|Northern New Jersey FoxPro-Software Developers User Group|
Our meetings are held at Biagio's in Paramus, located at 299 Paramus Road, and are usually scheduled for the 4th Thursday of each month except for July, August & December. See directions below.
We ask for a $5 voluntary donation from each attendee. This will be used to cover the cost of speaker dinners and eventually to support any promotional undertakings such as mailings, websites etc. In addition, it is hoped that we can purchase our own projection equipment sometime in the future.
If anyone has any comments, please feel free to contact Elliot Richmond at ERichmond@esrassociates.com.
** DIRECTIONS *****
299 Paramus Rd
Paramus, NJ. 07652
From New York or Route 4 West:
Cross George Washington Bridge to Route 4 West. Travel Route 4 West to the Paramus Road exit, which is approximately 1 mile past Route 17. Continue on Paramus Road for approximately 1 mile. Biagio's is on your left.
From Route 4 East or 208 South to 4 East:
Take Route 4 East to the Paramus Road exit. Continue on Paramus Road for approximately 1 mile. Biagio's is on your left.
From Route 17 North or South:
Travel Route 17 to Route 4 West. Exit at Paramus Road and continue for approximately 1 mile. Biagio's is on your left.
From Parkway North:
Take Exit 160 and make a left at the light (Paramus Road). Continue for approximately 1 mile. Biagio's is on your left.
From Parkway South:
Take Exit 163 onto Route 17 South. Travel Route 17 to Route 4 West. Exit at Paramus Road and continue for approximately 1 mile. Biagio's is on your left.
|Richard Kaye |
Archive of meetings
|1.||ASP.NET: Designing and Developing a Line-of-Business Web Application||September 30, 2004|| |
|2.||Dot Net Nuke||June 24, 2004||Rick Hodder |
|3.||Virtual PC||May 27, 2004||Roger Heim |
|4.||.Net Open Discussion / Show & Tell||April 29, 2004|| |
|5.||All About Whidbey||March 25, 2004||Leslie Koorhan |
|6.||Using Process Application Blocks as A Tool for Developing Multi-Tier .Net Applications||February 26, 2004|| |
|7.||.Net remoting or Web services?||January 29, 2004|| |
|8.||Imaging 101||October 30, 2003|| |
|9.||Architecting for the .NET Event Model||September 25, 2003||Kevin McNeish |
|10.||Show & Tell||June 26, 2003||Roger Heim|
|11.||Arrays and Collections in .NET||May 29, 2003||Leslie Koorhan |
|12.||How to set up a SQL Server Development Environment||April 24, 2003|| |
|13.||A Data Model for .Net Part II||March 27, 2003||Kamal Patel |
|14.||Web Services and Visual FoxPro 8.0||February 27, 2003||Malcolm Rubel |
|15.||A Data Model for .Net||January 30, 2003||Kamal Patel |
|16.||What's New in VFP 8||November 21, 2002||Roger Heim |
|17.||Best Practices for ADO.NET Development||October 31, 2002|| |
|18.||The .Net Object Model, An Overview||September 26, 2002|| |
|19.||VFP Toolkit for .Net||June 27, 2002||Kamal Patel |
|20.||ADO.Net with Keith Pijanowski of Microsoft||May 30, 2002|| |
|21.||XML and Related Technologies||April 25, 2002|| |
|22.||.Net for Fox People||April 4, 2002|| |
|23.||Inside VFP Reports||February 28, 2002|| |
|24.||NNJ Foxuser Meeting Thursday January 31, 2002||January 31, 2002|| |
|25.||What's new in Visual FoxPro 7.0?||November 29, 2001|| |