vom: 27.01.2008 von: Grand Rapids Area FoxPro Users Group http://www.grafug.com
Grand Rapids Area FoxPro Users Group - March 8, 2008  
Jay van Santen: Personalizing applications can be a challenge. If multiple customers use an application, it is important for the developer to maintain application and custom code as separate code bases. The presentation will illustrate different mechanisms for doing so, with multiple examples of increasing sophistication. Jay will provide code samples in this interactive session. This will be a fun opportunity to explore object oriented design and may provide a useful tool in your programming toolbox. Jay van Santen has been a Fox developer for the past 18 years. He has developed his own applications and worked on a number of major vertical market applications at corporations based in Indianapolis. He is past president of the Indianapolis FoxPro SIG. In the literary world, he was a contributing author to VFP 3.0 Special Edition published by Que. Currently, he is consulting with manufacturing companies on ERP technology. A new business venture -- a web enterprise -- will launch in 2008. Visit our website at www.grafug.com for more information about the meeting location and time.

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