The online CodeRage 2008 conference has just started (http://conferences.codegear.com/coderage08). Right now there is the initial keynote, with Micheal Swindell, David I, and Greg Keller. Micheal Swindell is talking, giving an overview of the technology landscape. Will post my impressions later.
I'll be giving two talks today, and two tomorrow. Today I'll be covering "Unicode in Delphi 2009" (at 2 pm Pacific Time, 11 pm Central European Time) and "The Secrets of the Delphi 2009 RTL" (at 3.15 pm Pacific Time, 12.15 am tonight/tomorrow Central European Time). Sessions are prerecorded, but I'll be there live to answer questions during the final Q&A... and for chatting while the session recordings run.
Tomorrow I'll give a talk about "The Fun Side of Delphi goes Unicode" (at 2 pm Pacific Time, 11 pm Central European Time) and "Generics and Closures" (at 3.15 pm Pacific Time, 12.15 am tonight/tomorrow Central European Time). I'll also be attending many talks, dwell in chat rooms, and have a virtual stand in the exhibit area for promoting my book.
At CodeRage 2008, later today, I'll announce the availability of my Delphi 2009 Handbook, with a special 20% discount for the first 60 who buy it. A couple of hours to go for the offer... I'll blog again later.