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My life in the Developers World

DSConf Timetable is online !!!

Timetable for the DeveloperSolutionConference is now online.

We finished to organize the speakers,topics,examples,slides and compiled our stuff to a time table.

Now you can see what we do exactly on the brand new DeveloperSolutionConference!!!

Last Minute Chance to book your tickets and come to vegas!

btw: european customers there are some cheap flights available from
Frankfurt Germany non stop(!!) to Las Vegas with Condor ~550€ (Sunday-Thursday)
London to Las Vegas see here for ~590€ (Saturday-Friday)
Paris to Las Vegas see here for about ~560€

for more search i prefer: http://www.kayak.com/
you can sometimes save a lot of money with flights booking with a weekend in your trip

regards daniel magin

January 19, 2011 Posted by | Embarcadero (CodeGear) stuff, iPhone, Mac - Apple | Leave a comment

Last Call for Conference Delphi, .NET, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7…

Three Days full Power incl. Training in:

  • Delphi
  • Delphi Prism
  • Visual Studio
  • XCode
  • Mutlitier
    • WebService
    • XML RPC
    • SOAP
    • DataSnap
    • Rem Objects Data Abstract Server
  • iPhone/iPad Development
  • Android Development
  • Windows Phone 7 Development


David “I” Intersimone (KEYNOTE)
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 develop 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.

Jim McKeeth
Jim McKeeth is a Developer Evangelist for RemObjects Software and host of the Podcast at Delphi.org. He presents on Delphi, .NET, Mac OSX and iPhone development topics and loves to share his passion about software development any chance he gets. Jim is a published author on software development and is a regular presenter at conferences both domestic and international.
In addition to his ongoing work for RemObjects, Jim is also in the process of co-authoring a book on Professional iOS Data Driven Development. His first published software development work was on consuming ADO.NET Web Services on Linux with Kylix. He is also currently planning a cross-country trip with his family to visit software developers in every state.

Olaf Monien
Olaf Monien has been working as an IT consultant for international companies for many years. His areas of special interest are software architecture, database design, Internet applications and mobile devices.
Olaf Monien is an independent System Engineer of Embarcadero Technologies and maintains a strong relationship to Embarcadero’s development team. In the area of iPhone/iPad development, Olaf has many connections to leading Apple experts. Olaf received a Master of Computer Science degree and has more than 20 years of software development experience.

Holger Flick
Holger Flick has extensive knowledge in the area of software usability on the .NET, Win32 and iOS platforms. He worked in the Quality Assurance department of Embarcadero Technologies for the RAD Studio products. His special areas of interest include software architecture and design, mobile devices (iPad and iPhone in particular) and database systems.
Holger holds a degree in computer science from his studies at the Technical University Dortmund in Germany. Currently, he works at the chair of production systems at the Ruhr-University in Bochum.

Brian Long
Brian Long has spent the last 1.5 decades as a trainer, trouble-shooter and mentor focusing on the Delphi, C# and C++ languages, and the Win32, .NET and Mono platforms, recently adding iOS and Android onto the list. In his spare time, when not exploring the Chiltern Hills on his mountain-bike or pounding the pavement in his running shoes, Brian has been re-discovering and re-enjoying the idiosyncrasies and peccadilloes of Unix-based operating systems. Besides writing a Pascal problem-solving book in the mid-90s, he has contributed chapters to several books, written countless magazine articles, spoken at many international developer conferences and acted as occasional Technical Editor for Sybex. Brian has a number of online articles that can be found at http://blong.com.

Daniel Wolf
Daniel has been working for his company and using Delphi and Pascal for nearly twenty years. His main duty is to design software-architectures for projects related to insurance-companies. He also works as a software-consultant for his clients in Germany.
Daniel has an university degree in applied information sciences with a special focus on usability-testing of desktop and web applications.
He has a close relationship to the Delphi-unit of Embarcadero and has been watching the proceedings of Delphi for many releases. In addition Daniel runs Europe’s largest online-community for delphi-developers with more than 55,000 registered members.

Daniel Magin

Daniel Magin has been working as IT consultant and trainer for international companies and can look back to 20 years of experience dealing with complex software projects. He is well-known as a speaker on many international developer events and conferences, talking about frameworks (e.g. .NET, Win32, iOS), database design and the programming languages Delphi, C# and Objective-C.
Daniel is also an independent technical advisor for Embarcadero Technologies and an acknowledged specialist for Delphi and the Interbase database management system.

We bring all Worlds together!!!!

Come to Las Vegas to the Developer Solution Conference!!!

January 13, 2011 Posted by | Embarcadero (CodeGear) stuff, iPhone, Mac - Apple | Leave a comment