Category: Brisbane

Brisbane Meeting – February 2007

Monday 26 February 2007

.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers – Alex Fekken (Fekken IT Services)

This month IT Books Online and their distributer Woodslane have offered the Brisbane chapter of ADUG two copies of the book “.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers” by Jon Shemitz.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – September 2006

Monday 25 September 2006

Highlights from Microsoft Tech Ed for the Delphi Developer – Malcolm Austin (REIQ)

Malcolm will give us the highlights of 3 days and 17 attended sessions. Some of the topics he will cover are: Linq, BLinq, WPF, .NET2.0 and 3.0, SQL Server 2005, Orcas (next version of Visual Studio) and Windows Vista/Longhorn.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – August 2006

Monday 28 August 2006

Application Frameworks: Taking RAD to the Next Level – Martin Kammann (Autag)

Building business database applications is what most of us do with Delphi. We all know that it involves recurring and boring tasks, many of which could be automated.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – July 2006

Monday 24 July 2006

Interfaces without COM – Alex Fekken (Fekken IT Services)

Another back-to-basics presentation. Traditionally, Interfaces have been associated with COM programming, but especially with the introduction of the .NET framework we see interfaces popping up all over the place.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – May 2006

Monday 22 May 2006

Creating Web 2.0 Applications in Delphi6-BDS2006 – Ralf Wenske (SPR&M Ltd)

Buzzwords recently seen frequently in the media are Web 2.0 and Ajax . Ina technical sense these buzzwords relate to the exchange of data packets between a browser document and the server.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – April 2006

Monday 24 April 2006

Recursion and Trees – Alex Fekken (Fekken IT Services)

In this meeting we will have a “back-to-basics” presentation on recursion and its most important application: implementing tree structures.

We will start with a few basic examples for those unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the idea of recursion.… Continue reading ›

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