Brisbane Meeting – November 2016

Wednesday November 2nd at 5:30pm to 9pm.

Jim Gilmour will present on
“Raspberry Pi – The Future of Data Collection ?”
Jim will show us the Raspberry Pi with the Ultibo Pascal environment.

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Sydney Meeting – Early November 2016

The October Sydney meeting was postponed and will now be on

Wednesday 2nd November 2016 at 6 for 6:15pm start

New New Venue – We are meeting at the offices of The Continuity Group which have just moved to Chippendale.

This month Lachlan Gemmell will build upon the techniques shown by Malcolm Groves at the recent ADUG Winter Symposium to use the Aurelius Object Relational Mapping library in multi-tier scenarios. Shane van de Vorstenbosch will build on his talk from the Symposium and tell us how he uses LinkedIn to promote his software.

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Perth Meeting – October 2016

Tuesday  18th October at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Scott van der Linden – Mind Your Language by Pawel Glowacki
A fast paced review of many different Delphi language features that even experienced developed might not be aware of.
Video by Pawel Glowacki, extras by Scott van der Linden

Lex Edmonds – Web Page Scraping
Lex will show three different utilities for scraping specific types of data from web pages

Scott Hollows – Application Life Cycle
A mixture of topics focused on the runtime life cycle from birth to death.
Bonus – More Windows Magic

Frank Reynolds proposal For A Group Project
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Melbourne Meeting – October 2016

Peter Postmus gave a presentation on his experiences with the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 and he demonstrated how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a Network Attached Storage (NAS).

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Sydney Meeting – September 2016

The next Sydney ADUG meeting will be on

Wednesday 28th September 2016 at 6 for 6:15pm start

New Venue – Remember as the Sydney Embarcadero office is now closed we have a new venue for our meetings. Read further for the details.

This month Mathias Burbach will show you how to integrate Google Calendar into your application. Fergus Dixon will discuss how he produces and sells commercial software products discussing topics such as copy protection, Arduinos, and software marketing. Lastly Lachlan Gemmell will build upon the techniques shown by Malcolm Groves at the recent ADUG Winter Symposium to use the Aurelius Object Relational Mapping library in multi-tier scenarios.

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Brisbane Meeting – September 2016

Wednesday September 7th at 5:30pm to 9pm.

We have 2 presentations on the night:

Mathias Burbach (ADUG Committee member) will give a remote presentation on DUnit & DUnitX

Implementing unit tests & integration tests with DUnit & DUnitX. We will compare the two testing frameworks that ship with Delphi. First by creating a sample unit test project for a bank account class. Then we will look at unit DUnit & DUnitX for testing a database application. Tests for a traditional client/server application will be shown using FireDAC and a SQL script to generate the fixture in the database. We will also look at a multi-tier application, testing all layers of the application (app server, client-side data modules & UI).

Bring your laptop/notebook/luggable and there is a real chance that we can talk about the first few steps to apply unit testing to your projects!

Eivind Bakkestuen will give a demonstration on how to connect to a NexusDB Database Server and load data from an Android app. Look ma, no REST API, no Delphi, no DataSnap!

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Melbourne Meeting – September 2016

Monday 19th September.

Australian Delphi User Group Annual General Meeting – The meeting we have to have

Followed by Building on the Symposium and Objects Everywhere – Lachlan Gemmell

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