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Delphi Conference Brazil - TMS Aurelius Session


Monday, October 22, 2012

Embarcadero Delphi Conference Brasil will happen in Sao Paulo, Brazil, this Tuesday, October, 23rd. This is the fourth edition of the event organized by Embarcadero, which had nothing less than 700 attendees last year. There will be up to five simultaneous sessions in two auditoriums and three rooms covering the latest Firemonkey technology, Multi-tier development, databases and also TMS Aurelius.

Among the speakers, there will be Michael Swindell, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product Management, and David Intersimone, Vice President of Developer Relations and Chief Evangelist. Both will be presenting the new HTML5 Builder tool and the new features in Rad Studio XE3.

From TMS Software, Wagner Landgraf will talk about TMS Aurelius showing how to build an ORM-based application from scratch using techniques that allow to easily port from a single local-based database application to a complete multi-tier application based on REST servers, even using JavaScript clients.

For more information, visit the official Embarcadero Delphi Conference web site.

Wagner R. Landgraf


This blog post has received 3 comments.

1. Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 4:11:35 AM

It would be nice to see this session on the second Delphi Developer Event on November 22nd in Edegem


2. Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 6:16:55 AM

Its a bit to far from my country but i''m really interested in the Aurelius talk (really dont care much about xe3 for now).

After the event will there be a video available afterwards?



3. Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 7:14:33 AM

We will build videos about the same theme of the session and we will make it available as soon as possible. There is no recording of the session itself, though.

Wagner Landgraf

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