Going to DelphiLive! again.

This time last year, I was getting ready to take a plane down to California to attend the DelphiLive! conference, where I’d been invited to speak about developing games in Delphi.  This year, it’s been pushed back a few months, to be held in late August instead of mid-May, and I just now got the acceptance email from the organizers.  Looks like I’ll be presenting two sessions this year: “Using extended RTTI to make your life easier,” and “Game engine development in Delphi.”

Last year’s conference was a lot of fun, and I really enjoyed having four days to relax, learn some new stuff, and hang out with a bunch of really talented coders.  (And about an hour and a half of completely stressing out and hoping nothing would go wrong as I presented my session!)  They haven’t posted the schedule yet, and I haven’t heard much from the other participants, but this is being put on by the same people who did last year’s DelphiLive!, and they did a really good job of it, so I’m looking forward to this one.  If any of you can come, you’ll have a good time.  Hope to see you there!


  1. Bruce McGee says:

    I’m going for the first. See you there.

    • Mason Wheeler says:

      Going for the first what? Do you mean the first day of the conference, or that you’ll want to see the first of my sessions?

  2. Congrats. Just got the message that I’m invited too. Depending if they can get the right equiment (flying it in transatlantic) I will teach an ASIO session. That might combine well with your gaming stuff.

  3. Mason Wheeler says:

    Jeroen: Looks cool. I’ll make sure to stop by and check it out if you do that.

  4. Bruce McGee says:

    Whoops. That should read “I’m going for the first time”. I’ll be there for all 4 days.

  5. Paweł says:

    Hi Mason,
    I’m looking forward to meeting you in San Jose. I have also been accepted and looking forward to your Delphi game programming sessions:-)