The Delphi CE Bootcamp 2018
8 Weeks of Delphi Skill Development with Delphi Experts - Begins Week of Sept 3rd
Delphi CE Bootcamp is an 8 week FREE instructional lecture series beginning the week of September 3rd 2018. Lectures will be posted each week on each weeks topic. Lecture replays will be available if you're not able to attend during a week. The bootcamp is free but be sure to reserve your space early to make you get in. You can use Delphi Community Edition or any Delphi 10.2.X Pro, Enterprise, or Architect with the CE Bootcamp.
1) Download Delphi CE for FREE (Of course you may also use any Delphi 10.2.X Pro, Ent, or Architect)
2) Enroll on this page for Delphi CE Bootcamp for FREE
NOTE: Each weeks content will locked until that week goes live.
Week 1 - Delphi Language Introduction with Marco Cantu - Begins Sept 3rd
Week 2 - GUI Fundamentals (FMX and VCL) with Andrea Magni- Begins Sept 10th
Week 3 - Mobile / Multi-Platform Concepts with Ian Barker - Begins Sept 17th
Week 4 - DataBase/FireDAC with Cary Jensen - Begins Sept 24th
Week 5 - Debugging with Alan Fletcher - Begins Oct 1st
Week 6 - REST Services & APIs with Cesar Romero - Begins Oct 8th
Week 7 - Threading and Performance with Olaf Monien - Begins Oct 15th
Week 8 - Using 3rd Party Components with Ian Barker - Begins Oct 22nd
Your Bootcamp Instructors:
Marco Cantu - http://www.marcocantu.com/
Marco is a well known Delphi expert and the best-selling author of over 20 books on the product. Has has been using Delphi since the early days of the product, spoken to hundreds of conferences in 4 continents, given countless training classes on the language, VCL, Windows, server side and mobile development.
A few years back he joined Embarcadero technologies as Delphi product manager, but he has continues giving training sessions, webinars, and conference classes, and writing books.
His most recent book is the "Object Pascal Handbook", focused on the Delphi language. Marco lives in Piacenza, Italy, with his family, and travels often around the world.
Cary Jensen - http://www.jensendatasystems.com/
Cary is an award-winning, best-selling author of more than 25 books. His latest book is Delphi in Depth: FireDAC. He was the author of, and principal speaker of the Delphi 1 through Delphi 5 World Tours, and in 2001 he co-founded Delphi Developer Days, a series of Delphi-focused seminars that continues to tour to this day. A frequent speaker at conferences, workshops, and seminars throughout much of the world, he is widely regarded for his self-effacing humor and practical approaches to complex issues. Cary has a Ph.D. from Rice University in Engineering Psychology, specializing in human-computer interaction.
Cary Jensen is Chief Technology Officer of Jensen Data Systems, Inc., a company that has been providing consulting, training, mentoring, and application development services since 1988. If you are interested in Cary’s services, please contact [email protected].
Andrea Magni - https://andreamagni.eu
A long time Delphi developer (started with Delphi 2, 15+ years ago), a trainer and a consultant.
Embarcadero MVP since 2014, I am the author of MARS (REST library for Delphi), TFrameStand (UI frame-oriented approach for FMX) and SDriver (simple Slack API wrapper). All of these are available on my github.com profile page.
Olaf Monien - https://www.developer-experts.net
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 is the CEO of Developer Experts, LLC, a US based company, Olaf is also the CEO of Unternehmensberatung Monien, a Germany based company. Both companies are focussing on consulting and training in the area of Delphi software development. Developer Experts is an Embarcadero Technology Partner.
Olaf Monien is an Embarcadero Technologies MVP and maintains a strong relationship with Embarcadero's development team. Olaf received a Master of Computer Science degree and has more than 25 years of software development experience.
Ian is a self-employed independent software developer. He started developing in 1978 using machine language. An expert with Delphi, FireMonkey, FireDAC, and more. He uses Delphi because it’s a guaranteed sure-fire development you can rely on. He finds it exciting to see everything in one place with Multi-device preview. And loves the advent of WSL on Linux compatibility.
One of his interesting projects was the Clock system used by 1.5 million people in the UK. They clock in or out for work everyday using fingerprint scanners, hand scanners, facial recognition and proximity tag units. He wrote everything from the hardware controllers right up to reporting software, cloud servers and documentation. They’ve just expanded to the US. It’s kind of cool to see many people getting their payroll done and overtime paid with help from code he wrote.
Alan Fletcher is a Software Developer with over 35 years of experience in the area. 20 of those years were mostly spent in Delphi/ Pascal – his language of choice.Alan has been involved (and fascinated) with computers since 48K of RAM was a lot and the source code for the OS was provided as part of the computer documentation. Alan also developed in Assembler, C, C++, PHP, and other languages. Alan worked in software development in Brazil, Canada, Austria, France and the United States.
Currently Alan calls Brookings home where he works for WideOrbit. When Alan is not at the computer he loves spending time with his family, cycling, cooking, teaching spin classes and taking pictures.
Cesar Romero is a software engineer at HBSIS, with more than 20 years of experience in software development, team leadership, and software architecture, working with Delphi since 1995 and many other languages and technologies.
A frequent speaker at conferences and Embarcadero MVP and contributor of many open source projects.