TDUG Meeting Feb 24 between 6PM and 8PM

We are pleased to announce a new Toronto Delphi User Group meeting in honour of Delphi’s 20th anniversary.

Warren Postma is a long time Delphi user, has worked for Embarcadero and is currently an Embarcadero MVP. He will be taking a look at Delphi’s history and evolution, recent advances, where it stands today and even a little bit about where it’s going.

Come out and share your stories.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Toronto Northern District Library – 40 Orchard View Blvd
6:00PM to 8:00PM

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.

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15 Responses to TDUG Meeting Feb 24 between 6PM and 8PM

  1. Chen Zheng says:

    Thanks so much for this get together .

  2. Frans Robinow says:

    Interested in Delphi vs. Appstudio

    • bmcgee says:

      Do you mean Appmethod?

      If so, then think of Appmethod as a subset of Rad Studio, but with a different licensing model. Instead of buying upgrades, it is licensed per platform per year.

      • Yuriy Elkine says:

        It looks like AppMethod does not include VCL, Fire components only.

        • bmcgee says:

          That’s right. AppMethod is FireMonkey only and does not include the VCL.

          It’s essentially being marketed to mobile developers, even though it can also target Windows and Mac.

  3. Frans Robinow says:

    Will attend…

  4. Yuriy Elkine says:

    Thank you! I am in.

  5. Rick Scheibl says:

    I’ll be there.
    Would you consider emailing the old TDUG list? I think a lot of people will have missed this blog.

    • bmcgee says:

      The announcement was sent out to the most recent mailing list that we have and to some additional people who asked to be informed, but had not subscribed.

      All the same, I will investigate further and see if there are additional names that were never added. Thanks for the suggestion.

  6. Kirill says:

    I’ve missed it.
    I’ve thought it will be 28, not 24…

    Will there be meetings in the future?

    Delphi is still alive – I am still developing with Delphi 6, now planning to move to XE7 😉

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