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Open Source resources - directory of Open Source related websites.
GLUE: Groups of Linux Users Everywhere
(In no particular order.)
Virtually Fox: Virtual Fox User Group
FoxSoft: FoxSoft Calgary User Group
NeoFox: Cleveland FUG
MotorFox: Detroit Area FUG
BADD Fox: San Francisco
BeefFox: Midwest FoxPros User Group (Kansas City)
VW Fox: Valley West LA
LA Fox: Central LA
OC Fox: Orange County
SD Fox: San Diego
AZ Fox: Phoenix (El Zorro)
MadFox: Madison, WI
CPVFUG: Central Pennsylvania
J.R. Fox: Dallas/Fort Worth
GraFox: Grand Rapids
Salty Fox: Salt Lake City
Cloudy Fox: Seattle
Virtual Fox User Group
Black Beans (Brazilian Site)
Visual FoxPro Wikiverse
MSDN for VFP
Communications Horizons - Encryptionizer
dFPUG c/o ISYS GmbH - Visual Extend
EPS Software - Visual WebBuilder, etc.
F1 Technologies - FoxExpress
FoxMasters - +Macros, +CodeInspector
Micromega Systems - Foxfire!
Oakleaf Enterprises - Mere Mortals
Resolution - xCase
Soft Classics - Codemine
Steven Black Consulting - INTL
Stonefield Systems Group - Database Toolkit
Take Note Technologies - FoxAudit
Text Control - TX Text Control
Vision Data Solutions - Visual MaxFrame
West-Wind Technologies - Web Connection
Vision Data Solutions
Take Note Technologies
Computer Domain Corp.
Vertical Market Apps
Computer Domain Corp. (Accounting Systems, Credit Consolidation, Time Billing)
Other Groovy Stuff
Solutions (Web Hosting - particularly Web Connection stuff)
Just FoxPro Jobs
Ed Yourdon's Home Page
Jerry Weinberg's Home Page
How Things Really Work at the Office
Function Point Users Group
Software Development Magazine
Write/Edit for Us
Want to write or edit for us? Well that's good! Cuz I'm always looking for folks for future books. But to start out, ya gotta know how the process works.
In the set of links here, I describe just about everything you might want to know about Hentzenwerke Publishing: info about the company,
how the publishing industry works, how we're different, and how the proposal/writing/editing process works. This is pretty long (about 20 pages),
so you may want to print it out.
Note that in the pages that follow, I sometimes use "I" and sometimes use "we". I'm really not confused about how many people I am, nor am I trying
to impress someone by pretending to be more than reality (like when John Smith and Associates ends up being John Smith and his cat.) Rather, while
Hentzenwerke Publishing consists of me (and the dog), I rely on a wide number of independent contractors - authors, editors, artists, layout folks,
indexers - and other entities - printers, shippers, distributors, wholesalers, sales reps - to produce the final result of a book. Last time I
checked, there were some 80 people and companies regularly getting a check for work they do for Hentzenwerke Publishing. So when I say 'I', I
mean me, personally, and when I say "we", I'm referring to the whole collection of characters involved in the process of putting a book in
the reader's hands.
Once you're done, you should have all the information you need to submit a proposal or offer your services as an editor. If there's still a
question on your mind, email me here.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!