[nycfoxsig] VFPUG/NYC meeting announcement

  • From: "PETER ROONEY" <magnetix@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <nycfoxsig@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 22:48:54 -0500


Visual Foxpro User Group NYC  (and NYACC Database SIG)

The next meeting of VFPUG NYC is Thursday, November 1, 2007 , at 7 pm. 

*BUT PLEASE NOTE* we will meet informally at 6 pm for a light supper or
snack at a local Italian restaurant called Pane e Cioccolato, on the SW
corner of Waverly and Mercer Sts, two blocks away. There is nothing formal
about this, but just an opportunity to get together sooner, especially for
those who can't stay for a long meeting.

The *formal* meeting is at 7 pm. The location will be NYU's Main/Silver
Building, on Waverly Place, at the NE corner of Washington Square. Bring
picture ID. The guard can direct you to the room. (Please don't bother the
guard by arriving sooner).

The Speaker will be Jay Berardinelli, President of Docman Corporation

The topic will be Application Design using Visual 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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