Embarcardero are slowly honing in on the world’s best Delphi developers.
In past releases, they focused on cities. Having now settled on the right city, they are now honing in on the right suburb.
Over the next couple of releases they will bounce around suburbs of Sydney until they settle on the right one.
10th of September
Marco Cantu – Developing Delphi applications for Windows 11
Dave Nottage – Kastri: Building upon the cross-platform foundations of Delphi
Dr Holger Flick – Web Development with Delphi and TMS WEB Core
Peter Thönell – Design Patterns in Delphi
Wednesday June 6th at 6pm to Late.
Note! There will be an ADUG Brisbane meeting Wednesday June 6th as
scheduled. However, it will *not* take place at the usual venue.
Because it coincides with the first State of Origin game, the meeting will
be held at my place (southside, Forest Lake area).… Continue reading ›
There’s less than 2 days left to register for the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2015.
It’s exactly two weeks until the ADUG Autumn Symposium, first in Melbourne and then Brisbane. This year our international guest is Nick Hodges. Nick will be presenting two sessions… Continue reading ›
According to Wikipedia there are 11868 different types of Android device in use today. Embarcadero is never going to have the resources to test against more than a tiny fraction. The only practical way of approaching the problem is to crowd source it.… Continue reading ›
Wearing my TIndex hat I’m reporting live from the Sydney preview event for RAD Studio. Expecting to see some Android demos soon 🙂