March letter on MSDN VFP web site (by Ken Levy)

OK, here is my first blog entry on the new VS Data weblog.  Entering my first blog entry reminds me of a line from a movie called What About Bob with Bill Murray, but instead of saying “I'm sailing“, I'll now say “Hey, I'm blogging! I'm blogging!“ while strapped to my computer rather than a sail boat.  I have more planned for posting here later this week, but to just get started now…

March letter on MSDN VFP web site
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For those who don’t know me, my short bio:
Ken Levy is Microsoft's VS Data product manager which includes Visual FoxPro and the XML tools for Visual Studio. Ken has developed many FoxPro applications and tools since 1986, including GenScrnX, and he created many components of VFP including Class Browser and Component Gallery. Ken has been technical editor and writer for many software magazines and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

Comments (6)

  1. Welcome to the blogosphere, Ken! 🙂

  2. John Koziol says:

    Just don’t let it to your head, Garrett!

  3. Fabio Vazquez says:

    Hey Ken! Nice to see you bloggin! Subscribed!

  4. Rodney Dixon says:

    I found an RSS feed on MSDN for Visual FoxPro. There is never anything in the feed. Will it ever be used, or will this be the official source for FoxPro RSS feeds?

  5. Ken Levy says:

    Microsoft is working on improving the RSS XML for /vfoxpro. NOte that news items there will only exist for what is new within 30 days.

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