Saturday, 16 March 2013

Learn Cross-Platform Programming with Pascal (and save $60!)

If you want to create great CROSS-PLATFORM applications that run on Windows, OS X and Linux, I strongly recommend that you try out Free Pascal and Lazarus. This is an amazing combination of a fast, powerful compiler and a slick visual programming system – you just drag, drop, click and code.

I was the Object Pascal (and Delphi) columnist for PC Plus magazine in the UK for over ten years and I am passionately keen on this wonderful language. My latest programming course explains everything to need to know to program in Lazarus/Free Pascal or in the commercial Delphi system, to give you a way into creating fast, compiled cross-platform programs.

In over 5 hours of video lessons, you will learn how to design, code and debug cross-platform applications using the powerful Object Pascal language. The course comes with a code archive of ready-to-run programs for OS X and Windows. Plus, there is a 124-page course eBook.

“Learn To Program With Pascal” contains over 40 lectures in ten chapters. It starts with the very basics of Pascal syntax and goes right up to quite advanced topics such as Pascal Object Orientation, class hierarchies, user-defined types, File IO, how to save objects to disk, exception-handling and serialization.

All the software you need to follow this course is available for free. Alternatively, you can use the commercial Delphi development suite. The code archive is available for Delphi too. If you want to break into the world of professional Delphi programming, this course will get you up to speed in record time.

To take advantage of this limited-time offer on my Pascal programming subscribe today and save $60. Use this link to buy this $99 course for just $39:

Offer ends 31st March, 2013.