[nycfoxsig] Re: VFPUG/NYC meeting announcement

  • From: "Nadya Nosonovsky" <nnosonovsky@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: nycfoxsig@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2007 14:49:27 -0400

Hi everybody,

Can we include Dmitry to our list? He lives in Boston, but shows some
interest in our UG.

See you all on Thursday.

On 10/23/07, PETER ROONEY <magnetix@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ---------------------------ANNOUNCEMENT------------------------------
> Visual Foxpro User Group NYC  (and NYACC Database SIG)
> The next meeting of VFPUG NYC is Thursday, November 1, 2007 , at 7 pm.
> The location is not definite, but will probably be in NYU's Main/Silver
> Building, on Waverly Place, at NE corner of Washington Square. Bring picture
> ID. The guard can direct you. When we have a firm location, we'll let you
> know.
> The Speaker will be Jay Berardinelli, President of Docman Corporation
> The topic will be Application Design using V isual Foxpro.
> Jay will briefly demonstrate several of the full blown VFP applications he
> developed over the years, including:
> Accounting System
> Payroll System (SQL-based)
> Jewelry Inventory Management System
> Pension Management System
> Audit Management System for Hospitals
> Contact Management System (SQL-based)
> Artwork Inventory Management System
> Jay's innovative designs will showcase the use of
> Right-click context-sensitive menus
> Table-driven grids
> Easy application distribution and updates
> Context-sensitive help
> Client-server architecture using MS SQL-Server
> Multiple windows opened simultaneously
> Drag and drop - also table driven
> Jay has been programming and designing systems since 1980, and is considered
> an expert in the use of Visual Foxpro, having worked with it since its
> inception.  In addition to custom software development, Docman Corporation
> also offers full turnkey office automation, including the sale and support
> of equipment (servers, pc's, networks, and phone systems).
> Jay will also demonstrate some websites that he has set up for the members
> ***
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