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Adelaide Meeting – August 2007

Wednesday 15 August 2007

Virtualisation using Virtual PC

Virtual PC is a free product from Microsoft that lets you create separate virtual machines on your Windows desktop, each of which virtualizes the hardware of a complete physical computer. Virtual machines are very useful for developers as they can provide: eg, – multiple environments for testing; – a standard development environment; – a simple demo deployment.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – July 2007

Wednesday 18 July 2007

Exploring Delphi 2006

We explored some of the new(ish) features available in Delphi 2006, including templates, sync-edit, code-completion and code insight.

The door prizes, courtesy of Arena Business Technology, were drawn. Peter Herriman won the Pretec 512Mb ‘I-Disk Tiny’ USB drive, and James Afford the Belkin ‘USB 4-Port Micro Hub’ USB hub.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – June 2007

Wednesday 20 June 2007

Personal Delphi Background

Due to the strength of the group discussion, we only managed two more ‘episodes’ of ‘personal Delphi background’ stories.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – May 2007

Wednesday 23 May 2007

Inaugural ‘new’ Adelaide meeting

A group discussion on Delphi was held, and we commenced ‘personal Delphi background’ stories.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – October 2005

Monday 24 October 2005

ECO III and Compact Framework – Tim Jarvis

Tim Jarvis from Borland Australia will give a practical demonstration on using Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) III and .Net Compact Framework support in Delphi 2006. Tim may also have the time to show the new C++ features that will be part of Delphi 2006.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – August 2005

Monday 29 August 2005

Darren’s box’o’bits – Darren Snodgrass

Darren will open his box of bits to demonstrate and discuss the following 3rd party components and tools he uses regularly.

– KWizard
– Toolbar 2000
– Dream Memo
– XDOM (XML)
– CPort (serial port)
– Castalia

Presentation 2: Using Developer Expresses Flowchart Component – George Kozaderov

George will demonstrate using the Developer Express Flowchart components.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – July 2005

Tuesday 26 July 2005

Review Time

The ADUG Adelaide chapter has been going now for nearly 2 years with steady attendance at all our meetings and functions. Recently meetings have been a bit sporadic due to commitments of the local chapter organisers.… Continue reading ›

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