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1. It's 2010. Ready to convert that Fox/DOS or Fox 2.x system to Windows??
It's quite a tribute to the Fox architecture and ingenuity of Fox programmers
that there are so many FoxPro/DOS and FoxPro 2.x/Windows systems still out
there. However, with the fifth major version of Windows gaining traction,
some of those systems are looking mighty long in the tooth. They serve a
business purpose well, but need some major updating.
Do you have one of those systems and have been hankering to convert it to
VFP, but simply don't have the time - or the expertise - to do so?
I've been designing and building new applications as well as
upgrading existing applications for companies who don't have
the resources to undertake major development in-house for
nearly two decades.
Indicators continue to show that the economic climate is starting to pick up.
I've been seeing more and more requests for help with conversion to VFP over
the last six months. Now would be an excellent time for you to get rolling, too.
If you're thinking of getting a project underway, and need an
extra set of hands to get that project started, give me a shout...
... at email@example.com
2. FoxRockX, January/February '10 - In this issue:
- Editorial: Get on the VFPX Bandwagon, Rick Schummer
- VFPX: SCCTextX, Rick Schummer
- Deep Dive: Introduction to GDIPlusX, Part 2, Doug Hennig
- New Ways: Take advantage of SQL improvements, Tamar E Granor PhD
- New Ways: String.Format for VFP, Eric Selje
- New Ways: Where's the Beef?, Jim Booth
- VUProjectTools: Updating project files from source control
management, Venelina Jordanova, Uwe Habermann
3. Effective Techniques with VFP 9.0, 2nd Edition available in ebook form
Effective Techniques for Application Development with Visual FoxPro 6.0
was the first VFP book we published, way back when the year had '19' in
it. "Provide wisdom" was my charge to Jim Booth and Steve Sawyer back
then; they delivered in spades. Ten years later, Jim has updated the
book for VFP 9, adding 150 pages to a tome already packed with insight.
Details, including a full table of contents, are available here:
This edition was produced by Rainer Becker, of dFPUG fame, in simultaneous
German and English versions. We're handling the English ebook distribution.
Order online now, at
Whil Hentzen, Hentzenwerke Publishing
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