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25-27 Feb 2007
Vibe Hotel, Sydney
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OzFox 2007 - Australia's Visual FoxPro conference

OzFox 2007 overlooks Sydney Harbour

Welcome to OzFox news January edition.

There's less than two months to go until OzFox 2007 kicks off with 2.5 days of non-stop Microsoft Visual FoxPro brain cram.

Come and network with the keenest FoxPro developers in Australia and New Zealand.

And if you haven't already registered, take advantage of our early bird special (available until 31 January 2007!)


Benefits of attending

Here's some of the advantages that await attendees:

In depth technical sessions
Real world FoxPro business advice sessions
Networking with FoxPro developers from a range of industries


Lead by four of the world's best VFP speakers, we'll be discussing a host of FoxPro topics including:

Visual FoxPro 9.0 reporting inside-out
Installations with Visual FoxPro
Migrating Visual FoxPro applications
Sedna and the future of FoxPro

Come and enjoy Sydney's beautiful February warmth, visit the sights of the city and recharge your technical batteries for the year ahead.

Speaker highlight: Lisa and Colin Nicholls*

Lisa Slater Nicholls and Colin Nicholls are no strangers to the FoxPro community, especially in Australia.

Lisa Slater Nicholls will be speaking at OzFox 2007

Lisa presented at many Australian FoxPro conferences back in the early '90s.

She has been working with FoxPro since 1989, presented at conferences around the world, authored books and earned a reputation for being at the forefront of FoxPro reporting features. Her latest book 'Flying Fox' was released in mid 2006.

Colin Nicholls will be speaking at OzFox 2007

Colin has been specializing in enterprise data integration with FoxPro and other technologies for the last decade.

A seasoned developer (he's been working with Fox since 1988) he has authored articles, presented at conferences and contracted for Microsoft on FoxPro development.

Together, Lisa and Colin are Spacefold, based in Nevada, USA. Their latest video on Sedna Reporting enhancements is available here (free!).

OzFox 2007 is an amazing opportunity to hear, meet and learn from these FoxPro reporting gurus.

* Each newsletter we'll feature at least one of our OzFox 2007 speakers


Our first local speaker - Mark Crichton

We excited to announce our first local speaker - Mark Crichton.

Mark Crichton is our first confirmed local speaker for OzFox 2007Mark has a long history with FoxPro, focused on integration with accounting packages (such as MYOB) and development of medical applications.

Mark will taking us through the process of taking a Visual FoxPro application to market, including development, business, marketing, distribution and support stages. Click here for further details.

Next newsletter we'll be announcing our second local speaker. And we are still keen to secure our third. Think you've got what it takes? Then submit your session proposal and you could be attending OzFox 2007 on us.


Networking opportunities (by request)

Learn and network at OzFox 2007

If you've attended any of the previous OzFox conferences then you know that one of the biggest benefits is the networking with other VFP developers.

You wanted more, and we're giving you more this conference. We've organised a special networking session on the Sunday night. Get to know your VFP colleagues in Australia and New Zealand. Then continue discussions over the conference dinner*

* Conference dinner is included in the registration fee

Stuff to do around OzFox

It's not just about cramming your head full of the golden FoxPro goodness. There's plenty of sites to see and things to do around Sydney. We've put together a list of activities here.


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OzFox 2007
25-27 February 2007
Sydney, Australia