Sydney VFP UG : Meets last Wednesday of every month
The Sydney VFP User Group 2005 timetable details upcoming presentations
The Sydney Visual FoxPro User Group meets at Microsoft headquarters:
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Microsoft Sydney Office
1 Epping Road
North Ryde NSW 2113
Pizza and drinks are provided (it's all free as per usual)
Note - if you come after 6:30pm you will need to call security to let you in - the number to call will be on a notice at the door
For details of upcoming meetings or general questions please email Craig Bailey (UG President)
Coming up in May Andrew Coates will be presenting on VFP and .Net interop
Coming up in June Michael Brazel will be discussing Cursor Adaptors
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We are a group of IT professionals who use Microsoft Visual FoxPro (VFP) to implement database, desktop and web solutions. See also Members page
Who you are
You are a database developer, probably using Microsoft technologies and Visual FoxPro
You are looking for a serious group of developers to learn from, trade ideas with and contribute to
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The Sydney VFP UG aims to increase developer knowledge and skills with Microsoft Visual FoxPro and related technologies such as COM, .Net and SQL Server. The group meetings are highly technical in nature and focus on using the product in real-world situations. Members come from a diverse range of industries, covering both custom and shrink-wrap applications.
Meetings include a key note presentation covering a major technical topic (eg VFP & XML, VFP & COM, etc), followed by mini-technical sessions (eg using ActiveX controls), finishing with a 15 minute Q&A session.
Developers of all skill levels are welcome, however sessions are geared towards intermediate and advanced levels.