February 25, 2010

Join Embarcadero and Marco Cantù for an exclusive technical webinar

Join Embarcadero Technologies and Marco Cantù for an exclusive Technical Webinar - Learn how to create REST Clients & Servers

Get the most from Delphi and RAD Studio 2010 with Representational State Transfer (REST) - a new architecture for Web services that is having a significant impact on the industry. Join Marco as he delves into the technologies involved in REST from the Delphi perspective.

Live Web Seminar - Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Click a session time to register: 

Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • The concepts behind Representational State Transfer 
  • REST technologies and Delphi 
  • Creating Delphi REST clients that interface with RSS feeds, maps, and Twitter Data-oriented REST servers 


Visit the Embarcadero RAD in Action REST Web services page for more information, a free white paper download, and to view a series of tutorial videos

More About Marco:
Marco Cantù is the author of the best-selling Mastering Delphi series and in the recent years he has self-published books on the latest versions of Delphi, including his Delphi 2010 handbook. Beside training and consulting on Delphi, Marco is available for consulting on Web architectures and the integration of Delphi projects. You can read Marco's blog at http://blog.marcocantu.com, follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/marcocantu, and contact him on marco.cantu@gmail.com.

February 12, 2010

Debug visualizers in Delphi 2010 and RAD Studio 2010

In this video, Mike Rozlog shows the new debug visualizers in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 2010.



 Learn more about Delphi 2010, C++Builder 2010 and RAD Studio 2010.

February 11, 2010

Webinar February 18th - Build .NET and Cross-Platform Mono Applications with Delphi Prism


Join David I for a deep dive webinar
Build .NET and Cross-Platform Mono Applications with Delphi Prism

Join Embarcadero’s David I. for a deep dive technical webinar that shows you how to build every type of .NET application using Delphi Prism including WPF, WCF, ASP.NET, Winforms, Web Services, Aspects and parallel programming.  Journey beyond traditional .NET development to explore how, with Delphi Prism, you can take your existing .NET and Delphi skills and break out of the Windows world by leveraging the Mono project. Find out how you can build cross-platform applications that broaden your reach and gain access to users of Linux and Mac OS X.

Live Web SeminarFebruary 18, 2010
3 Sessions Available:
6:00 AM PST / 9:00 AM EST
11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST 

Topics covered in this webinar include:
  • Delphi and Delphi Prism language comparison
  • Database programming using dbExpress and ADO.NET
  • GUI development with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • Building service-oriented applications with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
  • ASP.NET Web application development
  • Query, set and transform operations with LINQ
  • Parallel programming using .NET 4
  • Cross-platform application programming with Mono for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
  • Building multi-tier client applications with DataSnap
Additional Delphi Prism resources are also available on the Embarcadero Web site.

More About David:
David Intersimone (known to many as David I.) is a passionate and innovative software industry veteran (often referred to as a developer icon) who extols and educates the world on Embarcadero developer programs and runs the rampant online developer community. He shares his visions as an active member of the industry speaking circuit and is tapped as an expert source by the media. He is a long-standing champion of software developers and works to ensure that their needs are folded into Embarcadero's strategic product plans. Before Embarcadero, David spent more than 20 years with Borland in various evangelism, engineering, and development capacities, including creating the company's developer relations program. He previously served as Director of Product Services for Softsel Computer Products Inc. (now Merisel). David holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, California.