VFP: OzFox Lite is on this weekend

Posted on March 20, 2006. Filed under: Visual FoxPro |

Yes, only a few days to go until OzFox.
www.ozfox.com.au
 
I guess if you’ve been reading my blog then you don’t need reminding about all the great stuff that is happening at the conference. But in case you are looking for a quick summary of reasons to come (say, to tell a friend), then here are my top reasons to attend:
 
1. Sessions
We have Australia’s two Microsoft Regional Directors, Adam Cogan and Greg Low, joining an already strong lineup of speakers including Andrew Coates, Scott Scovell, Sunny Chandra and others, discussing SQL Server, Crystal Reports, Terminal Server, AJAX, Design Patterns, West Wind Web Connection, business skills and more.
 
2. Networking
We have a whole session devoted to networking: what it is, why you should network, how to do it, and then a chance to get to know all the other VFP developers at the conference.
 
3. Relax with the biggest Xbox screens anywhere
A big night of Xboxing awaits us on Saturday.
 
4. Add your voice
Let the developer community know that the Fox is alive and well in Oz.
 
5. Cost
OzFox is free. It doesn’t get easier than that.
 
You can register here:
http://msevents-as.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=120467419&Culture=en-AU
 
 

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One Response to “VFP: OzFox Lite is on this weekend”

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hey Craig – hope all is still on schedule with OzFox Lite and that you guys aren’t getting hit too badly with that cyclone.


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