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TOPIC: Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago

Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 04 Nov 2019 11:17 #11582

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  • I have been working with vfp since long time ago, I have some personal projects still working on clients, later I was working with C, C#, php, javascript. Today I have a contract to maintain a legacy software done in vfp. So I'm very excited by entering this group of Xsharp. Hope I can learn and contribute with my knowledge.
    Working with vfp I have visited these countries USA, Guatemala, Curazao, Panama, Ecuador, Spain.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 05 Nov 2019 06:03 #11588

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  • Welcome John,

    John Belalcazar wrote: I have been working with vfp since long time ago, I have some personal projects still working on clients, later I was working with C, C#, php, javascript. Today I have a contract to maintain a legacy software done in vfp. So I'm very excited by entering this group of Xsharp. Hope I can learn and contribute with my knowledge.
    Working with vfp I have visited these countries USA, Guatemala, Curazao, Panama, Ecuador, Spain.


    Great to have you as part of the community. We can surely make use of your knowledge.

    I have visited Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba), Chile, Rep of Congo, London... to name a few...
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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 05 Nov 2019 15:22 #11598

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  • Hello John, Welcome - you will find here a very involved community & development team.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 05 Nov 2019 15:56 #11601

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  • Thank you, I will be glad to help.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 22 Nov 2019 21:28 #11845

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  • Bien venido, John. Soy Cecilio de Tejas. I have been coding with VFP for about 29 years. I love the tools and the language. I am excited about X#.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 25 Nov 2019 11:17 #11917

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  • Thank you Cecilchamp, I'm not used X# yet, but I'm planning to do it soon.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 25 Nov 2019 12:22 #11918

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  • I have gotten my feet wet a little the past few days as I have walked through a little use of X# and seeing what works and what doesn't with the X# Dev team. I am hopeful the next release, 2.10 will solve some issues.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 25 Nov 2019 17:54 #11926

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  • The more VFP people we get coming to try our X# and reporting their first few stumbling blocks, the better it will help X# Dev Team to see which features/functions they need to get working, and what Getting Started with X# documentation is needed.

    Plus, more testers will show what the real interest from VFP community is.

    Heck, us VFP folks can create the getting-started guides ourselves, but there are some more things needed in X# to really entice the average FoxPro person to seriously look at it, so "getting started" guides are a little hard to build out just yet, because a limited set of things can be shown.

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    Hi, I'm John from Colombia South America, vfp coder more than 20 years ago 27 Nov 2019 03:22 #11979

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  • I would be happy to help write Getting Started guides. But, of course, I'll need some working code. I am enthusiastic about FoxPro in X#, just need the cart to catch up with the horse.

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