Holger's Thoughts on Delphi

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

DevCon US: Holger's Sessions

So, as I browse bdn.borland.com today it seems that the voting for the sessions has started. If you'd like to see me at DevCon and are interested in ECO, so please vote for my sessions if you like to :-)

I kept the topics pretty general, so I'll accept feedback what exactly to cover ...

My sessions are:

Report No: 32263
ECO and ASP.NET : Authentication and Authorization by Holger Flick

Report No: 32262
Using ECO Services in Code by Holger Flick

Report No: 32261
Synchronization and Resolving Conflicts in Multi-user ECO Applications by Holger Flick

Report No: 32260 Status: Reported
Building Scalable ECO Applications by Holger Flick

Report No: 32259 Status: Reported
Using and Extending ECO OCL by Holger Flick


  • Holger, will you come to Brazil at BorCon or something? I wanna see you ECO sessions.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:33 AM  

  • No, I am not familiar with that conference.

    However, I have not been to any BorCon so far either and my sessions are not accepted either -- yet. Thus, the voting.

    In order to make sure that I will be able to come to other conferences in the future, I need to start somewhere...

    By Blogger Holger, at 1:33 PM  

  • Zote, "not familiar" => have not heard about it, just to be more precise

    By Blogger Holger, at 1:35 PM  

  • Holger, I think BorCon is Developers Conference to Brazil. This year will be 5th BorCon (or new name event)!

    I'm every interessing in your sessions because i'm using ECO alot.

    Did you worked in BDP/PMapper for ASA?


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:00 PM  

  • I did a BDNtv episode that shows how to use BDP in ASP.NET. Look for it on http://bdn.borland.com

    By Blogger Holger, at 2:30 AM  

  • BDP with asp.net is just fine, but I need BDP for ASA to be great!

    If you can, add me to skype (zotekracik) or gtalk (zotekracik at gmail dot com) to talk more about BDP+ASA+ECO.

    See you

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:45 AM  

  • I never heard of "ASA". What is ASA?

    By Blogger Holger, at 2:03 AM  

  • Visit this link.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:15 PM  

  • SQL Anywhere... I think there is a feature request for that in QC somewhere.

    By Blogger Holger, at 4:33 PM  

  • Here, http://qc.borland.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=31677

    And some "Delphi Hours" ago you said to me that you had opened this Report...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:42 AM  

  • This is all we can do then.

    By Blogger Holger, at 3:09 PM  

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