Like the name of the major metropolitan area we host Southwest Fox, Phoenix rise from the ashes to start another cycle of life, so has our blog that was reduced to hot dust a couple of weeks ago by events unknown to us or the hosting company where the blog resides.
Thanks to all who were patient during this time as we worked with professionals who know the inner workings of the blogging engine.
If you have ideas you would like to see presented in October, leave a comment on our “What do you want to learn, 2019 edition?” post.
If you have session topics you want to present at Southwest Fox 2019, head over to the Call for Speakers page for the document we posted with all the details. Doug, Tamar and I look forward to reviewing lots of session topics again this year.
We also look forward to seeing everyone this October in Phoenix.
Kevin Ragsdale blogged about two good reasons to attend Southwest Fox this year. His reasons were the previews Bo Durban and Steve Ellenoff give for their Southwest Fox sessions. I especially liked these comments:
“During Bo’s session, my mind was spinning with new ways of approaching the web browser control in my apps. I couldn’t wait to get home so I could start working on them. Some of them I’ve already tried, and the speed increase on displaying HTML in my app is incredible. And this means Bo’s session alone is worth the cost of the conference to me.”
“In short, Steve’s done a ton of work that I have avoided like the plague.”
Of course, I think there’s a lot more than two good reasons: more like 200! One for each session (you learn a lot in each one), one for each speaker (you get to hang out with and pick the brains of the brightest VFP developers on the planet for free!), one for each attendee (networking with other developers is one of the most important reasons to attend any conference), plus the food, the fun (don’t forget go-karts this year!), and the gorgeous Phoenix weather.
If you haven’t already registered for Southwest Fox, check out the session line-up and who else is coming that you might like to meet or renew acquaintances with, then sign up for Southwest Fox before the September 1 early-bird deadline.