RAD Studio XE3 World Tour in Bangalore and Mumbai

Here’s a good news especially for the Delphi developers.

Embarcadero will be launching RAD Studio XE3 in some time.

Embarcadero is organising RAD Studio XE3 World Tour which will be held in different locations worldwide.

The RAD Studio XE3 World Tour is scheduled to be held in Bangalore and Mumbai on August 27 and August 29 respectively.

The RAD Studio XE3 World Tour will provide the audience the opportunity to be one of the first people to know what RAD Studio XE3 offers to the developers.

The Event will also let the users explore possibilities to know how to create Windows 8 style (Metro or Modern) UI apps using VCL (Visual Component Library) and Fire Monkey and also how to use the new Fire Monkey application framework “FM2”.

There are lot of other things to be learned during the event.

The RAD Studio XE3 World Tour is targeted for Developers and Project Managers and you could know more about the event here

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