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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!).

Enjoy!

Direct download: FoxShow56.mp3
Category:foxpro -- posted at: 10:16am EDT
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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

Great Developers
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


Direct download: FoxShow55.mp3
Category:foxpro -- posted at: 9:35am EDT
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