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ID: 12499
Created on: November 2, 2001 11:18
Updated on: April 22, 2010 21:32

Potomac Area FoxPro User Association
January Meeting: Kevin McNeish - Thursday, January 10th, 2002 at 18h30
Kevin McNeish will be coming to PAFOX this month. Kevin is President of Oak Leaf Enterprises - a company that specializes in object-oriented custom software, training and developer tools. He is the creator of The Mere Mortals Framework and has spoken at many Visual FoxPro conferences and User Groups in North America and Europe. He is co-author of the book "What's New in Visual FoxPro 7". He has also written articles for FoxPro Advisor, FoxTalk and Code magazines.

Kevin's topic will be:
.NET for Visual FoxPro Developers
Visual FoxPro is one of the best Microsoft tools for creating desktop, client-server and Web applications. However, although you can "do it all" with VFP, it would be a mistake to ignore .NET. Microsoft has put a lot of resources into making .NET a revolutionary platform for creating software. This session helps explain .NET through the eyes of Visual FoxPro. It also presents information on using .NET technologies from your VFP applications as well as creating software using a .NET language such as C#.

User group history/membership rate/objectives:PAFox is an organization comprising of members from Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. We meet in the Mosby Building at 10560 Main Street in downtown Fairfax, Virginia. Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month in the lower conference room (LL12) of the Mosby Building. See our website for further information: http://www.pafox.org
Created by:
Timothy Yeaney
Eagle Eye
Falls Church, Virginia


Kevin McNeish, Oak Leaf Enterprises, Inc.
Oak Leaf Enterprises is a company of integrity and quality. We have nearly 20 years of experience in the computer industry combined with a strong history of application development. Our experience in creating custom software for large and small companies and our thorough understanding of Object-Oriented programming gives us the insight necessary to create a stable Framework with built-in flexibility for your own development needs. In addition to the Mere Mortals Framework for .NET and VFP, Oak L...

Archive of meetings

NoMeeting titleDateSpeaker
1.PAFOX - May 1, 2008: Tamar Granor - Common Problems with VFP's SQLMay 1, 2008Tamar Granor 
2.Mike Feltman: Development techniques and more from Visual Fox ExpressJuly 13, 2006Mike Feltman 
3.PAFOX June 1, 2006June 1, 2006Mark Rietman 
4.It's all about ASP.NET 2.0 GridView with SQLDataSource!May 4, 2006 
5.Report Writing with VFP9January 6, 2006Don Rapp 
6.XML CursorAdapter: real life examplesDecember 1, 2005Timothy Yeaney 
7.DevTeach Debrief July 7, 2005July 7, 2005Don Rapp
Timothy Yeaney 
8.Yukon for Developers (Geoff Snowman .NET Evangelist, Microsoft Mid-Atlantic )June 1, 2004 
9.PAFOX Annual ElectionsMay 6, 2004Rick Shaddock 
10.WEB SERVICESApril 1, 2004 
11."YUKON" FOR DEVELOPERSMarch 3, 2004 
12.Regular Monthly meeting of PAFOX: Fairfax, VirginiaFebruary 5, 2004Jim Lundin 
13.Special Meeting - VFP AND NET Working Together by Cathi Gero (Prenia Corporation).November 20, 2003Cathi Gero 
14.Data access with .NET (Geoff Snowman .NET Evangelist, Microsoft Mid-Atlantic )May 1, 2003 
15.Setup, understanding and usage of COM serversApril 3, 2003Don Rapp 
16..NET Framework OverviewDecember 5, 2002 
17.Developing a Business Layer and Data Access FrameworkNovember 7, 2002 
18.Tamar Granor to speak at PAFOX meeting July 18July 18, 2002Tamar Granor 
19.Presentation Layer FinesseFebruary 7, 2002Roxanne Seibert 
20.January Meeting: Kevin McNeishJanuary 10, 2002Kevin McNeish 
21.December Meeting: SQL Connect and Pass-through Wrapper ClassDecember 6, 2001 
22.November MeetingNovember 8, 2001Timothy Yeaney
Mark Rietman 


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