VFP: Sydney VFP special event 17 Oct 2007

Posted on September 30, 2007. Filed under: Visual FoxPro |

I’m excited that we have Nick Neklioudov in Sydney in mid-October, coming to give us a special Sydney Visual FoxPro User Group presentation.

Click here for Sydney VFP User Group Special Event details

Nick will be presenting a session on using Drag and Drop in Visual FoxPro forms. Drag and Drop is an important usability element of applications, but is often neglected, especially in already existing programs. One of the interesting parts about Nick’s session is that he will be showing how to implement Drag & Drop without changing a single line of code in the existing form controls.

If you are a VFP developer in Sydney, please help me spread the word – it is only a little over two weeks away.

Date: Wednesday 17 October 2007

Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Venue: Microsoft, North Ryde, Sydney

(1 Epping Road, North Ryde, Sydney NSW 2113 – view map)

About Nick Neklioudov

image Nick Neklioudov, M.Sc., CNA, works as Systems Analyst with CGI Group Inc. in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Programming in all versions of FoxPro/VFP since 1987, in VB.Net since 2003, not counting some other developer tools and environments. Nick received Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award three times.
Nick Neklioudov has over 20 years experience with computers and information technologies, especially in database-oriented programming, object-oriented programming and information systems development.

Click here for Sydney VFP User Group Special Event details

[Questions? Please contact Craig Bailey with any queries.]


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