Do you remember Bold for Delphi, the model driven architecture and object persistence framework that was first developed by Boldsoft, then purchased by Borland and included in Delphi 7 Architect?
Today is the last chance for registering for the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2012. The event will be held this Thursday in Melbourne and Friday in Canberra.
Don’t miss your chance to see Bruno Fierens on FireMonkey component development and mobile Intraweb applications, Malcolm Groves on distributed applications and Glenn Stephens on REST clients and servers.… Continue reading ›
The highlight of the Australian Delphi calendar, the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2012 will be held on March 22nd in Melbourne and March 23rd in Canberra. That’s southern hemisphere Autumn in case you were puzzled by those dates 😉
Every year since 1999 the Australian Delphi User Group has held it’s Autumn Symposium in two Australian cities. Presenters for the all day event are drawn from the Australian and international Delphi communities to speak on a wide selection of topics of interest to Delphi programmers.… Continue reading ›
A good news story that I think deserves a wider audience.
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Hate to break it to you, but Delphi (RAD Studio) just closed out 2011 with sales levels that surprised (in a good way) even our staunchest internal supporters. IOW, we’ve been seeing a upward trend for the last several years.
There are 10 types of programmers; those that understand binary and those that don’t.… Continue reading ›
G’day Delphi world,
We’re Australia or “down under” as you like to call us sometimes. We’ve been a bit quiet over the years when it comes to blogging about Delphi but that’s about to change.… Continue reading ›