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.

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New Website

Anyone familiar with ADUG will immediately notice that we now have a brand new web site!

A bold attempt has been made to migrate as much of the existing content across, particularly in regard to past meetings. Key things to note:

  • Categories on the right can be used to access past meetings by state
  • The Tag cloud can help access past meetings by presentation topic
  • The Archive lists meetings by month, with early archives grouped by year (eg. December 2003)
  • Much of the download material for past presentations has not been added, so references like “Joe’s PPT slides can be found here” will leave you wondering where to click. More recent material may be added over time, but for older resources, your best option is to post a message to the ADUG Members list as others may be able to offer a more up-to-date solution. You can also see if it is still available via the old site (see below).
  • Symposium information has been added for 2014 and 2013. Prior years will be added in due course.
  • The Member Services area, used for registration renewals and event paymemts, is via a new “ADUGWPServices” portal. This will open in a new window/tab to allow navigation independent from the main site.

For the time being, the old site will be accessible from oldsite.adug.org.au so you can obtain past meeting downloads and other information if it’s not otherwise available.

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Brisbane Meeting – October 2014

Thursday October 2nd at 5:30pm to 9pm.

There will be two presentations on the day:

Jim Gilmour will do a Demo of Querying FireDac in Memory & Client Data Set Tables

Geoff Harris will present on Sharing the experience and knowledge gained when applying for
the R&D Tax Concession from AusIndustry and completing the ATO R&D Tax Schedule for your 2014 company return.
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Canberra Meeting – October 2014

Wednesday 29th October from 5:45pm

Malcolm Groves will be showing us all the new goodies in XE7.

For more details, see the Embarcadero site.
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Canberra Meeting – September 2014

Wednesday 24th September from 5:45pm

As Malcolm was unable to make September for our XE7 presentation, we are going to link in to the Sydney presentation this month.  Paul Jervois will be demonstrating using Delphi as a development tool for Arduino, so we can get our geek fix !  After that, we’ll hear Confessions of a developer tool junkie from Lachlan Gemmell.

Note we are planning October 29th for the XE7 preview.
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Melbourne Meeting – October 2014

Monday 20th October at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Using Amazon DynamoDB  with Delphi From Adam Johnston from Novuslogic
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Sydney Meeting – September 2014

Wednesday 24th September 2014 at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Paul Jervois will present on An Introduction to Arduino.

Lachlan Gemmell will present on Confessions of a developer tool junkie.
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Melbourne Meeting and AGM – September 2014

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

This month we had our Annual General Meeting, followed by a presentation by our President – Lachlan Gemmell: What’s in my tool chest.
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Brisbane Meeting – September 2014

Thursday September 4th at 5:30pm to 8pm.

Topic of the day: We’ll have a look at ways to store and load data on an android device.

Attendees, feel free to give an impromptu presentation if you have something interesting to share.
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2014 Symposium Sponsors

The ADUG wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the following companies whose sponsorship helps to make our Symposium possible:

Elevate Software Arena Business Technology Help and Manua Nexus DB Raize Software TCG-Logo