Australian Delphi User Group 2023 Symposium – JavaScript the Delphi Way

Jon Aasenden – JavaScript the Delphi Way

There are a number of products to simplify writing JavaScript using pascal-based code.
They provide a fast track for Delphi and pascal programmers to create applications for a wider range of platforms.

At our 2023 Symposium, Jon Aasenden, known to many for his involvement in Smart Mobile Studio, will be presenting “JavaScript the Delphi Way”.… Continue reading ›

2023 Symposium – Melbourne and Online

ADUG Symposium 2023 was a great success. Keep visiting for details of the 2024 event.

Geoffrey Smith
Geoffrey Smith
Jason Tolley
Jason Tolley
Jon Aasenden
Jon Aasenden
David Millington
David Millington

It’s on again in person – the annual ADUG symposium.

Join us on April 28th to hone those skills, catch up with old friends, make some new friends, and continue working on your Zoom tan.

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2019 ADUG Symposium

2019 Symposium Event Update

The Australian Delphi Users Group are hosting the 2019 ADUG Symposium in March this year.

  • Canberra – Thursday 21st March 2019
  • Melbourne – Friday 22nd March 2019

Click here for Full Details and Registration

Presentations

  • Jim McKeeth – Embarcadero – Android and Enterprise Connectors
  • Malcolm Groves Code Partners – A Practical Introduction to Docker
  • Alister Christie – Learn Delphi TV – A Better Way to Code in Delphi
  • Glen Kleidon – Modernising Your Delphi Web Server Philosophy: Why doesn’t it all just work out of the box?
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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

IN PERSON OR VIRTUAL
* 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.… Continue reading ›