Melbourne Meeting – September 2012

September 2012

AGM + Mercurial version control – Lachlan Gemmell

After the AGM Lachlan introduced us to Mercurial , a free distributed (i.e. no server required) version control system. Mercurial itself is a command line application but TortoiseHg, a shell extension, provides a user-friendly interface.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2011

September 2011

Cycling Metrics Software – Phil Sheppard

sors and a computer on his bike, and uploading from the bike computer to his desktop for analysis. Phil demonstrated software he’s created to help him with the task of recording and assessing progress and performance.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2010

September 2010

The Use of Delphi by a German Bank – Mathias Burbach

Mathias commenced working for this bank as a student, and continued to work full time subsequently. After moving to Australia the Mathias continued to travel to Germany regularly to undertake further work.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2009

September 2009

Basic Database Architecture – John McDonald

A different slant on our architecture issue. John had developed a demo persistence framework in prism, meaning he was writing in Pascal but on the .Net platform. Of particular note was his use of reflection and attributes.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2008

September 2008

Application for Modeling Circuit Boards in a 3D CAD Environment – Brian Watson (Desktop EDA)

Desktop EDA develops “add-ins” for electronics CAD applications. The presentation described the development of an application that runs inside a circuit board design product called Altium (also developed in Delphi).… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2006

September 2006

Turbo is Back- Glenn Crouch

Turbo Delphi was just released in September but Glenn had had it for a while and gave us some insights into the Turbo Suite.


The new office bearers are:
President – Glenn Crouch
Vice President – Graham Pitson
Treasurer – Mathias Burbach
Secretary – Andrea Coffey.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – September 2005

September 2005

DUnit on DataModules – Mathias Burbach

We saw how we can separate our business logic from the user interface and how to apply unit testing on the business logic contained in TDataModule.

This presentation was preceded with the AGM.… Continue reading ›