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 – November 2009

November 2009

Controlling a Milk Pasteurizer – David Rosenbaum

David’s requirement was to control a milk pasteurizer from a PC. This involved controlling some valves and logging and charting system state. The starting point was a project from the magazine Elektor Nov 2007 called USB Data Acquisition Card.… Continue reading ›

Melbourne Meeting – May 2008

May 2008

A Deployment Case Study – Don Macrae and Richard King

An application with a user base of some thousands, the appearance of different versions, and a requirement for silent compulsory updating. Recently the updating was modified so that the users did not need to be have administrator privileges.… Continue reading ›

Sydney Meeting – December 2006

December 2006

Case Study: Remote access via RemObjects’ DataSnap integration pack – Cling Good

This will look at how we fulfilled a requirement to allow existing applications to remotely access data using RemObjects and specifically their DataSnap integration pack. It will also focus on ways forward by migrating to using RemObject’s Data Abstract product.… Continue reading ›

Sydney Meeting – August 2006

August 2006

Case Study: Happy CHAP thanks to ECOIII – Mathias Burbach

The Centre for Health Assets Australasia (CHAA) has been given the task to organise a survey to capture & analyze financial spendings in the health building sector on behalf of the federal government and the state governments of Australia & New Zealand.… Continue reading ›

Sydney Meeting – January 2005

January 2005

Member Built App: A Business Process Management System – Glenn Stephens

During the last few years, Glenn has been designing & building a Business Process Management (BPM) system in his spare time which consisted of nights, weekends etc. This BPM system was designed to allow people to perform the most common operational tasks, such as moving domain specific data in a natural way by integrating databases, workflow, middleware, enterprise systems etc, so that managers and process change engineers can define automated processes as well as monitoring KPIs.… Continue reading ›