Shane van de Vorstenbosch from OnSolution is presenting at the 2016 Australian Symposium
Find out more about him in this speaker spotlight.
Last day to register !
Registrations for Sydney have already closed.
Registrations for Melbourne closes this Tuesday, 2nd August at midnight
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This spotlight post focuses on 2016 Australian Symposium speaker Garry Wood
Registrations for the Symposium will be closing soon
The last date to register for Sydney is Monday 1st August, last date for Melbourne is Tuesday 2nd August.
Garry Wood is an experienced Delphi/Pascal programmer who has used Delphi/Pascal for many large scale projects from high volume mail servers, to an NTFS driver and a full TCP/IP stack.… Continue reading ›
In this spotlight interview we dig into the background of 2016 ADUG Symposium keynote speaker Malcolm Groves.
Malcolm Groves is a hard core programmer and technology enthusiast with a passion for development and architectural improvements. He is is well known in the Australian Delphi community for his years representing Delphi and other products as Senior Director of Technologies and Senior Director of Sales and Marketing for Asia Pacific and North Asia regions.… Continue reading ›
The ADUG Winter Symposium is an all day Delphi event packed with technical content. It will be held on 4th August in Sydney and 5th August in Melbourne.
I’m really excited about the line up for this year, it’s one of the most diverse and interesting programmes we’ve put together.… Continue reading ›
The Australian Delphi User Group is proud to announce that world renowned Delphi expert Brian Long (UK) will be appearing at 18th annual ADUG Autumn Symposium this coming March.
Brian will be presenting on two topics: “Employing and enjoying Android OS capabilities” and “Creative Debugging Techniques”.… Continue reading ›
This year the ADUG Symposium is on in Melbourne and Brisbane on 20th and 21st of March.
We are pleased to announce that our special presenter is Nick Hodges, along with Damien Bootsma from Embarcadero and Geoff Harris from NexusDB.… Continue reading ›