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Joint Windows 10 Webinar with Microsoft and Embarcadero

Embarcadero has been focusing a recent series of webinar on Windows 10 and the RAD Studio features (mainly in VCL) specifically focused on the latest version of Windows. This week we are going to have a special event, presented by Microsoft and Embarcadero, and offering a overview of Microsoft plans for the platform and how Embarcadero already supports them or is planning to.

This is the official description: “Join Microsoft’s Matteo Pagani, Windows AppConsult Engineer, and Embarcadero’s Product Manager, Marco Cantu, with host Jim McKeeth, Embarcadero’s Developer Advocate for this special live webinar. Learn about the vision and direction of Microsoft with Windows 10 and how Embarcadero makes it easy for you to take your applications there with RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder.”

This is next Thursday, September 19, at 8AM US Central time, 3PM for those like me in Europe. Sign up at:

https://embt.co/MoveYourWindowsApps


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Marco is one of the RAD Studio Product Managers, focused on Delphi. He's the best selling author of over 20 books on Delphi.
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