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Southwest Fox/Xbase++ 2015 Call for Speakers
Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 at 11h11
From Southwest Fox: "The call has gone out! We’re inviting anyone interesting in speaking at this year’s conferences to submit topics. You'll find the Call for Speakers at Please read the complete Call for Speakers document (linked from that page), and use our proposal submission application at Session proposals are due by March 9. (Yes, this is earlier than in prior years. We have some publicity plans that require us to have a li..."

Chicago FUDG: Carl Karsten on Python
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 at 22h57
Our February meeting will feature a long-time member from way-back: Carl Karsten. He'll be revealing the Python programming language to us. You know what programming is, now learn how to do it in Python with a crash coarse in the syntax. We'll start with 'Hello World!', followed by an introduction to the list and key/value dictionary data types, then touch on function and class definitions, and end when we run out of time. I will mention the standard library and package index, but discover...

Open Mike Night--VFP Tips and Tricks
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 at 15h41
This month is part 2 of our VFP Tips and Tricks series. Come prepared with one or two (or more) short items you want to share with the group. They can be about the VFP UI, the language, application design, great tools, or pretty much anything else VFP-related. (And it’s okay to come even if you have no tips to share.)

FoxPro Database Developer
Friday, January 23rd, 2015 at 17h56
We are seeking a candidate with 1+ years’ experience to develop & build databases using Visual FoxPro 9.0 database software. Direct Marketing & FoxPro experience are required. Use FoxPro to build databases, use our database platform, and programs to run build databases that are loaded in our WebOTIS tm database platform in SQL. Knowledge of direct marketing techniques, CASS software, merge purge, database building using FoxPro command line query language, develop FoxPro programs, and strong FoxP...

FoxInCloud tutorial on-line
Thursday, January 15th, 2015 at 11h53
From FoxInCloud: "This new on-line tutorial, demonstrates the capabilities of FoxInCloud, shows typical adapted code, shows the response times broken down between browser, Internet, application and Server, and more... This full source code for this tutorial comes with the regular installation of FoxInCloud Application Server that you can download for free at"

January 2015 - Doug Henning on Deploying VFP Apps
Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 at 20h05
Chicago FUDG will meet on Monday the 19th of January 2015 at 5:30pm. This month's presenter is Doug Hennig; he will speak on "The Latest Techniques in Deploying VFP Applications". Here's the scoop: "Deployment of your application is easily as important as the rest of the development cycle since it's the first encounter your users have with the application. This session looks at some new ideas for application deployment, including creating a workstation-only installer, installing your applica...

VFP Tips and Tricks
Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 at 14h32
For the next two months, we’ll cover Tips and Tricks. This month, Tamar E. Granor will present her Southwest Fox 2014 session “VFP Tips and Tricks.” On February 10, we’ll open the floor for all attendees to share their favorite tips, tricks and traps. Here’s the abstract for Tamar’s talk: I love to watch other people work at their computers. Every user makes a unique set of choices about when to use the mouse and when to use the keyboard, whether to use the menu or a keyboard shortcut, an...

Save the Dates for Southwest Fox 2015
Monday, December 15th, 2014 at 15h18
From Southwest Fox: "Geek Gatherings LLC is officially asking you to save the dates for Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++ 2015! The conferences take place October 15-18, 2015. This year we again have two conferences as one great event at the same location. The conferences offer developers an opportunity to learn and extend their skills, and network with fellow developers. You get two conferences for the price of one! The conferences take place at the San Tan Elegante Conference and Reception Center, the same..."

Open Mic Night
Thursday, December 11th, 2014 at 13h56
Thursday, December 11, 2014 Detroit Area Fox User Group (DAFUG) presents: 1) Open Mic Night! Bring your computer and show your fellow user group friends something interesting or cool. It might be something you are learning at work or at play, a new tool you came across or developed, or something you developed to help yourself or your customers. 2) Along with anything else people want to talk about. Are you interested in presenting to DAFUG? Show off something cool in software develo...

Refactoring VFP Code: If it Ain't Broke, Fix it
Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 at 17h59
Do your applications suffer from Stale Software Syndrome? When you crack open a section of existing code for some simple maintenance work, are you reminded that you've frequently said "I really need to clean this up some day"? Does a simple enhancement request end up taking hours instead of minutes because you never did clean up that section of code? I'd wager these are common occurrences for most developers, and the longer these situations linger the worse they can get. In this session we'll ex...

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