Edinburgh, Scotland (PRWEB) June 24, 2005
Runtime Revolution (http://www.runrev.com) and Dan Shafer (http://www.danshafer.com) announce the line-up of the fifth free online programming conference for Revolution users. This weekÂs topic covers another aspect of the Revolution programming metaphor, properties and includes a discussion on how to use them to create skins. The conference will be presented by Dan Shafer and hosted by Jacqueline Landman Gay of Hyperactive Software (http://www.hyperactivesw.com).The conference will take place on June 25 at 15:30 GMT.
The conference will explore the key aspects of giving software character through the use of properties. The core topics include an introduction to properties, using built-in properties, working with custom properties and using custom properties to create skins.
The conference will start with a moderated session that will focus on the learning objectives; it will be followed by an open session where attendees can ask questions.
The conference is free and open to all, including those who are using the free trial edition of Revolution. Details of this conference, the 15 others in the series and the free sample stack can be found at http://support.runrev.com/scriptingconferences/.
Participants are advised to download the latest version of Runtime Revolution from http://www.runrev.com.
About Dan Shafer:
Dan Shafer is an old hand in the world of Revolution and its predecessor tools that are collectively often referred to as "xTalks." He is also the author of the first Revolution book ÂRevolution: Software at the Speed of ThoughtÂ. Dan is the founder and President of Shafer Media (http://www.shafermedia.com), a consulting firm that specializes in helping authors of information products turn their ideas into eBooks, software applications, Web sites, and other electronic formats.
About Jacqueline Landman Gay:
Jacqueline Landman Gay is president of HyperActive Software (http://www.hyperactivesw.com), and has been providing custom programming solutions for clients world-wide since 1987. She is a recognised expert in Revolution and other xtalk programming languages and her work has been published in several disk/book bundles. She also has extensive experience in online conferences having moderated the scripting conferences on AOL for many years.
About Runtime Revolution:
Founded in 1997, Runtime Revolution focuses on bringing user-centric software development to all major platforms: Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and Unix. Products include Revolution Dreamcard, Studio and Enterprise, and Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor. The company is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. For more information on Runtime Revolution, please visit the company on the Internet at http://www.runrev.com/.
For more information, or to arrange a product review please contact:
Dr. Rod McCall
Runtime Revolution Ltd
telephone: +44 (0) 870 747 1165
fax: +44 (0) 845 458 8487