Wed, 29 October 2008
FoxShow #60 features an interview with Ken Levy recorded on the second day of Southwest Fox 2008.
We talked about a number of things including what he's been doing since he left Microsoft, the new CodeCast podcast that he is doing with EPS, APPScanX - a new VFP tool for helping to scan projects and code for specific elements and what he feels his contribution has been to the FoxPro community.
Sat, 25 October 2008
From Southwest Fox 2008 in Mesa Arizona, here is the audio from my Profiling and Refactoring session. In it, we discuss what refactoring is and what it isn't and how the VFPX Code Analyst helps make refactoring easier in Visual FoxPro. We also discuss how to best use the Log file generated from the VFP Coverage Profiler.
Thu, 23 October 2008
Here's another "discussion" from Southwest Fox, all about how developers get the most out of their day and, er, shower. Discussion with Cathy Pountney, Mike Yeager, Alan Stevens, Art Bertquist, Andrew MacNeill and others. Enjoy.
Thu, 23 October 2008
I didn't want to do a full show on this little interview but wanted to put it into the stream because I think it's really valuable for developers to hear. It's a discussion Alan Stevens and I had one morning at Southwest Fox 2008. It was held after his talk on Agile and I had some specific questions we wanted to get into. There is some background noise as we were talking outside at the breakfast table. If you've never heard Alan speak, this is a great way of getting a feel for his sessions. Enjoy!
Sat, 18 October 2008
At SWFox, there are a number of great sessions going on, most of which have the "please do not record or tape" - however, some, like this one, were open for all and everyone was told "you are on the Internet".
This show is the entirety of the VFPX Meeting session - a session hosted by Craig Boyd, Bo Durban, Rick Schummer and myself about how the community can get better involved with VFPX itself and some other suggestions at the type of things the community wants to see.
Audio is a conference room is tough - but I've tried to increase it where needed so you can hear the people in the back row.
Fri, 15 August 2008
Highlights from today's episode:
VFP Bootcamp - Interview with Art Bergquist
Wed, 30 July 2008
This episode features an interview with Tamar Granor, Doug Hennig and Rick Schummer about their plans for Southwest Fox, the FoxPro developer conference coming up in October, 2008 in Mesa Arizona.
Hear about the great prizes, sessions and what went into the planning of this year's conference. As discussed in the interview, here is a link to Tamar's blog post about how she builds the schedule.
Also, I mentioned Jing - a handy (and free!) little tool from Techsmith for screen captures and screen casting (in Flash!).
Mon, 14 July 2008
These are the show notes for episode 55 of the FoxShow, the latest in news and software development ideas in the FoxPro Community.
Twitter Summize on Prague Devcon: Thanks Olaf!
FoxCentral Upcoming: Cathy Pountney in Philadelphia on July 16, early bird deadline for SW Fox West Wind training ends on July 15th
What Makes a Guru? - By Rick Strahl
Code Kata - Coding Horror
This I Believe... - Patrick Cauldwell
Command of the Day : TXTWidth or Doug's better implementation
Interview with Naim Sula of xSQL Software - one of the sponsors of Southwest Fox
Mon, 2 June 2008
Here's the show notes - brief, I know but I wanted to keep that interview intact.
SCCTextX and Code Analyst 1.0Alpha is available on VFPX.
Get Guineu from Foxpert!
What is Guineu? In the words of Christof, it's a FoxPro runtime that doesn't require FoxPro - in short, on other platforms where you can't run FoxPro today.
Listen to find out more!
Wed, 14 May 2008
Southwest Fox Registration Opens - My Heroes Happen Here
VFP SP2 Help Update Available - any problems?
West Wind Web Connection Training at Southwest Fox - Classic or WCF?
Rest in Peace: Ken Murphy
Kevin in DLL Hell - Register SP2 Runtimes
MS + Linux = ?????
Whither FoxTeam? - Once in Fox, always in Fox
Software Strategies: the newSDK
SQL Server 2008 - Where's the fun?
Google Docs in VFP
Be wary of REPLACE FOR
The Command of the Day: SET TABLEPROMPT