Edinburgh, Scotland, 26th April 2005
Runtime Revolution (www.runrev.com) announces the launch of fifteen free online conferences for Revolution Dreamcard, Studio and Enterprise starting on Saturday 30th April 2005. The conferences are free and open to all users of Runtime Revolution, even if they have yet to purchase a licence. These exciting conferences are perfect for new users and those seeking to learn new skills or refresh their knowledge. They are also an ideal way for those exploring Revolution for the first time to find out more prior to purchasing.
The conferences will be hosted by leading Revolution scripters including industry guru Dan Shafer, Klaus Major, Richard Gaskin, Ro Nagey, Jeanne De Voto and many others. Learners will be joined by other users and staff from Runtime Revolution, with guest appearances from company CEO Kevin Miller. Conferences cover a range of topics from stack structure through to multimedia and debugging.
The conferences are held fortnightly on Saturday (16:30 BST, 17:30 CET, 11:30 EST). A sample stack accompanies each conference and contains documentation, code samples and relevant information. The stacks will be available for download one week before each conference and learners are encouraged to download them prior to attending. Each conference will consist of a moderated session to guide people through the key learning objectives followed by an open session, during which all learners are encouraged to contribute or ask questions.
The first conference will take place on Saturday 30th April and will be hosted by Runtime Revolutionâs CEO Kevin Miller. Focussing on stack structure this tutorial is ideal for those seeking to harness the power of Revolutionâs programming metaphor. The free sample stack accompanying the tutorial is available for download.
Information about the conferences including content, local times, supporting stacks and how to take part is available from: http://support.runrev.com/scriptingconferences/
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 web at http://www.runrev.com/.
For more information, or to arrange a product review please contact:
Dr Rod McCall
Runtime Revolution Ltd
15-19 York Place
telephone: +44 (0) 870 747 1165
fax: +44 (0) 845 458 8487"