May 27, 2014

Register for Developer Skill Sprints for RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi

Embarcadero has a great new series of webinars starting this week called Developer Skill Sprints.

Developer Skill Sprints
Fast programming tips, tricks and techniques that you can use right now
You’re invited to join the software development experts at Embarcadero each Tuesday and Thursday for Programmer Skill Sprints – 20-minute online live tutorials on software development for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS.

Live sessions every Tuesday & Thursday
May 29-July 29, 2014

6AM San Francisco / 9AM New York / 2PM London / 3PM Milan
11AM San Francisco / 2PM New York / 7PM London / 8PM Milan
5PM San Francisco / Wed & Fri 9AM Tokyo / Wed & Fri 10AM Sydney

May 29Use C++ Packages in your 64-bit Windows Applications
June 3Remote Control a Windows App from a Mobile Device
June 5Add Taskbar Controls to your Modernize your Windows Applications
June 10Modernize your Windows Look and Feel with TMS Modern UI Bonus Pack
June 12Add Ads to Monetize your Mobile App
June 17Create and Consume a Custom REST API
June 19Push a Notification from your Windows App to your Mobile Apps with Kinvey BaaS
June 24Manage User Accounts and Storage with Parse BaaS
June 26Create a Tablet-specific VCL Windows App
July 1Talk to GPS and Accelerometer on your Windows Tablet with VCL
*More sessions will be added through July 2014.

Download a free RAD Studio XE6 30-day license to follow along with the sessions and work with the sample code.
Top reasons to attend Skill Sprints:
  • Each 20-minute session focuses on a new skill that you can use immediately
  • Get answers to your questions in a live Q&A at the end of each session
  • Sessions cover application development for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android with C++ and Object Pascal and include source code

1 comment:

L Kaye said...

This page cannot be opened from the main blog feed in the Studio IDE so I had to open a web browser to get to here. The other particularly user-unfriendly feature of this page is the irritating pop-out menu on the right which inconveniently overlay the browser scroll bar. Not good.