I am pleased to announce a special edition of Delphi Developer Days 2013 and Mobile Development Workshop, to be held this December 4th, 5th, and 6th near London's Heathrow Airport. This three-day event includes the classic two-day Delphi Developer Days 2013 sessions by me and Delphi expert Bob (Dr.Bob) Swart, where Bob and I present joint sessions, where we present in-depth topics together, as well as separate sessions, where we break out into separate rooms to present diverse topics.
The optional third day is the Delphi Developer Days Mobile Development Workshop, where Bob and I work with you to develop and deploy mobile applications to your iOS * or Android ** mobile device. This one-of-a-kind workshop includes focused discussions by Bob and me where we explain aspects of mobile development, followed by hand-on sessions where you implement the concepts we describe. During this time we are available to answer questions, provide guidance, and help you build and deploy your sample applications.
You can attend all three days of this special event, just the first two days, or only the Delphi Developer Days Mobile Development Workshop. Discounts are available to previous Delphi Developer Days attendees, and their is a special discount for the hands-on workshop available to attendees of this spring's Delphi Developer Days. There are also discounts for early registration.
Lunch is provided on each day that you attend. All attendees registered for the first two days will receive our Delphi Developer Days 2013 course book, containing more than 400 pages of material covered in our presentations. Similarly, attendees of the Delphi Developer Days Mobile Development Workshop will receive material on iOS, Android, and FireDAC mobile development written by Bob and me. Space is limited, so register now to reserve your seat.
Visit www.DelphiDeveloperDays.com for more information, including registration, agenda, software and hardware requirements, location details, and more.
* iOS devices include iPhone, iPad, and iPad mini devices
** Android devices must be based on ARMv7 compatible CPUs. Android Jelly Bean is preferred, though most Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread devices are supported