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    Default Corroboree 2011 in Melbourne - registrations now open & training announced!

    The DataFlex Developers and Users Group is pleased to announce that the 2011 Corroboree will be held in the vibrant city of Melbourne, Victoria from October 5th To 8th.

    Registrations are now open for this event. Visit the Registration page to apply!

    At this our 12th annual event, you can expect 3 jam-packed days of presentations and webinars by local and overseas presenters including Data Access Worldwide staff, bringing you up to date with the latest happenings in the Visual DataFlex world. There will also be the usual tips and tricks, breakout sessions and plenty of opportunities to socialise with your fellow developers.

    The location will be the Ether Conference Centre on Little Bourke Street in central Melbourne just a stone’s throw from Chinatown, the Melbourne Theatre District and Melbourne’s renowned CBD shopping precinct.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the latest news in 2011 and what’s coming up in 2012 – can you afford not to be there?

    Agenda

    The agenda for the event is still being planned, however at this stage you can expect to see the following presentations:
    • Presented by Data Access:
      • Visual Dataflex Roadmap
      • Prompt and Selection Lists with the new VDF Grids
      • Visual Report Writer - general product introduction and overview; revision 2.0 is expected to release prior to the event
      • Using Web Services to send files
      • Using Http from VDF to post/load data to/from web page (fill out web form automatically)
    • Remote presentations by overseas guests:
      • Algorithms and Techniques used in the VDF Query toolset - Sture Anderson
      • Using non-registered Active X controls and embedding the manifest in the .exe - Dan Levene (Anasazi Software)
      • Codejock Grids in VDF16 - Peter H. van Wijk (X-Organize Consultancy N.V.)
      • Crystal Reports 2011 .NET wrapper for Visual Dataflex - Riaz Merchant (Mertech Data)
      • Virtualization & the Cloud - Andrew Oakley
    • Local presentations by DDUG members:
      • Application within an ASP page using AJAX and JQuery - Chris Spencer
      • Integration between iPhone/iPads and Dataflex - Jonathan Harris (JNH Software)
      • Contraints Tricks & Tips - David Gleeson (Mediflex)
      • An introduction to JQuery - Matt Smith (Legend Performance Technology)
      • Distributed Version Control & GIT - Marco Kuipers (NCI)
      • Incorporating Software Testing Methodology - Phil Kirby (Mediflex)
    There is still room for further presentations, so if anyone attending the conference has anything they’d like to present, please contact Agenda Coordinator Jonathon Harris.

    Training

    This year we have the opportunity to run a 2-day JavaScript and AJAX training session run by Mike Peat from Unicorn InterGlobal. Mike is well known amongst his peers in the DataFlex community and has made presentations at past Synergy, EDUC and Corroboree events.

    As a recent quote from an attendee below will attest this is an excellent opportunity to update your skills and take advantage of Mike’s unique insight on the subject matter.

    “I attended the JavaScript training Mike facilitated at the EDUC 2010 conference. The quality and level was very pleasantly intense and Mike’s humour helped staying focused. I can recommend Mike, and in specific this training to anyone that knows a thing or two about JavaScript but needs to know more about the objects, closures and namespaces amongst other advanced techniques.”
    The cost of this 2-day course is $550 per person and runs on Tuesday the 4th and Wednesday the 5th October prior to the conference. Bookings can be made on our website. However due to the logistics of organising training we should be grateful if you indicate your interest by either sign up for the course or contacting us no later than by the 19th August.
    Matt


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    Default Re: Corroboree 2011 in Melbourne - registrations now open & training announced!

    Hi Everyone,

    Don't forget that the Earlybird rate for the conference expires at the end of the day today. Register today and save $50 off the full conference price!

    Also recently announced is that Chip will be in Melbourne for the conference to bring a Data Access Worldwide voice to the event and connect with Asia-Pacific customers.

    And don't forget the AJAX and Javascript Training with Mike Peat following the conference. Positions are still available.

    Details on the conference and training can be found on the DDUG website.
    Matt


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    Default Re: Corroboree 2011 in Melbourne - registrations now open & training announced!

