Thu, 29 November 2007
Tue, 23 October 2007
Sun, 21 October 2007
Tue, 2 October 2007
Show #44 Notes and links:
Wed, 29 August 2007
FoxShow #43: The latest FoxPro News and an Interview with Mike Feltman from F1 Technologies Here are the links from the show: Andy Kramek : Creating Classes with a Factory
Cesar Chalom : Watermark your reports with GdiPlusX
Kevin Ragsdale - 25 Most Active Open Source Projects at CodePlex
The SPS Weblog - Visual FoxPro - Designer Ideas and a Screencast
Cesar Chalom : VFP9 SP2 / SEDNA USEFUL LINKS
Skills No Longer Required
Eric Sink on Requirements
AIGA position on spec work: How to say no to free work
Mon, 18 June 2007
Show #42 is packed full, coming in at about 34 minutes, mostly with interviews with William Sanders, who is preparing for an upcoming meeting for the New York FoxPro SIG in early July and with Doug Hennig and Rick Schummer, two of the three organizers for this year's Southwest Fox 2007, letting us know what they have planned for the conference, what they are excited about in Sedna and more. And hey, if your boss doesn't want to send you to Southwest Fox, Rick Schummer is offering to have a word with him/her!
Questions, comments and rants always welcome at foxshow at gmail.com
Thu, 24 May 2007
Hey, here's episode 41 with an interview with Kevin Cully talking about what he's got planned for FoxForward 2007!
Find out more at FoxForward!
Sat, 5 May 2007
Go To A Conference (there's lots around)
VFP Compiler for DotNet?
Email comments at : foxshow at gmail.com
Thu, 26 April 2007
Welcome back to the FoxShow! We've been offline for quite some time (last one was June 2006) but we're back and aiming to hit a new show at least once a month.
This particular show is a screencast of a cool new way for building web applications using FoxPro! (format is WMV - let me know if you prefer it in other formats)
The audio may be a little off
I'll be following this up with a regular podcast that includes part of the interview along with some other news items from the FoxPro community.
As always, let me know how you enjoy the show.