Jay, I'm an old new face and I'm planning to attend the April meeting.The blurb you sent mentions that Tamar has written several books about VFP, but didn't mention that the most recent one is Taming Visual FoxPro's SQL: Real World Solutions For VFP. IOW, this is a topic that's both familar and fresh in Tamar's arsenal.
Plus, she's a terrific speaker. If there's anyone in the group who hasn't caught one of Tamar's presentations previously, you MUST make it to this meeting!
Ceil Silver----- Original Message ----- From: "Jay Berardinelli" <docman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <nycfoxsig@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <nycfoxsig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <NycFoxSig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 2:12 PMSubject: [nycfoxsig] The Next Visual Foxpro Meeting is Thursday April 3, 2008 featuring Tamar Granor!!
New York City Visual Foxpro Meeting Our next meeting is Thursday, April 3, 2008 Let's see some new faces!! Our guest speaker will be the talented and infamous Tamar Granor. Subject: Solving Common Problems with VFP's SQL VFP's SQL language offers solutions to a variety of problems faced in many applications. This session presents a selection of problems and examines ways to use VFP's SQL to solve them. The focus is on working with VFP data and the examples provide demonstrations of many of the SQL features added in VFP 8 and 9. ----Tamar is a consultant and application developer specializing in database applications. Since 1988, Tamar has been working primarily with Visual FoxPro and its predecessors, FoxPro and FoxBase+. She has worked with both large and small businesses as well as non-profit organizations. Currently, the primary focus of Tomorrow's Solutions is working with and for other developers through sub-contracting and mentoring.Tamar has written several books about Visual FoxPro and spoken at numerous conferences and user groups. She is a Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional and a Microsoft Certified Professional.-------------The meeting will be held in (or near) room #508 in the NYU Main/Silver building, at 7 pm.The building is on the northeast corner of Washington Square, the entrance being on Waverly Place.Go to the guard station inside for directions. Bring photo ID.To unsubscribe from the NYACC Database SIG list, send an email to nycfoxsig-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' (no quotes) in the subject field.
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