    The Program for the conference has now been finalised. For more details check the website:

    Thursday 6th October
    8:00am 30 Test Webinar Tech
    8:30am 15 Laptop Setup
    8:45am 5 Presidents Welcome Phil Kirby
    8:50am 50 CJ Grids in VDF16 Peter H. van Wijk
    9:40am 10 Tech change between webinars
    9:50am 50 Using a Web Service to send files Eddy Kleinjan
    10:40am 20 Morning Tea
    11:00am 30 Data Access Update Tom Aczel & Chip Casanave
    11:30am 50 Virtualisation - VM Ware Andrew Oakley
    12:20pm 60 Lunch
    1:20pm 50 eAccounts Neil Harker
    2:10pm 50 Prompt & Selection Lists with New VDF Grids John Tuohy
    3:00pm 20 Afternoon Tea
    3:20pm 10 Discuss Dinner Arrangements
    3:30pm 20 TinyMCE Control - an html wysiwyg editor & join.me Peter Brooks
    3:50pm 20 MessegeNet Ross Spearritt
    4:10pm 50 Visual Report Writer Vincent Oorsprong
    5:00pm 30 Tips & Tricks Led by Phil Kirby
    5:30pm Day 1 Close
    7:00pm Informal dinner (not included in conference fee)

    Friday 7th October
    8:00am 35 Test Webinar Tech
    8:35am 15 Set up Laptops
    8:50am 50 Visual Data Pump, convert Dataflex data to SQL on a schedule Eddy Kleinjan
    9:40am 50 TBC Mike Peat
    10:30am 20 Morning Tea
    10:50am 50 VDFXray and selected functions of the StureApsPublicLib library Sture Andersen
    11:40am 20 Reading an XML file from the web David Gleeson
    12:00pm 20 Integration example between iPhone/iPad and VDF Jonathan Harris
    12:20pm 10 Discuss Dinner arrangements
    12:30pm 60 Lunch
    1:30pm 40 GIT version control Marco Kuipers
    2:10pm 50 Visual DataFlex Roadmap John Tuohy & Stephen Meeley
    3:00pm 20 Afternoon Tea
    3:20pm 50 Non registered activeX controls and embedding the manifest in the .exe Dan Levine
    4:10pm 10 Tech change between webinars
    4:20pm 50 Crystal Reports 2011 .Net wrapper for Visual DataFlex Riaz Merchant
    5:10pm 20 Incorporating a Software Testing methodology Phil Kirby
    5:30pm Day 2 close
    7:00pm Conference dinner @ the BlueFire Churrascaria Grill

    Saturday 8th October
    9:00am 30 Introduction to jQuery Matt Smith
    9:30am 45 Sending Email from VDF/Webapp and other Tricks & Tips Led by Matt Smith
    10:15am 15 Morning Tea
    10:30am 30 Annual General Meeting President Phil Kirby & Committee
    11:00am 60 Informal discussion about the use of Social Networking Led by Peter Brooks
    12:00pm Conference Close New President
    12:30 Informal Lunch (not included in conference)
    Matt


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    Default Re: Corroboree 2011 in Melbourne - registrations now open & training announced!

    Thanks to everybody who attended this year’s Corroboree and JavaScript Training in Melbourne.
    This year the Committee were very pleased to welcome overseas guests Chip Casanave, President of
    Data Access Worldwide, and Mike Peat from Unicorn InterGlobal Limited.


    Our event of course would not be same without the proverbial hiccup . Last year was the evacuation
    due to a fire and this year relocation to another room due to a faulty router and Internet access.
    However obstacles aside the event was jammed packed with excellent presentations, from local and
    overseas individuals, covering a gamut of topics from virtualisation and the cloud, source control,
    SMS integration, VDF X-Ray, Flex2Crystal – Crystal Reports 2011, online accounting and much more.


    Data Access Worldwide roadmap for VDF 17.x was of particular interest. Developers can look
    forward to enhancements to the data-dictionary class including better management of runtime
    locally based relationships, alias tables and better support for optional child / parent relationships,
    increased table and column names sizes, YouTube style tutorials, improved client web services plus
    much more. The ‘big ticket’ item in the VDF 17.x release cycle is the introduction of cWebObjects
    and the integration of the AJAX library into the Studio.


    Our door prizes this year were exceptional and much sought after. Congratulations to all our
    winners include Phil Kirby (iPad 3G), Vicky Curphey (iPad), Allen Langman (Nano), David Smith
    (Shuffle) and Linda Marshall (NZ wines).


    This year’s Informal session and AGM was a lively affair with discussion centering on the proposed
    online ordering trial, our local Australia and New Zealand market place and the role of DAW’s local
    representation. The Corroboree concluded by unanimously voting to reconvene next year on the
    Gold Coast. Adieu for now and see you all again in 2012.

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