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26 Oct 2005

Ken Levy’s Blog gets active – KenX is Alive!

Well, after months of just a post or two (usually regarding the Letter from the Editor being online) and the occasional blitz of entries on what the greatest headphones on earth are (Ultimate Ears in case you’re wondering), Ken Levy is beginning to post more VFP content. Heck, there was even an entry that showed up a moment ago that […]

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18 Oct 2005

Want to invent VFP’s future? “You can’t predict the future . . . but you can invent it” – Dennis Gabor I have long since tired of the endless conjecture and distorted perception by some that MS is the one holding all the cards or that MS has a secret plan to end VFP. With the extensibility that is in Visual FoxPro already, VFP […]

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13 Oct 2005

Southwest Fox 2005

Other than having to run across the entire breadth of the Denver airport in ten minutes to make my final connection to Phoenix, the trip down here was good. Though a few other hurdles and minor inconveniences were waiting for me when I got here… I won’t bore you with the details of a car reservation debacle or the withdrawals I was […]

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10 Oct 2005

Alex Feldstein awarded MVP 5th year in a row

Alex Feldstein has received the MVP Award for a 5th consecutive year. Congratulations Alex! You definitely deserve this award and please know that your contributions to the Visual FoxPro Community are appreciated by far more than just Microsoft. Thank you for all your contributions over the years and keep up the great work. For anyone who may be unfamiliar with Alex […]

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3 Oct 2005

October 2005 – Letter from the Editor

The latest Letter from the Editor has been posted by Ken Levy. They’ve put the What’s New in Nine book online, and it seems I’ve been made a Visual FoxPro MVP. Sorry I don’t have longer to bore you all with an overly egotistical acceptance speech, but I’m up to my neck in alligators at this end and as I recently told Bob […]

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