Melbourne

When

Third Monday of each Month, 6pm for a 6:15pm start. We usually finish around 8:30pm.

Where

Car Park
Russell St Extension
Melbourne
 
Take the Car Park Lift to the Lowest Level. The Men’s Shed is opposite the Lift on that level
 
Registration is required to assist catering.
Members please log on and register via Member Services.
Non Members can register here.
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Melbourne ADUG September Meeting 20/9/21

Functional Programming / Category Theory Melbourne ADUG September meeting will be via an online Zoom session only due to the ongoing restrictions. Paul McGee has kindly consented (at short notice) to present on Functional Programming / Category Theory.Thank you Paul

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Melbourne Meeting – August 2021

Melbourne ADUG August meeting will be via an online Zoom session only due to the ongoing restrictions. Roger Connell will touch on Android Sensors, Navigation, Delphi Records, Mobile App limitations and even  Help and Manual Web Pages. The Zoom connection 

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Melbourne Meeting – June 2021

Monday 21 June. This meeting was (surprisingly given recent lockdown) at Melbourne Men’s Shed, Also on Zoom. We tried our “New” planning meeting concept. Where our Delves put forward things they would like to present on. There were some volunteers,

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Melbourne Meeting – May 2021

We met at the Shed (for the second time since…) with an online Zoom Session. At this meeting Graeme Keast gave a short remote presentation  on the utility he has written to manage database metadata. Seems quite useful, Contact Graeme

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Melbourne Meeting – April 2021

Melbourne ADUG are able to return to a limited physical meeting at the Melbourne Men’s Shed location. An online Zoom session will also be supported. Sue King will discuss DUnitX and TestInsight. We will open the Shed and the connection

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Melbourne Meeting – March 2021

Monday 15 March. We met online, instead of meeting at the Shed. At this meeting, Grahame Grieve from Health Intersections shared his experiences converting from a FMX application to an LCL application that runs on Windows, Linux and OSX using

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