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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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Perth Meeting Tue 23rd August 2016

The next Perth ADUG meeting is TODAY

Tuesday 23rd August 2016 at 6pm.  First presentation 6:15pm

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Peter Thönell – Firemonkey controls for disabled users
Peter Wright – Delphi bug reports discussion
Scott Hollows – Document life cycle, Application runtime controls, magic rename, resize and drag anything

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Sydney Meeting – August 2016

The next Sydney ADUG meeting will be on

Wednesday 24th August 2016 at 6 for 6:15pm start

New Venue – Remember as the Sydney Embarcadero office is now closed we have a new venue for our meetings. Read further for the details.

This month Paul Jervois will help you get you load Ultibo onto your laptop and Raspberry PI and get you started writing Pascal programs for this exciting new platform.

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Australian Symposium speaker Shane van de Vorstenbosch

Shane van de Vorstenbosch from OnSolution is presenting at the 2016 Australian Symposium

Find out more about him in this speaker spotlight.

Last day to register !
Registrations for Sydney have already closed.
Registrations for Melbourne closes this Tuesday, 2nd August at midnight

shane vandeVorstenbosch

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Australian 2016 Symposium – Spotlight on speaker Garry Wood

This spotlight post focuses on 2016 Australian Symposium speaker Garry Wood

Registrations for the Symposium will be closing soon
The last date to register for Sydney is Monday 1st August, last date for Melbourne is Tuesday 2nd August.

Garry Wood
Garry Wood is an experienced Delphi/Pascal programmer who has used Delphi/Pascal for many large scale projects from high volume mail servers, to an NTFS driver and a full TCP/IP stack. Besides programming he has been a musician, a truck driver and a restorer of old trams.
Ultibo.org
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Melbourne Meeting – August 2016

Monday 15th August

Helper Classes – John McDonald

VMs – Andrea Coffey from Miss Programs

A Compact XML Reader – Andrew Tweddle
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Australian 2016 Symposium – Spotlight on speaker Alister Christie

Alister Christie from LearnDelphi.tv is presenting at the Australian 2016 Symposium
Find out more about Alister in this video interview.

Alister Christie

Alister’s presentation will give an overview of the current state of computational power including Parallel / Threaded programming and Distributed Computation for Mandelbrot set and fractal calculation.  He will demonstrate this with a cross-platform solution and a live deployment to the Android app store

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Australian Symposium Update – Spotlight on keynote speaker Malcolm Groves (Code Partners)

In this spotlight interview we dig into the background of 2016 ADUG Symposium keynote speaker Malcolm Groves.

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Malcolm Groves is a hard core programmer and technology enthusiast with a passion for development and architectural improvements.  He is is well known in the Australian Delphi community for his years representing Delphi and other products as Senior Director of Technologies and Senior Director of Sales and Marketing  for Asia Pacific and North Asia regions.

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2016 Symposium

Our 2016 Symposium will be held in Sydney on 4th August and Melbourne on 5th August. Appearing will be Malcolm Groves of CodePartners (formerly Embarcadero), Garry Wood of the Ultibo open source project, Alistair Christie of LearnDelphi.tv and Shane van de Vorstenbosch of OnSolution.

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