2 Comments to “Southwest Fox 2019 Recap”

  1. Alec

    Nov 8th, 2019

    Hi Eric,

    Thanks for the great presentations at SWFox.

    I too have been dabbling with VFP Advanced for a while and must say that I’m very impressed! I’ve tested VFPA in both 32-bit and 64-bit and they both seem to work great. I’ve even licensed the VFPA C++ compiler and compiled a few small VFP projects down to machine code. Very Cool… Very Fast! As you discussed, I’ve also found the principle behind the VFPA project to be quite responsive. I recently sent an email asking for a feature enhancement to the C++ compiler and it was done and delivered back to me within 48-hrs! WOW!! I’d encourage others in the VFP community to donate to this project. It is cheap insurance! Nothing I’m doing now requires 64-bit, but it is reassuring to know that “IF” the day comes when Windows 32-bit compatibility is gone, VFP and XBase developers with legacy programs already have a path to the 64-bit world.

    Thanks again Eric. See you at SWFox 2020!!

  2. Jody L Meyer

    Nov 9th, 2019

    Love reading your reviews Eric! Keep on Keepin’ on!

    This conference was a great conference to go to… as always. I really think Kevin Ragsdale hit the nail on the head when he delivered his keynote… “The Fox Family”. It totally feels that way to me.

    The sessions always leave my head full of new inspirations and ideas as well as the between the session discussions and dining room chats. I love see what other developers doing via “Show Us Your Apps” session as well. Wow! Wow! Wow!

    The Fox Family… I love the whole bunch of you! And… can hardly wait to do it alllll again next year! November 12-15, 2020.

    Keep Rockin’ and Foxin’ on!


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