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Welcome, and thanks for dropping by.

ADUG is an organisation dedicated to providing a forum for activities and information that promote and improve the professional use of Delphi and related products and services in the Australian developer community.

We have local chapters and monthly meetings in most Australian states. If you’re new to Delphi or just visiting, feel free to drop in and say hello.

Please note that our technical blog that was previously at members.adug.org.au (on wordpress.com) has been merged here under the technical category.

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Melbourne Meeting – February 2016

Monday 15th February at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Peter Buncle will tell us about Melbourne Wireless.

 

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Brisbane Meeting – February 2016

Wednesday February 3rd at 5:30pm to 9pm.

Please NOTE – this year all meetings will be on the first Wednesday of the month.

We always need volunteer presenters, if you have some interesting topic you’d like to share, don’t hesitate.

Random topics will be drawn from our discussion grab bag.

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Melbourne Meeting – January 2016

Monday 18th January

John McDonald presented on parsing.

 

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Perth Meeting – January

Perth Meeting – 12th January 2016

Greeting Perth ADUGer’s (and all others), wishing you a Great, Wonderful and Very Merry Christmas and a Fantastic Good and Happy New Year for 2016.

Our January meeting is on Tuesday 12th of January (the normal date is not available), at our usual place – The Artifactory.

 

January’s guest speaker is Steve Corbett.

Stephen is a software developer with many years of experience working with a large range of technologies in a variety of industries.  He has worked on many software projects in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.  For over twenty years Stephen has provided software consulting services to a number of well known corporations including Volvo Truck Australia, Zodiac Group Australia, Yves Saint Laurent and Mobil Chemical (now ExxonMobil) and the Australian Government.

Steve’s presentation is a demonstration of a technique that can be used to create Delphi applications that are able to automatically update themselves to the latest version.  This technique is applicable to VCL and Firemonkey Windows desktop applications without the need for any 3rd party components.

 

Steve will be followed by our own Scott Hollows, showing us how to have fun with images.

And if Scott doesn’t have enough to keep you going, Frank Reynolds has been doing some more ‘Cow Herding’, with a couple of new tools he has written.

 

Where – At The Artifactory, 8/16 Guthrie St.  Osborne Park, WA

6:00 pm – casual catch up
6:15 pm – first presentation
About 8pm – Fabulous Pizza!!!
Ends sometimes Later, After The Pizza Runs Out

 

 

 

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Brisbane Meeting – December 2015

Thursday December 3rd at 5:30pm to 9pm.

Eivind Bakkestuen will give a demonstration of the FixInsight static code analysis tool, which can help find a large variety of possible bugs and issues in source code. There will be a large codebase available for a proper testrun. Tool info here:

http://sourceoddity.com/fixinsight/
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Melbourne Meeting – December 2015

Monday 14th December

Vincent Parrett CEO of VSoft Technologies talked technical on building their icon product FinalBuilder

 

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Sydney Meeting – November 2015

Wednesday 18th November 2015 at 6 for 6:15pm start

Mathias Burbach will show us how to get started with DataSnap. After that we’ll open the floor for anyone to show what they’ve been working on.

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2015 Symposium

Our 2015 Symposium was held in Canberra and Melbourne. The ADUG wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the following companies whose sponsorship helped to make our Symposium possible:

Arena Business Technology TCG-Logo Nexus DB Help and Manual Devart Gnostice Information Technologies

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