After years of building our community using a mailing list, ADUG launched a forum in July for the conversations to continue and grow.
The response has been fantastic. Previous list users are finding this an easier and more rewarding experience than the mailing list.… Continue reading ›
ADUG member and presumed chronic procrastinator Shane van de Vorstenbosch has taken his role as ADUG list comedian to a whole new level.
Two of ADUG’s own, Mathias Burbach and Colin Johnsun, will be speaking at the Australian Developer Day to be held in Sydney on October 22nd. Alongside Mathias’s talk on unit testing and Colin’s talk on distributed version control there will be talks from local Embarcadero heavyweights Malcolm Groves and Damien Bootsma as well as international Embarcadero speaker David Intersimone.… Continue reading ›
The Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG) would like to thank the following companies whose sponsorship makes our annual Symposium possible:
2017 Principal Sponsor
ADUG is a non for profit organisation that provides a forum for activities and information to promote and improve the use of Delphi and related products and services in the Australian software development community.… Continue reading ›
Anyone familiar with ADUG will immediately notice that we now have a brand new web site!
A bold attempt has been made to migrate as much of the existing content across, particularly in regard to past meetings. Key things to note:
- Categories on the right can be used to access past meetings by state
- The Tag cloud can help access past meetings by presentation topic
- The Archive lists meetings by month, with early archives grouped by year (eg.