The ADUG Winter Symposium is an all day Delphi event packed with technical content. It will be held on 4th August in Sydney and 5th August in Melbourne.
I’m really excited about the line up for this year, it’s one of the most diverse and interesting programmes we’ve put together. I’m positive every attendee will find their horizons expanded in ways they weren’t expecting.
Our speakers for this year are:
- Malcolm Groves (CodePartners) – Modern Delphi Object Relational Mapping and Delphi Roadmap update
- Garry Wood (Ultibo) – Pascal Programming for Raspberry Pi with open source Ultibo
- Alistair Christie (LearnDelphi.tv) – Computational Computing
- Shane van de Vorstenbosch (OnSolution) – Marketing for developers
The Symposium is open to all and costs just a fraction of what you’d pay at other developer conferences. Early-bird pricing will end in just a few days so register ASAP to get the best deal.
Check out the ADUG Winter Symposium page for more details on the topics, schedule, locations and how to register.
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We have local chapters and monthly meetings in most Australian states. If you’re new to Delphi or just visiting, feel free to drop in and say hello.
Please note that our technical blog that was previously at members.adug.org.au (on wordpress.com) has been merged here under the technical category.
Find out more about Alister in this video interview.
Alister’s presentation will give an overview of the current state of computational power including Parallel / Threaded programming and Distributed Computation for Mandelbrot set and fractal calculation. He will demonstrate this with a cross-platform solution and a live deployment to the Android app store
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In this spotlight interview we dig into the background of 2016 ADUG Symposium keynote speaker Malcolm Groves.
Malcolm Groves is a hard core programmer and technology enthusiast with a passion for development and architectural improvements. He is is well known in the Australian Delphi community for his years representing Delphi and other products as Senior Director of Technologies and Senior Director of Sales and Marketing for Asia Pacific and North Asia regions.
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Tue 19th July 2016, 6pm start
UPDATE – we have added an extra presenter.
Kevin Dean will be presenting on his game flavoured Direct3D Delphi project
With four presentation on Game Development its going to be a busy night.
First presentation starts 6:15pm sharp
Artifactory. 8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017
Game Programming & Build Your Own Space Invaders
With presenters Scott Hollows and Peter Thönell
This meeting will be focused on game development with Delphi.
Scott Hollows presenting on Build Your Own Space Invaders in three different ways (MAME Machine, Delphi Traditional Game Coding, Delphi Object Oriented Coding).
Peter Thönell‘s ideas on game development including his 2-D graphics engine TilesAndSprites
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Monday 18th July
“Scaling, styles and the cloud” – Tony Bryer from GreenTram Software
“Vector/Matrix operation on CAD API’s” – Brian Watson from Desktop EDA
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Wednesday June 1st at 5:30pm to 9pm.
Calling all Delphi-ites!
The next Brisbane meeting, on Wednesday June 1st, is one you don’t want to miss. Please note, the meeting is open for anyone who wishes to attend; an ADUG membership is not required.
Malcolm Groves, now representing his own company Code Partners, will give an Introduction to the just released Rad Studio 10.1 Berlin version. Come along and find out what great new features await you!
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