Ken Levy, former Visual FoxPro Product Manager, and Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, will host this comprehensive one-hour webinar — including a demonstration and discussion on using Servoy with existing Visual FoxPro applications, and Servoy for FoxPro developers.
Many Visual FoxPro developers who have learned to develop with Servoy, have found Servoy’s development platform easy, powerful, and beneficial; as well as appreciate Servoy’s dynamic programming features and rich data model functionality. This demo-centric one-hour session includes a wide variety of technical areas of Servoy — from data-centric development to using VFP COM based DLLs within Servoy. In the webinar, Mr. Aleman and Mr. Levy will also discuss ideas; answer questions; and share knowledge on both technical and business scenarios offered to VFP developers evaluating Servoy.
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Visit our “Servoy for VFP developers” page for additional information.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this Servoy Workshop for FoxPro developers in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. This session, hosted by Omar van Galen, a prominent member of the FoxPro community and Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, will be both strategic and technical in nature. The workshop will address not only how Foxpro developers can step up to include Cloud- and Web-based products, but also how to modernize their current premises environment.
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Join this interactive discussion and find out why Softwear, along with many other former Visual FoxPro ISVs and software companies, decided to migrate to Servoy.
Softwear is a Dutch ISV in the fashion retail and wholesale automation industry. They had a scalability problem with their previous SaaS solution, so they replaced their traditional terminal server technology with Servoy web and smart-client technology. By re-designing their applications, they reduced their total carbon footprint by 90%. Servoy has enabled them to redesign their software and development platform to minimize power consumption both from an economic, as well as an environmental point of view.
Jeroen de Vries, Softwear CEO, and Servoy, will answer all your questions.
Register for this webinar.
Read Softwear’s success story and listen to the Servoy cast of Softwear’s recorded interview by Ken Levy.
Servoy has been invited to present at two Visual FoxPro User Groups in southern California: April 14 in San Diego and April 19 in Los Angeles.
On April 14th, the San Diego FoxPro user group will host a special meeting on an Introduction to Servoy for Visual FoxPro developers presented by Ken Levy of MashupX, LLC, former Visual FoxPro product manager at Microsoft. Many Visual FoxPro developers have learned to develop with Servoy and have found it easy, powerful, beneficial, and appreciate Servoy’s dynamic programming features and rich data model functionality. This demo-centric session focuses on how features common to Visual FoxPro applications are developed in Servoy, cool Servoy features not supported in Visual FoxPro, how Servoy works with DBF tables in existing FoxPro applications, and the benefits to FoxPro developers in adding Servoy expertise to their skill set.
On April 19th, the L.A. FoxPro user group will host a special meeting as a kick-off meeting for a new L.A. Servoy user group. Scheduled will be special guest Ken Levy to discuss the latest news around Servoy, show new cool Servoy demos, and to help moderate co-presenting with many other special guests. Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy, and several others from Servoy will attend and participate. Other special guests include Jeff Spalla and others from ReelData in Hollywood and their Servoy based solution. Anyone who is interested in Servoy is welcome. And anyone who has been using Servoy to any degree or length of time will be encouraged to discuss and optionally present a short demo at the meeting. This will be a fun and educational meeting for anyone in the L.A. area interested in or currently using Servoy, either as a new development platform or as a great additional tool and skill set to complement VFP development and existing applications.
For more information about Servoy for VFP developers, visit our Servoy FoxPro landing page.
If you have questions about either of these free community events or would like to attend, please contact Carla Benassi.
Ken Levy, president of MashupX LLC and former Microsoft Visual FoxPro Product Manager, has been a Servoy evangelist for over a year. Ken was one of seven Servoy developers to receive the newly created Servoy Valued Professional community participation award presented at ServoyWorld 2011.
Ken has created his third Servoy Newsletter for Visual FoxPro Developers, which contains information useful to any developer currently using or evaluating Servoy.
Read Ken Levy’s latest Newsletter.
On March 22nd, Ken Levy will be speaking on Servoy at the Atlanta FoxPro User Group (AFUG), one of the biggest monthly FoxPro user groups in the U.S.
Find out more about the Atlanta FoxPro User Group.
Check out our Servoy VFP landing page.
Join us for this special Webinar — presented in German by Jürgen Wondzinski (aka wOOdy). wOOdy has been a long time programmer and developer — developing FoxPro applications since 1991; has been one of the foremost speakers at German FoxPro conferences since 1994; and has received the Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award consecutively for a number of years.
Servoy is providing this Webinar to give those FoxPro developers who weren’t able to attend the successful Servoy Roadshow for FoxPro developers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with more than 125 attendees, the opportunity to get an insider’s view by long-standing FoxPro Guru wOOdy. He will answer the question “What’s your future after Visual FoxPro?” – so don’t miss this event!
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Join Ken Levy — former Product Manager of VFP at Microsoft — at this one-day technical seminar targeted to management as well as the developers of ISVs and corporations.
The purpose of the seminar is to provide a picture of the road VFP has chosen; the decisions an average VFP user has to make in the current technological age; and how the advantages of future ICT developments are to be secured (also in combination with VFP).
The number of seats is limited. Register now for this free seminar by sending an email to [email protected].
Two of world’s most famous FoxPro Gurus, Ken Levy and Jürgen Wondzinski (aka wOOdy), will present their view on Servoy as a logical successor of FoxPro. They will demonstrate all of the commonalities between FoxPro and Servoy; and why Servoy provides a fast, short learning curve for FoxPro developers.
They will show dozens of standard Servoy features — which help to accelerate the process of building applications for developers — included in the platform and database-independent Servoy Software development, deployment and integration platform.
Find out more information and register for the Visual FoxPro Developer Conference.
Ken Levy, former Visual FoxPro Product Manager, and Sean Devlin, Servoy Senior Technical Engineer, host this comprehensive one-hour webinar including a demonstration and discussion on using Servoy with existing Visual FoxPro applications and Servoy for FoxPro developers — focusing on how features common to Visual FoxPro applications are developed in Servoy; cool Servoy features not supported in Visual FoxPro; how Servoy works with DBF tables in existing FoxPro applications; and the benefits to FoxPro developers in adding Servoy expertise to their toolkit. An interactive Q&A session immediately follows the presentation.
Register today for the Ken Levy (Post SwFox) Webinar.
Jürgen Wondzinski, better known as “wOOdy,” will be hosting a series of FoxPro workshops in Germany and Austria titled “What is your future after FoxPro?”.
wOOdy has been a long time programmer and developer — developing FoxPro applications since 1991; has been one of the foremost speakers at German FoxPro conferences since 1994; and has received the Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award consecutively for a number of years.
Read about more details and register for the VFP Workshop Series.