As Nick already pointed out, I am presenting this month at the Pacific Northwest Delphi Users Group. This is based partially on my CodeRage presentation from earlier this year, but since it will be a live presentation I’ll do a lot of the demos based on audience questions and suggestions, so it could go in a whole new direction.
Thursday, November 1, 2007 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Advanced File Transfers with HTTP and FTP
Presented by Jim McKeeth
Ever transfer a file via HTTP or FTP? That is easy with Delphi and Indy, but what if you want to resume a broken download, only download part of the file, or download the same file from multiple servers? Now things get a little more interesting. This month’s PNW DUG focus on advanced file transfers with HTTP and FTP, and if we are lucky a little Microsoft Background Intelligent Transfer Service or BITS (used for windows update.)
Jim McKeeth, who recently relocated to the Pacific North West from the Boise Idaho area to work for WideOrbit, will be presenting. Before moving here, Jim was the 7 year president of the Boise Software Developers Group and Camp Director at the Boise Code Camp. He also presented at BorCon, CodeRage, and is scheduled to present again at the upcoming CodeRage II. In addition to presenting, he is also a co-contributor to the book /Building Web Applications with ADO.NET and XML Web Services/ for the chapter on consuming .NET Web Services on Linux with Kylix.
Bellfield Office Park Conference Center
1150 – 114th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98004