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September 17-18: Software Developers Conference 2007

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 9/1/2007 4:35:25 PM (GMT+1)

For those of you in The Netherlands and Belgium (or elsewhere in the world who want a chance to visit The Netherlands), please mark your agenda for the 16th (!) Software Developer Conference 2007 which will be held on September 17 and 18 in Papendal, Arnhem (The Netherlands).
As member of the SDC Advisory Board, I've made sure the best Delphi speakers and topics are combined to produce at least two Delphi sessions for each time slot to pick from (usually a choice between a Delphi for Win32 or a more Delphi for .NET oriented topic).

And in case you've just returned from a well deserved holiday: the imminent announcement of Delphi Highlander (before the SDC, I would expect), will no doubt have its impact on some of the sessions, including the Delphi Product Address (by Nick Hodges), Delphi Chalk & Talk (Nick Hodges plus myself), but also some sessions covering topics like Generics, DBX4, ADO.NET 2.0, ASP.NET 2.0, and Windows Communication Foundation (WPF), to name but a few.
In other words: if you want to stay in touch with current Win32 development (including tips on how to prepare and handle Vista), as well as .NET development and the Delphi Product itself (including the roadmap), then the SDC will offer you two days who are not to be missed.
I'll be there as well - as a speaker, as an SDN "orgo", and a Delphi reseller (at the CodeGear / Barnsten booth), offering my training, consultancy and other support as well as a special upgrade offer. Don't hesitate to say "Hi!"...


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