Over the next two weeks, I’m presenting at two different conferences: EKON 25, in-person in Dusseldorf, Germany, and DelphiCon 2021, Embarcadero largest yearly online event.
The EKON conference in Germany is likely the longest running Delphi focused event, celebrating the 25th session this year, certainly a big breakthrough. The conference is in Dusseldorf, November 8th to 10th, and it’s the first in-person Delphi event after a long break caused by the global pandemic. The speakers round up is great, as usual, and the topics quite varied, with sessions in English and German languages.
You can read more at https://entwickler-konferenz.de/
For my part, I’ll be giving a keynote on the general status of Delphi, a technical session on “Delphi, Windows and Project Reunion” and one titled “From Expressions to Live Bindings: Dynamic Code in Delphi”.
Following the tradition of the past CodeRage event, Embarcadero is organizing its yearly online Delphi focused conference, with the presence of the top experts on the product and a few great guest speakers from outside the community. DelphiCon 2021 will run on November 16th to 18th. At the conference I’ll present a keynote titled “Beyond 10x – The Future of Development with Delphi”.
More information and sign up at https://delphicon.embarcadero.com/