Monday 15th January.
We had three presentations on different types of inter-process communication.
Brian Watson spoke about MailSlots.
Tony Bryer spoke about named pipes, semaphores and mutexes.
John McDonald spoke about sockets.… Continue reading ›
Monday 18th December.
Our December meeting was a Christmas Pi Night.
We had food, Christmas Pies, Raspberry Pi, Ultibo, Christmas Lights, microprocessors playing Christmas music and more.… Continue reading ›
Monday 20th November.
Glen Kleidon presented on encryption. The presentation included:
- Generating Certificates for testing.
- General encryption topics including how RSA public/private keys actually work, using some basic mathematics.
- How to create SSL Clients connecting to a NodeJS backend, using Indy 9 on Delphi 7 and Indy 10 on Berlin.
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Monday 16th October.
Garry Wood from ultibo.org presented on the Ultibo platform. Ultibo allows developers to create software that runs on a Raspberry Pi without the overheads of an operating system.… Continue reading ›
Monday 18th September.
We started with our Annual General Meeting, the meeting which we have to have.
Our President, Scott Hollows, chaired this meeting.
Then Scott gave a presentation on “Displaying and Animating 2D Controls in 3D” using FireMonkey.… Continue reading ›
Monday 21st August.
Jason Tolley from ROK Technology gave two presentations; one on his MetricsLog product, and the other on Delphi frames. MetricsLog is a runtime based metrics and logging product similar to Embarcadero’s AppAnalytics.… Continue reading ›
Monday 17th July.
Graeme Keast gave a presentation on his code to write objects to JSON, and how he uses RTTI to achieve this.
Then John McDonald gave a short presentation on Streams.… Continue reading ›