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Be-Delphi Delphi Developer Day

Be-Delphi is organizing their first (of many) Delphi Developer Day on November 17th in Edegem near Antwerp. That day will be completely dedicated to Delphi and Prism.

At Be-Delphi, Devia will be holding a talk about the new LiveBindings in Delphi XE2, so be sure to grab a hold of me and say hello !

Introduction to LiveBindings in Delphi XE2

written by Stefaan Lesage on 18/11/2011

Yesterday at Be-Delphi I gave a session on using the new LiveBindings in Delphi XE2 ..


Yesterday was Be-Delph, and I was invited to give a talk on the new LiveBindings in Delphi XE2. Me and a colleague of mine decided to drive up there together, which should have given me some time to relax. Sadly it didn't and I was kinda nervous.

Once we got welcomed by Pascal Lagrou and Bruno Fierens from TMS Software, had a coffee or two and we were ready for the sessions. My session on LiveBindings in Delphi XE2 was only in the afternoon, so I still had some time to build up additional stress. In the end everything went quite well. I was nervous in the beginning, but once I could dive into familiar territory (the Delphi XE2 IDE) everything went a lot smoother.

I would personally want to thank everyone who made this even possible, including Filip Lagrou, Bruno Fierens, Thierry Laborde, Brian Long, Jason Vokes and Bob Swart, and everyone who helped behind the scenes. Also a big thank you for the Be-Delph sponsors TMS Software, Embarcadero, Dr Bob, RemObjects, Fast Report, Expert Team, C-Quel Software Solutions, Raize Software, Devart, Blaise Pascal, and all sponsors who supplied us with prizes. In case I forgot some, you can find the full list of sponsors right here.

I hope everyone enjoyed Be-Delphi and hope we will all meet up at the next Be-Delphi. For those of you who missed Be-Delphi, I have uploaded my presentation and the corresponding White Paper document :


BEDelphi - LiveBindings in Delphi XE2 - Devia

View more presentations from Stefaan Lesage

The White Paper

Be Delphi Live Bindings


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