Given the fact that I don't have time to put together another presentation and that people are probably tired of listening to me anyway, I'm just going to host a general question-and-answer period, a networking session if you will. We can combine that with attempts stump-the-programmer where anyone can give or take a challenge, man the keyboard and test their Delphi skills.
I'll bring my laptop with Delpi 6 Professional, Firebird, DBISAM, Access, and several third-party components including the TurboPower libraries, Rave Reports, Raize Controls 3, InfoPower 3000, Indy, CodeSite, WPTools, and some custom components I've developed.
We can talk about databases, object-oriented programming, security, the market, the weather, or whatever else may come up. Who knows, it could be one of the more interesting meetings!
Hope to see you there.
David Cornelius has been using Borland's software development tools since the mid-80's. He is the coordinator of the Oregon Delphi User Group and runs a contract programming business from his home in Beaverton. Visit his web site at CorneliusConcepts.com for more information.