This article came out of some work done for Cornerstone project, where an application needed to work transparently with either SQL Server or Visual FoxPro, with a single code base. The article was translated into German and published in the journal Fuchs in 1999.
Link: Programming for multiple back-end databases in Visual FoxPro
This article on designing a class library to compensate for the lack of object-oriented menus in Visual FoxPro was based on my session notes from the FoxTeach Conference in 1996.
Link: Object-oriented menus in Visual FoxPro
The Windows Registry used to be a hot topic, and FoxPro programmers found it a mystery like everyone else. Portions of this article, published in the Inside VFP Journal in May/June 1996, found their way mysteriously into a Visual Basic Journal, and even MSDN!
Link: Manipulating the Windows Registry in Visual FoxPro
This is my first published article, and it’s about trapping keyboard events using the C API in FoxPro, published in Foxtalk, July 1993.
Link: Programming events using the FoxPro Library Construction Kit