The primary goal of Delphi Developers Group meetings is to provide a forum for professional software developers to share experiences, insights, and knowledge. Meeting participants gain insights into software development from other developers as well as hear informative presentations from expert guest speakers.

The objective of all Delphi Developers Group meetings is to provide an opportunity for participants to investigate topics and issues of importance to software developers. Meetings always provide an opportunity to meet face-to-face with other developers for the purpose of exchanging Delphi experiences, information, and assistance.

Speakers and suggestions for topics/venues are always welcomed and encouraged. The Delphi Developers Group invites speakers who can present real-life software development and project management experiences with practical tips and lessons learned; new product and technology overviews and demonstrations; insights into application design and software development; opinions and projections on the future directions of object oriented programming, enterprise application development and distributed computing; or any topic you feel is of interest to software developers. If you are interested in presenting at a meeting, or know of someone you would like to give a presentation please contact Al Reinhart . Meeting participants are generally developers and the topics are usually technical.

Meeting format is flexible but typically consists of introductory remarks, announcements, Q&A, and one or two, usually technical, presentations. Presentation length and format is also flexible.

Admission to all meetings is always open to everyone but it is recommended that participants have programming experience and an understanding of professional software development.

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All Delphi Developer meetings are free and open to the public. Reservations are not required.