former Director of Engineering and Branch Manager at Embarcadero Technologies between 2010 and 2016. Although the Embarcadero’s branch participated in the development of several products, he was mainly responsible for RAD Studio, and more specifically, the IDE. He participated actively on the conception and implementation of multitude of new features, specially focused on multi-device development. He has been involved in IDE development for most part of his career and is the area where he enjoys most.


TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code is the 5th IDE that he has written.

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Did you know that Visual Studio Code is written entirely using web technologies and works not only on every major desktop OS, but also, on web browsers?

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1. Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 2:07:40 PM

Hello. Is there somewhere I can find an outline of the pros & cons of using Webcore in VSC over Delphi? Mostly I''m interested in a list of what I lose if I move to use webcore exclusively with VSC. Thanks in advance.

Richard Hazell

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