To Be or not to Be : Final call for Be-Delphi!


Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Today, I was sitting together with the organizers behind the Be-Delphi conference as TMS software is platinum sponsor. I was pleasantly surprised to hear the event was fully booked and a waiting list was used for the past weeks. While discussing the facilities of the excellent accomodation of Ter Elst where Be-Delphi is taking place, I heard there was an opportunity to reorganize rooms a little bit so Be-Delphi could accept about 20 extra attendees. So, if you still would want to attend, hurry, the waiting list is cleared now and only a few extra places are available. Rush to and register before Nov 11, 0h00!

The Be-Delphi team has gathered top international speakers like Jason Vokes, Bob Swart, Thierry Laborde and Brian Long! RemObjects has chosen the Be-Delphi event to launch the all new Cooper version with Brian Long giving a session about this. TMS software will be present and will showcase the new TMS MultiTouch SDK, MultiTouch hardware and of course the entire component portfolio. But there is another world's first at Be-Delphi! Intricad will hold its first public demo of a unique 3D scanning technology with just a 2D camera and an LCD screen and of course, Delphi software. Attendees will have the opportunity to get a 3D scan of their head, hand or perhaps a foot? And that's not all. The Blaise Pascal magazine is present too and is offering all attendees a free DVD packed with sample editions of the Blaise Pascal magazine and software and other materials from the sponsors.
For those who want extra time to mingle with the top speakers and with fellow Delphi developers, an optional evening dinner together is offered. All questions you hesitated to ask during the day can be asked during the informal wine and dine at the Ter Elst restaurant.
Hurry to register! The TMS software team is excited to meet you there!

Bruno Fierens


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