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FoxShow #33: Conferences and an interview with Tamar Granor Your latest FoxShow with thoughts on conferences, SQLCOLUMNS, an interview with Tamar Granor and more.

0.00 - Opening
0.35 - GoToMeeting
1.15 - Join the FoxPro Frappr site and thoughts on Advisor's conference timing noted from Andy Kramek and check out the FoxPro Catalyst site
15.00 - Tip: Using SQLCOLUMNS with remote data
19.00 - How should we do Interviews poll 21.00 - An Interview with Tamar Granor of Tomorrow's Solutions
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Direct download: FoxShow33.mp3
Category:foxpro -- posted at: 9:31am EDT
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Category:foxpro -- posted at: 9:01am EDT

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