Category: Coding Techniques

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 ๐Ÿ™‚

Eivind Bakkestuen will hold a presentation on:

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

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Brisbane Meeting – March 2018

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

The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual time and place. See you there ๐Ÿ™‚

There will be an informal presentation of how to combine REST interfaces with Inno Setup in order to do online license verification during an installation.… Continue reading ›

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Brisbane Meeting – May 2017

Wednesday May 3rd at 5:30pm to 9pm.

Tomorrow’s Brisbane ADUG meeting doesn’t have a formal presenter, instead it’s
going to be something of an open mic night.

It would be great (but not mandatory) if those who attend would be willing
to talk for 5-10 minutes to walk us through a “useful unit” they’ve written.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting โ€“ June 2016

Monday 20th June

Subject Anonymous Methods and Generics – Colin Johnsun

Colinย  explained what they can do and how they do itContinue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting โ€“ September 2015

Monday 21st September at 6 for 6:15pm start.

ADUG AGM followed by a presentation from current President Lachlan Gemmell

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For-in Enumeration

The โ€œFor inโ€ style of enumeration in Delphi was introduced in Delphi 2005. The idea is to make enumeration over a collection of things easier and cleaner by removing the need for the iterator variable, removing the code for indexing and removing the code for boundary checking.… Continue reading ›

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Nested Type Enumerations

Over the last couple of years, I have been making more use of nested types to organise how my code (behaviour) is organised in an application.ย  If some application behaviour (encapsulated in class A) is part of a broader behaviour (encapsulated in class B), then I will at least consider nesting class A within class B.… Continue reading ›

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