Call for Papers for ADUG Symposium 2013

The ADUG (Australian Delphi User Group) hold two, one-day conferences in the first half of the year, and each year they “import” a keynote speaker. They’ve just put out the call for papers for 2013, so if you’d like to score a free trip to Australia to present to a bunch of Delphi developers (don’t worry, we are mostly harmless), head over to their site and give them your ideas.


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