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 75 minutes to make their presentation on a single topic, but at the Chicago FUDG I have the opportunity to present VFP-related content for about 2 hours. So, I’ll be going over everything from custom classes and C++ libraries to COM interop to VFP on the latest version of Windows Vista to SednaX to VFP world domination! The presentation will be a fast paced look at a large range of topics that most VFP developers are interested in, and I’ll also be showing/explaining why I think the future of VFP, as well as the developers working in it, is very bright.


What you can expect to get out of this meeting…

If you want to get an accurate picture of where VFP is and where it’s headed… If you want to see some amazing things that are possible in VFP today… If you want to know how you can make a difference and create VFP’s future… If you’re in need of some positive reinforcement of your decision to stick with VFP for development… If you want to see how VFP can leverage all of the new stuff coming out of Redmond… If you want to see what a presentation on VFP looks like when the topic is EVERYTHING and someone has made the mistake of telling me to just go nuts on it… then attend the Chicago FUDG meeting on:


Tuesday March 14, 2006
Monadnock Building, 53 W. Jackson, Chicago Loop, 5:30 PM


I assure you, this will be a not-to-be-missed user group meeting for any and all VFP developers that can make it.