Melbourne Meeting – March 2019

Monday 18th March.

At this meeting, we started with a “Public Soap Box” where topics discussed included hosting issues on Amazon servers and the problems caused by Windows 10 upgrades..

Then John McDonald showed how easy it is to set up classes to work with the
  for element in expression syntax.

We watched two short videos from Alister Christie’s web site.

And Tony Bryer presented on SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics, an open XML based standard developed by W3C.

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Brisbane Meeting – February 2019

Wednesday February 13th at 5:30pm to 9pm.

The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual* time and place. See you there πŸ™‚

Eivind Bakkestuen will hold a presentation on:

War stories from the dungeon – How to develop a custom FireDAC driver.

Pizza and drinks will be available at cost; keep change handy ($2/piece, $0.50/glass).

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Melbourne Meeting – February 2019

Monday 18th February.

At this meeting, we had several short presentations.

Andrea Coffey showed her code for sorting names into telephone book order.

Tony Bryer showed the TMS Flexcel component suite, which can create Excel spreadsheets from Delphi code.

And Lance Collins showed his share trading software.
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Melbourne Meeting – January 2019

Monday 21st January.

Geoffrey Smith, Tony Bryer and John McDonald spoke on Debugging and Improving Code Quality.
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Perth Meeting – January 2018

Tuesday 15th January.Β  6pm for 6:15pm start

  • Introduction to SQL for Delphi developers – Branch Manager
  • GPS – Frank Reynolds
  • Business object changes – Peter ThΓΆnell

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Call for Papers

The Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG) is looking for presenters for the annual Symposium (March 2019 and future years) and also our monthly meetings in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney

* Presentations at the monthly meetings can be in person or remote via Skype / GoTo Meeting etc
* For the 2019 Symposium, we have already have an international presenter in mind and are looking for additional presenters who are based in Australia or are prepared to travel to Australia at their own expense.
We will also consider remote presentations from outside of Australia.

* Canberra Symposium Thursday 21st March 2019
* Melbourne Symposium Friday 22nd March 2019

Presentations range from 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on the meeting and other items on the agenda.

Presentations from software vendors are ok for most branch meetings, at the discretion of the meeting organizers.
In addition to displaying what your software can do, we also ask that you discuss some interesting behind the scenes technical aspects such as technical challenges that you had to deal with and design decisions.

If you are filling in this form again for additional presentations, you can skip the repeat details such as your experience as we can get them from the prior submission

Submit your Presentation Idea(s)

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Melbourne Meeting – December 2018

Monday 17th December.

Roger Plant gave an overview of Git, Git workflows and tools that work with Git.
Then Brian Watson gave a presentation on GitKraken, a graphical interface to Git.

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