It is time for our annual developer conference: CodeRage 2019, and this year we are evolving CodeRage to take greater advantage of the virtual conference format.
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(This post is the home for all things CodeRage 2019 - it will be updated throughout CodeRage 2019)
We are making some changes to it this year to take advantage of the virtual nature of the conference. This will make it more flexible for attendees in different time zones and attract a greater diversity of content.
Overview: Instead of the 45 minute pre-recorded sessions with 15 minute live Q&A on a fixed schedule, we are switching to a series of shorter videos, each by different presenters, around a single topic with a single Q&A session hosted round table style. CodeRage 2019 is spread out over seven weeks from Oct 28th to Dec 19th (skipping the last week of November in observance of Thanksgiving in the USA.) Each video will be around 5 minutes in length (at most 10), and include a link to slides, code, and paper/blog post.
The series will go live on Monday of the week as part of a YouTube playlist. Everyone who registers for the Q&A will receive access to the playlist, allowing them to view the videos on their own schedule and also submit questions for the Q&A. On Thursday of the week there will be a live, hosted, round table conversation around the topic of the week, including Q&A from the attendees during the week. The hosted session will be added to the YouTube playlist for anyone who couldn’t attend live.
Topic (with link to register)
InterBase Power User Tips and Tricks
All About Linux and Advanced FMX
FireMonkey Multi Device Design
VCL Tips and Tricks on Windows 10
Tech Partner Round-Up - Component Design, Open Source, and OTA
RAD Server, DataSnap, Web, and Client Server Technologies
Fast C++Builder Development
Schedule: Seven weeks from Oct 28th to Dec 19th (skipping the last week of November in observance of Thanksgiving in the USA). Playlist goes live on Monday, hosted Q&A on Thursday.
Format: Each video will be 5 to 10 minutes in length, and include a link to slides, code, paper/blog post, and a way to connect with the speaker. The series will go live on Tuesday of the week as on YouTube. On Thursday of the week there will be a hosted round table discussion of the topics, including a live Q&A pulling questions from the live attendees and questions submitted during the week.
Note: I'm traveling the weeks of October 21-25th (Brazil), and November 18-22nd (Belgium), but will be working behind the scenes on logistics.
16-Dec Fast C++Builder DevelopmentTime is okay, I can prepare few vids i think.