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mandag den 15. februar 2016

WORKSHOP 26.-27. april 2016 på Hotel Hesselet 
Nick Hodges: More Coding in Delphi

Som altid med Nick Hodges drejer det sig om robust kode, hvor nøgleordet er kode frem for GUI.
Workshoppen foråret 2016 med Nick Hodges er omkring hvordan man laver robust testbar kode med en dybdegående genenmgang af principper bag Dependency Injection, samt en meget grundig gennemgang af MVC Framework til Delphi med Web udvikling. Et par små godbidder som funktionel programmering, operator overloading og parallel programmering bliver der (forhåbentlig) også rigelig tid til at gennemgå.

This will be Nick’s third visit to the Dapug Workshop. The first couple of times with Nick as speaker has been a huge success. It’s therefore advisable to book your seat as soon as possible, as there are a limited number of seats.

Det detaljerede program og tilmeldingsformular finder du her

Sidste frist for tilmelding var 11. marts 2016. Skriv en mail til delphidk@gmail.com, hvis du gerne vil deltage og ikke har meldt dig til endnu - så prøver vi at finde plads.

OBS: Det er vigtigt for DAPUG, at deltagerne betaler inden WorkShoppen begynder. Derfor er deltagelse 500 kr. billigere, hvis betalingen sker senest den 21. april 2016

Nick Hodges has been a part of the Delphi community from the very beginning. He is an original Delphi 1 beta tester, a former member of TeamB, an Advisory Board member for the annual Borland Conference, a frequent conference speaker, a blogger and author of numerous articles on a wide range of Delphi topics. 
Nick has a BA in Classical Languages from Carleton College and an MS in Information Technology Management from the Naval Postgraduate School. In his career he has been a busboy, a cook, a caddie, a telemarketer (for which he apologizes), an Office Manager, a high school teacher, a Naval Intelligence officer, a software developer, a product manager, and a software development manager. In addition, he is a former Delphi Product Manager and Delphi R&D Team Manager. He lives with his family in Gilbertsville, PA. 
Nick is also the author of “Coding in Delphi” and “More Coding in Delphi”

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