Next week I'll be speaking at the 19th EKON conference in Germany, a rather large Delphi-focused event with tracks in German and in English, and many top quality speakers.

EKON,, is one of the longest standing Delphi events, now in its 19th edition (even if originally it was a multi-technology developer conference). The conference runs November 2nd (Monday) to 4th (Wednesday) in Koeln (or Cologne), Germany. The location is a minute from the main train station, very easy to reach.

There are two speakers coming from the US (Cary Jensen and Nick Hodges), many well known German and European speakers, an Embarcadero presence with myself and Matthias Eissing. I'll give a keynote on Delphi 10 Seattle and the product status in general, and also two technical sessions on VCL/Windows 10 and on FireMonkey.

EKON is generally a very nice event for networking with other developers, chat over a beer, and have some fun. If you are coming, I'll be available for a chat, for a meeting with your team, or anything else. I can also bring printed copies of my latest Object Pascal Handbook, if you want one signed -- but let me know in advance.