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Be-Delphi 2.0 conference - TMS software platinum sponsor


Monday, October 22, 2012

Be-Delphi organises on November 22 the second yearly Delphi event Be-Delphi 2.0 in Antwerp, Belgium. National and internationally acclaimed speakers such as Marco Cantu, Bruno Fierens, Pawel Glowacki, Bob Swart, Brian Long, Jason Vokes … bring a varied mix of technical sessions.

Top speaker Marco Cantu will reveal as much advanced information about the upcoming Mobile Studio and preparing your code for it as he's allowed to and will also give a second session about getting the most out of development for Windows 8 with XE3, including the new Windows 8 Live tiles for which he was involved in the development. Brian Long will present another hot product: Nougat for native iOS and OS-X development with Object Pascal. Pawel Glowacki will cover the new FireMonkey 2.0 features in depth.

TMS software is platinum sponsor for this event, the team will be present the entire day with a booth and Bruno Fierens will give a presentation on the TMS Grid for FireMonkey. So you're welcome to come & discuss everything ongoing at TMS software as well.

The best speakers, simultaneous sessions, very interesting talks in a fantastic surrounding make Be-Delphi 2.0 the event not to miss for the Delphi developer. Don't miss out on the early bird discount and register now via See you on Be-Delphi 2.0!

Speakers / Sessions
Jason Vokes - Embarcadero

What's new in RAD Studio XE3 and what's cooking at Embarcadero
  Bob Swart - eBob42

Building multi-tier applications with DataSnap
Brian Long -

Project 'Nougat' - native iOS and OSX with Object Pascal
  Filip Lagrou - C-Quel

Multi-Tier with RemObjects DataAbstract for Delphi
Bruno Fierens - TMS Software

TMS Grid for FireMonkey discovered
  Stefaan Lesage - Devia

User Interface & User Experience (UI vs UX)
Pawel Glowacki - Embarcadero

What's new in FireMonkey v2.0
  Marco Cantu - Wintech Italia

Windows 8 support in Delphi XE3

Getting your Delphi code ready for the upcoming Mobile Studio

Bruno Fierens


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