We’ve done Saturday live events in the past for RAD Studio but we’ve never before done a Saturday online deep dive. We’ll do our first one ever on Saturday, May 16 from 8am to 1pm Pacific Daylight Time. Join me, Nick Hodges, Jim McKeeth and Al Mannarino as we take you through a deep technical dive into all that is new in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE8 for VCL and multi-device developers. The live, online event will be mostly technology demonstrations with a few slides to highlight the presentation sections. Register Now for this first ever live online workshop at http://forms.embarcadero.com/RADXE8DeepDiveWebinar.
During the workshop you’ll learn how to:
Make the most of your VCL Windows applications in a connected world
Move existing code up to new levels of scalability, performance and integration
Extend existing code and build new apps to embrace mobile, new devices and Internet of Things
Utilize high-performance, easy-to-use, enterprise database connectivity
Embrace the latest compilers and toolchains
Be the most productive you have ever been – for Windows and beyond!
…and much more!
A few breaks will occur throughout the workshop and live Q&A will also take place during the workshop and at the end.
The Workshop Agenda
Welcome & Introduction
RAD XE8 Product Vision
What’s New in XE8 for VCL and Multi-Device developers
Developer Productivity in the IDE
Unit Testing with DUnitX
Enterprise Mobility Services including the new Push Notification Support
InterBase XE7 with the new Change Views
Deep Dive into a Digital Medical Technology Application (using devices and proximity beacons)
Summary and Final Q&A
Follow along with the Presentations and Demonstrations
We will provide the slides to all of the attendees. If you already have XE8, fire it up and follow along with the presentations. If you don’t already have XE8, download the RAD Studio XE8 free trial, install it, activate it and try some of the features, tips, tricks and techniques along with the presenters
See you live, online Saturday, May 16!
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