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Sydney Meeting – July 2013

July 2013

Five Eyed Hand: A trip through the sourcecode of a real Delphi XE4 iOS app – Malcolm Groves

There are lots of samples that ship with Delphi XE4, and they’re great for showing how to do one particular thing.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – June 2013

June 2013

Next Generation Delphi Language Enhancements – Lachlan Gemmell

When it comes to the Object Pascal language Delphi XE4 can be seen as something of a turning point. XE4 introduces a number of new language features some of which are quite significant additions.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – May 2013

May 2013

Mobile in RAD Studio XE4 – Glenn Stephens

Glenn Stephens will be going through the mobile aspects of RAD Studio XE4 demonstrating how to work to build mobile applications in the platform, looking at some of the common patterns for mobile development and how they can be applied in the mobile space.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – April 2013

April 2013

First look at FireDAC – Mathias Burbach

Recently Embarcadero released the component-suite FireDAC, which allows the developer to talk to different databases via the same components& methods. Pretty much like dbExpress. The presentation will explain the basic usage of FireDAC.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – February 2013

February 2013

Writing your own enumerators for the “for … in” loop – Sean Durkin

This presentation will cover the for-in style of enumeration in Delphi, including:

the range of out-of-the-box enumerators;
a detailed examination of how to create custom enumerators;
practical issues and limitations to be aware of.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – November 2012

November 2012

Error Handling in Multi-Tier Applications – Christian Rehn

How do you structure software properly? Why should we think about the structure of a software? And how? How to handle exceptional cases? Is the exception language feature always the best way?… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – October 2012

October 2012

Delphi by Design: A look at the Open-Close Principle – Colin Johnsun

“Software entities (classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be open for extension, but closed for modification”. What does this mean? In this talk we’ll look at a simple application to illustrate this design principle.… Continue reading ›

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