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Adelaide Meeting – June 2005

Monday 27 June 2005

Inside the C-Bus Toolkit – Duncan Margetts

Duncan Margetts will demonstrate and discuss the software product ‘C-Bus Toolkit’ created by Clipsal Integrated Systems.

Toolkit was written using Delphi. The application is used to configure the C-Bus intelligent home and building range of automation products such as Dimmers, Relays, Light Level Sensors, Key Input Units, Temperature Sensors, Movement Sensors, Bus Couplers, and many other C-Bus Units (totalling 220 different products).… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – February 2005

Monday 28 February 2005

Compiler Writing for Dummies – Darren Snodgrass

An introduction to the concepts involved in writing a compiler. The presentation will demonstrate how to write a Pascal compiler in Pascal (no, it isn’t as stupid as it sounds).… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – November 2004

Monday 29 November 2004

Compiler Writing for Dummies – Darren Snodgrass

An introduction to the concepts involved in writing a compiler. The presentation will demonstrate how to write a Pascal compiler in Pascal (no, it isn’t as stupid as it sounds).… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – October 2004

Tuesday 26 October 2004

Introducing Borland ECO II (in Delphi 2005) – Anthony Richardson

This presentation will be a first look at the updated Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) framework first introduced in Borland C#Builder 1. ECO has undergone extensive changes for Delphi 2005 and now provides a robust, scaleable rapid model driven development tool.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – August 2004

Tuesday 17 August 2004

Untangling Threads – Jon Roder

Working with multi-threaded applications can be difficult even for a seasoned campaigner. This month we will look at using threads in delphi, from abstract concepts of threads and processes, to the Delphi TThread class and the underlying win32 implementation it is built on.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – July 2004

Monday 12 July 2004

Relational Databases – Emlyn O’regan

In the IT world of the year 2004, relational databases are a fairly uncontroversial technology. Yet using these databases is still seen by many, especially small systems developers, to be overkill, wasteful of resources, or just plain inefficient in terms of performance.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meeting – June 2004

Tuesday 08 June 2004

Understanding OO Development – Anthony Richardson

One of the common problems with getting started using Object Orientated development is that few books truly teach you how to develop OO applications. Although many books teach you the semantics of OO languages (inheritance, polymorphism, etc..) they fail to teach you how to use the OO language effectively as part of the complete development process.… Continue reading ›

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