Southwest Fox 2007 - Day 4

by Frank Perez October 21, 2007

I started today with Doug Hennig's session Best Practices for Vertical Application Development. Although I had attended this same session previously at the 2006 Great Lakes Great Database Workshop conference, I still managed to learn some new things. If you missed this session I have a couple of book recommendations of my own. Check out "Eric Sink on the Business of Software" by none other than Eric Sink. And finally "Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality" by Bob Walsh.

My last session was Marcia Akins QuickBooks Automation. Marcia did an amazing job of demonstrating of how to get started with the QuickBooks COM component. I especially liked all of the "gotcha" warnings.

In summary, I had a really good time at Southwest Fox this year. It was good to see some old friends, make some new ones, and learn new ways to use my favorite development tool - Visual FoxPro.


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Frank lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan with his wife and three children.  When he is not writing code, he enjoys long distance running and riding his motorcycle.

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