The session list is online with the first 26 sessions.
A few more will follow once they are ready:
This includes sessions about what is new Xojo in April including Android, Web Framework 2.0, Compiler changes and not yet released features. A few sessions talk about best practice like SQLite, project management, HTML5, REST APIs and object orientated programming. Interesting is always to learn from experience of other developers with their projects like the Baseball Team Stats application from Paul Lefebvre. As Xojo targets a lot of platforms, the sessions include all platforms from iOS and Android, Web and Desktop with Linux, macOS and Windows.
Just three weeks to register and get the early bird rate: Save $200 when you register by October 1st.