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Sydney Meeting – July 2015

Wednesday 22nd July 2015 at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Lachlan Gemmell will present on the Nexus Quality Suite toolset.… Continue reading ›

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Setting a trap for your customers

XE8 Update 1 has just been released in two flavours Subscription Update 1 and General Update 1. Subscription Update 1 is only for those on Update Subscription (formerly known as Software Maintenance and prior to that Software Assurance).

The change logs for the two updates are listed here.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – April 2015

Meeting Cancelled

Due to the wild weather Embarcadero have requested that we cancel tonight’s meeting. Our apologies and see you next month.

Wednesday 22nd April 2015 at 6 for 6:15pm start.

This month’s Sydney meeting will be an informal “show and tell” style meeting.… Continue reading ›

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Preview of Brian Long’s Android topic at the ADUG Autumn Symposium

There’s less than 2 days left to register for the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2015.

As a special teaser before the event here’s a quick demo of some of speaker Brian Long’s demos that extend FireMonkey on Android beyond its out of the box capabilities.… Continue reading ›

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Brian Long to appear at the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2015

The Australian Delphi User Group is proud to announce that world renowned Delphi expert Brian Long (UK) will be appearing at 18th annual ADUG Autumn Symposium this coming March.

Brian will be presenting on two topics: “Employing and enjoying Android OS capabilities” and “Creative Debugging Techniques”.… Continue reading ›

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A day of Delphi in Melbourne and Brisbane

It’s exactly two weeks until the ADUG Autumn Symposium, first in Melbourne and then Brisbane. This year our international guest is Nick Hodges. Nick will be presenting two sessions… Continue reading ›

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The XE5 Android device compatibility survey

According to Wikipedia there are 11868 different types of Android device in use today. Embarcadero is never going to have the resources to test against more than a tiny fraction. The only practical way of approaching the problem is to crowd source it.… Continue reading ›

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