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Sponsors

The Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG) would like to thank the following companies whose sponsorship makes our annual Symposium possible:

2017 Principal Sponsor

2017 Co-Sponsors

 Raize Software The Continuity Group Parnassus
  Atozed Software

 

ADUG is a non for profit organisation that provides a forum for activities and information to promote and improve the use of Delphi and related products and services in the Australian software development community.

We have local chapters and monthly meetings in most Australian states. Visitors are welcome at all meetings so drop in and say hello.

Our technical blog that was previously at members.adug.org.au has been merged here under the technical category

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Perth Meeting – July 2017

Tuesday 18th July 2017 at 6pm, first presentation 6:15pm

WHERE Artifactory  8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017

Justin Dressler and Alister Christie from Learn Delphi TV presenting

  

  • Justin Dressler – The Beast PC
    Justin will show us his insanely powerful PC.
    The Beast caused lights to dim in his street when he boots it up.
    It has some serious horsepower
  • Justin Dressler
    Rapid Application Development with Delphi and other tools
  • Alister Christie from Learn Delphi TV
    Meta-Programming: A BDE to FireDAC Migration Case Study.

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Melbourne Meeting – July 2017

Monday 17th July at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Graeme Keast will give a short presentation on his code to write objects to JSON, and how he uses RTTI to achieve this.
Then John McDonald will give a short presentation on Streams.
If we finish these early, there may be a third short presentation.

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Brisbane Meeting – July 2017

Wednesday July 5th at 5:30pm to 9pm.

Eivind will present on how to use the Google APIs to do Push Notifications with Delphi and Android.

The material will form the basis for an app that will be useful for ADUGers, and attendees will have the opportunity to influence the features of the planned app.

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Melbourne Meeting – June 2017

Monday 19th June.

Glen Kleidon gave a presentation on Delphi Project Bundling – creating a repository of all source and unit files and any dependent components for a project, which is then easily installed to another workstation.

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Brisbane Meeting – May 2017

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

Tomorrow’s Brisbane ADUG meeting doesn’t have a formal presenter, instead it’s
going to be something of an open mic night.

It would be great (but not mandatory) if those who attend would be willing
to talk for 5-10 minutes to walk us through a “useful unit” they’ve written.

* Your unit/class doesn’t have to be rocket science, just useful.
* It actually can’t be too complicated as you’ll get a maximum of 10
minutes to explain it.
* Polished presentation is not required, just give us the gist of how it
works.
* There’s no obligation to give your code away to other attendees.
* If you don’t have a laptop to present with you can borrow mine,
bring your code on a USB stick if you want to show it
* You could just talk about your class/unit if you don’t want to show any
code.

I’ll find something among my own units to start it off.

So bring along your code and applications and get some great ideas for
useful units from other people.

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Melbourne Meeting – May 2017

Monday 15th May.

Brian Watson from desktop EDA, Tony Bryer from Greentram Software and Ian Krigsman from Discovery Systems spoke about different aspects of XML in Delphi.

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Sydney Meeting – April 2017

As the early April meeting didn’t happen the next Sydney ADUG meeting will be on

Wednesday 26th April 2017 at 6 for 6:15pm start

We are meeting at the offices of The Continuity Group in Chippendale (not Ultimo).

This month we’re opening the floor to anyone to present either:

  • their entry in the ADUG Software of the Year Award or
  • a useful unit or class they’ve written, downloaded or purchased.

You don’t need to go into great detail, even just 5 minutes on one of the above is sufficient.

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