Lazarus Talk at Barcamp Canterbury 1

This weekend just gone saw the first Barcamp to occur in my home town of Canterbury. It went incredibly well and was greatly enjoyable.

It was my first Barcamp, and I presented one presentation on the open source Lazarus IDE, the slides of which can be found here.

Big thanks to Andy for organising the Barcamp, and I really hope it happens again next year as it was really great to meet like-minded individuals all in one place and exchange ideas and information with one another.

It was also great to see Edd win the prize for best talk for his presentation on HGD.

About Tris

Tris is a software engineer with a PhD in image analysis. He likes real beer, photography, electric guitar based music and Unix operating systems.
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2 Responses to Lazarus Talk at Barcamp Canterbury 1

  1. Hi, I enjoyed the presentation. Sorry for the late follow up but as discussed, my slides for teaching programming in Lazarus as part of AS/A2 Computing are here:

  2. Tris says:

    David, thank you I will take a look!

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