Delphi 2D controls in 3D (FireMonkey) – presentation 1st March 2017, Brisbane Australia

I am doing a remote presentation this week on “Displaying and Animating 2D FireMonkey controls in 3D”.  This will be at the Australia Delphi User Group’s meeting in Brisbane

I will also put on my ADUG president hat and answer any questions that you have about the user group.

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Where – Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG), Brisbane branch
When  – Wednesday 1st March 2017

Abstract

  • Spin and zoom buttons, images and other controls in 3D with just a few lines of code
  • Build the Star Wars opening crawl including angled and animated text
  • All attendees will get full source code
    Watch the one minute preview here …

 

Requests for remote presentations

I am available to do remote presentations on Delphi and Oracle topics.
I have been presenting technical topics for 25+ years and have a wide range to select from.
Contact me about this topic and others.

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About Me

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  • Oracle & Delphi software developer based in Perth, Western Australia
  • Australian Delphi User Group – President
  • Australian Oracle User Group – WA Committee Member
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Author: Scott Hollows

Enterprise software developer based in Perth, Western Australia. Focused on Oracle, Delphi, Data Warehouse design and ETL, Data Architect, Business Intelligence, Oracle performance tuning. President of the Australian Delphi User Group (ADUG) LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/scotthollows

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