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CodeRage 7 Delphi Conference is next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Nov 6-8!

Attention all Delphi developers! The CodeRage 7 Delphi Conference takes place next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (November 6,7,8). Sessions run each day from 5am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time, 1pm UTC.

Join with the world’s best Delphi experts live online for our annual free technical conference. Each year CodeRage serves up real-world technical sessions designed to provide you with information you can put to work immediately in your projects, in your environment.

Register for the CodeRage 7 Delphi Developer Conference at

Here are a few of the 36 technical sessions covering Delphi, Prism, InterBase and HTML5 Builder that are taking place next week:

  • Delphi Product Address - John Thomas
  • Cross-platform Reporting with FastReport for FireMonkey - Michael Philippenko
  • What’s New in the Delphi Language - Bob Swart
  • Delphi XE3 Development for Windows 8 - Marco Cantu
  • Creating Custom FireMonkey Controls with Delphi XE3 - Ray Konopka
  • IDE Productivity Tips & Techniques - Brian Long
  • Discover LiveBindings Advanced Features - Jim Tierney
  • New Features of FireMonkey FM2 - Darren Kosinski

The complete list of CodeRage 7 sessions and speakers can be found at

Attend the live online sessions and interact with session leaders and your peers. Can’t make a session? No problem, return at your convenience and watch a video replay on-demand. Whatever you do, you’ll still need to register at

Also, make sure you visit the CodeRage 7 Embarcadero Technology Partner exhibit hall at

Attention C++ Developers:

If you’re a C++ developer, join us for the CodeRage 7 C++ Conference which takes place Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, December 10-12. Use the same registration link for both conferences.

CodeRage 7, sponsored by:

I’ll be live all day, each day. I hope you will register and join me and our great group of experts.

David Intersimone "David I"
Vice President of Developer Relations and Chief Evangelist
Embarcadero Technologies

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