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2 Apr 2006

Doug Hennig Blog and TIOBE

Doug Hennig BlogThe number of great Visual FoxPro-related blogs continues to increase. The most recent addition is Doug Hennig’s Blog. You’ll want to keep an eye on this one, I know I will be. Doug is one of the most active, giving, and experienced members of the Visual FoxPro Community. Welcome to the blogosphere Doug – commence to blowing doors […]

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28 Mar 2006

Level Extreme magazines are now FREE!

If you’re not a member of Universal Thread, you may want to head on over there and join up right away. Michel Fournier, through Level Extreme Inc., has decided to make both the Level Extreme .NET and the Universal Thread magazines FREE to all members of Universal Thread. Thank you to Michel Fournier, all previous paid subscribers, and the advertisers […]

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22 Mar 2006

Southwest Fox Speakers

Yes, I know it’s after 4:00 in the morning and I shouldn’t still be up. But, as I was sitting here working, I decided to take a quick break to see what I might have missed in my RSS feeds since the last time I checked them and I ran into a post by Rick Schummer about Southwest Fox. It looks […]

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11 Mar 2006

Visual FoxPro Visibility

Increased visibility Visual FoxPro has gone from utter obscurity two years ago to showing up all over the place these days. Visual FoxPro has been a meteor on the TIOBE Index first showing up in the top 20 some three months ago and now eclipsing the likes of VB.NET, Pascal, and COBOL. Mary Jo Foley has taken recent notice and […]

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11 Mar 2006

OzFox Rocks Podcast #3

Craig Bailey and Scott Scovell do a great job on their latest podcast. They give Ken Levy (previous product manager of Visual FoxPro) some much deserved props, have a little fun with Milind Lele (Ken’s replacement) and  go on to talk about everything from Patterns and Practices to Team Foundation Server. The OzFox Rocks podcast has been first rate from day […]

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6 Mar 2006

Speaking at Chicago FUDG

Chicago FoxPro Users and Developers Group (FUDG) Tuesday, March 14th will be my first speaking engagement of the year at the Chicago FUDG. I encourage you to make plans to attend if you’re anywhere in the area. Or, do what I’m doing and, fly in for the day. What’s the topic? EVERYTHING! At most Visual FoxPro Conferences a speaker is given around […]

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6 Mar 2006

Another Update VFPEncryption FLL

IMPORTANT: The functions within this FLL have changed. Please refer to the latest documention for the VFP Encryption FLL that can be found at the following link: Major VFP Encryption Update Kenneth Reproduces another RC4 Bug Using the previous update to the VFP Encryption FLL, Kenneth Tamayo reproduces another bug in the RC4 code of the vfpencryption71.fll (also exists in […]

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23 Feb 2006

VFPEncryption FLL Update

IMPORTANT: The functions within this FLL have changed. Please refer to the latest documention for the VFP Encryption FLL that can be found at the following link: Major VFP Encryption Update A new and useful function gets addedBased on a recent request by John Clarke, I’ve added a HashFile() function to the library. The reason this is needed is that […]

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22 Feb 2006

Visual FoxPro’s Future

What does the future hold for VFP? This is perhaps one of the most asked questions lately. Most of the time when I’m asked this question it is in regards to SednaX, but today I’d like to talk about the contract work I recently started on Sedna. The Microsoft Visual FoxPro Team is allowing me to talk about things that […]

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2 Feb 2006

Visual FoxPro Conferences for 2006

Conferences, Conferences, and more ConferencesBelow is a list of Visual FoxPro conferences that I know of in 2006. My hat is off to all of the conference organizers and speakers. Even the smallest of these conferences has to be a large and complicated undertaking. Please know that myself and many others in the VFP Community appreciate your efforts.For those of you […]

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