Perth Meeting – January 2017

The Perth Delphi user group are meeting this week
Tuesday  17th January 2017 at 6 for 6:15pm start

Artifactory 8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017

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    • Branch Manager – Delphi 3D plus an Architecture for reusable forms, toolbars, grids
    • Peter Thönell Load and save settings (an example of using the “new” RTTI) plus other content to be determined
    • Frank Reynolds Group Project update
    • Proposals for future topics.  We need more presenters.  Would you like to do a presentation ?
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    Peter Thönell Frank Reynolds
  • Branch Manager
    • Converting Delphi controls into 3D
    • Architecture for reusable forms, toolbars, grids

    Scott is an enterprise software developer focused on Delphi and Oracle.
    President of the Australian Delphi User Group

  • Peter Thönell
    • Load and save settings (an example of using the “new” RTTI)
    • Other content to be determined

Peter Thönell has an expert knowledge of Delphi internals down to the byte level.
He is a frequent presenter at the Perth meetings where he covers topics from development theory to complex programming challenges

  • Frank Reynolds
    • Group project update.
      Frank has been working on a template project that can be used
      by the Perth group as a building block for each meeting.

Frank Reynolds, former farmer, photographer and now a self-taught programmer, being expert in Delphi. Frank moved from C-Basic to Turbo Pascal version 1, and has been using Turbo, then Delphi ever since. Frank also started the West Australian Turbo Pascal User Group, which evolved to be the current Perth chapter of ADUG, the oldest still-running Delphi user group in Australia, if not the world. Frank has worked on many Pascal and Delphi projects, and his current ‘flagship’ software is a total farm management system for dairy farmers.

Frank is currently working on setting up a Delphi user group in Vietnam.

  • Proposals for future topics.

We need more presenters.
Would you like to do a presentation ?