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FREE TMS WEB Core event @London Oct 23, 2018


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Thanks to Jason Chapman and the UK DevGroup of enthusiast Delphi developers, we have been able to cooperate and organise a TMS WEB Core event in London on October 23, 2018!

Bruno Fierens, CTO of will personally come to present TMS WEB Core, give live demonstrations, explain the architecture, show a glimpse of future developments and answer all your questions and listen to your suggestions and feedback.

The event is FREE and we welcome UK Dev Group members, existing TMS software customers and future TMS software customers interested in doing modern web application development in their beloved Object Pascal language and from the beloved Delphi IDE.

The TMS WEB Core event

Sessions are presented by
  • Bruno Fierens, CTO of
  • Jason Chapman

Location of the event:

The Prince Albert, 163 Royal College Street, London, NW1 0SG

The agenda of the day:

Time Description Speaker
12:00 Introduction UK devgroup + event Jason Chapman
12:15 TMS Company organisation & product line overview Bruno Fierens
12:30 Break/Lunch  
13:00 TMS WEB Core architecture in-depth Bruno Fierens
13:45 TMS WEB Core architecture hands-on / live demos Bruno Fierens
14:30 Break  
15:00 Connecting from TMS WEB Core to the back-end Wagner Landgraf (online) / Bruno Fierens
16:00 Hands-on experience with TMS WEB Core Jason Chapman
16:30 Q&A Bruno Fierens / Jason Chapman
17:00 End of TMS WEB Core event  


The number of places is strictly limited to 30, so be fast to sign-up as we cannot go over the limit of the venue.
To register, please use the following online form


We look forward to see you there.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding the TMS WEB Core event in London or TMS WEB Core in general.

Masiha Zemarai


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