TDUG meeting Thursday, November 30th

We are continuing our “back to basics” theme and talking about databases.

You always hear that Delphi has great database support, and it does, but what does that actually mean? We’ll talk about Delphi’s history with databases, how easy it is to create a database application and some best practices you might want to use.

Note the change in room this month. We are in room 3, directly across from the elevator on the 4th floor.

Thursday, November 30th, 2017
Fairview Library – 35 Fairview Mall Dr, North York – Room 3 (4th floor)
6:00PM to 8:00PM

About the location: The Fairview Library is on the north side of the Fairview Mall. Subway service is available and parking at the mall is free.

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One Response to TDUG meeting Thursday, November 30th

  1. Anne Zheng says:

    In our November meeting, Bruce gave us a presentation about databases, its importance and connections to Delphi, and he created a simple demo in delphi that fetches records from Northwind sample database. Two books by Cary Jensen “Delphi in Depth: ClientDataSets ” and “Delphi in Depth: FireDAC” are recommended for anyone who wishes to learn database. Some database issues were discussed among attendees. Gordon showed a bit of his work using MongoDB which is also very interesting.

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