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ID: 20072
Created on: August 28, 2003 08:31
Updated on: April 22, 2010 21:33

Northern New Jersey FoxPro-Software Developers User Group
Architecting for the .NET Event Model - Thursday, September 25th, 2003 at 18h30
I hope everyone enjoyed the summer and is ready for our first meeting of the new season. I am very pleased to announce that Kevin McNeish, creator of the Mere Mortals Framework will be our opening speaker.

You may have a basic understanding of .NET's event model, but how can you best architect your applications to take advantage of .NET events? Kevin will spend a few minutes on the basics, then provide real-world examples showing how you can design your applications to take advantage of the .NET event model for things such as:

* Custom data binding in Windows Forms and Web Forms

* Establishing relationships between business components

* Creating world-class, end-user-configurable security

* Localizing the user interface dynamically at run time

Kevin will also spend some time discussing his Mere Mortals Framework.

Note: Because we are expecting a large turnout for this meeting, we would like to ensure that we have enough seating. Please RSVP by sending an email to KevinYes@esrassociates.com with a subject of "Yes I Will Attend" if you are seriously planning on attending. Be sure to include your name.

Kevin's Bio:

Kevin McNeish is President and Chief Software Architect of Oak Leaf Enterprises, Inc. and a Microsoft C# MVP. He is co-author of the book "Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET", and author of the book ".NET for Visual FoxPro Developers". He is the creator of the Mere Mortals Framework for .NET and for Visual FoxPro, which won the Universal Thread's User Choice Award for "Best Framework". He is also a well known speaker and trainer throughout North America and Europe. He spends about half his time on the road training and mentoring companies to build well-designed, high-performance .NET desktop, Internet and Smart Device applications (www.oakleafsd.com).

Hope to see you there.


User group history/membership rate/objectives: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 ***** Biagio's Ristorante 299 Paramus Rd Paramus, NJ. 07652 201-652--0201 www.Biagios.com 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.
Created by:
Richard Kaye
Allston, Massachusetts


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.ASP.NET: Designing and Developing a Line-of-Business Web ApplicationSeptember 30, 2004 
2.Dot Net NukeJune 24, 2004Rick Hodder 
3.Virtual PCMay 27, 2004Roger Heim 
4..Net Open Discussion / Show & TellApril 29, 2004 
5.All About WhidbeyMarch 25, 2004Leslie Koorhan 
6.Using Process Application Blocks as A Tool for Developing Multi-Tier .Net ApplicationsFebruary 26, 2004 
7..Net remoting or Web services?January 29, 2004 
8.Imaging 101October 30, 2003 
9.Architecting for the .NET Event ModelSeptember 25, 2003Kevin McNeish 
10.Show & TellJune 26, 2003Roger Heim
Elliot Richmond 
11.Arrays and Collections in .NETMay 29, 2003Leslie Koorhan 
12.How to set up a SQL Server Development EnvironmentApril 24, 2003 
13.A Data Model for .Net Part IIMarch 27, 2003Kamal Patel 
14.Web Services and Visual FoxPro 8.0February 27, 2003Malcolm Rubel 
15.A Data Model for .NetJanuary 30, 2003Kamal Patel 
16.What's New in VFP 8November 21, 2002Roger Heim 
17.Best Practices for ADO.NET DevelopmentOctober 31, 2002 
18.The .Net Object Model, An OverviewSeptember 26, 2002 
19.VFP Toolkit for .NetJune 27, 2002Kamal Patel 
20.ADO.Net with Keith Pijanowski of MicrosoftMay 30, 2002 
21.XML and Related TechnologiesApril 25, 2002 
22..Net for Fox PeopleApril 4, 2002 
23.Inside VFP ReportsFebruary 28, 2002 
24.NNJ Foxuser Meeting Thursday January 31, 2002January 31, 2002 
25.What's new in Visual FoxPro 7.0?November 29, 2001 


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