9.0 is scheduled to be released by the end of 2004. Of course, what this means
is if you have an MSDN subscription, you can download it as soon as it’s
ready. If you plan to purchase VFP by itself, it will take another few months to
go through the manufacturing process and hit the streets. Therefore, it probably
won’t be available until February 2005.
case anyone is wondering, no announcement was made at DevCon about the future of
VFP, nor was any announcement made about the next DevCon.
has announced the MVP
recipients for the 2004-2005 cycle. I’m very happy to announce that our
three Michiganders have once again received MVP awards. Congrats to Rick Bean,
Rick Schummer, and
still one conference left in the
Hodgson discussed C# and the nuances of some basic structures, such as the
IF/Else if statements and the SWITCH/Case statement. She will mail a small
white paper version of the presentation to those who request it: email@example.com
Willis offered the websites of various .Net user groups in the area.
have no official speaker or topic for this meeting.
Anderson, president of the LA Fox User Group, will be traveling to
are still trying to coordinate having David Stevenson come in and talk with us,
but his schedule keeps clashing with ours. I talked with him at DevCon and he is
still interested, but we have to find a month that works out for everyone.
had a request for someone to do a presentation on West-Wind Web Connection. If
there are any volunteers, please let me know.
had Mike Levy agree to do a presentation on whatever SQL thing we want, but his
schedule is up in the air right now and he can’t commit to anything yet. As
soon as his schedule solidifies, we’ll be able to coordinate something.
Duffy is interested in discussing DotNetNuke, so that’s another possibility we
can work on if anyone is interested.