Just When I Jump on a Bandwagon, the Wheels Fly Off
Recently, I received praise from the FoxPro community for writing a small number
of sentences in praise of the product.
But I apparently made on error, arguing that the loyal FoxPro user base would
not let Microsoft kill off the product. I
Visual FoxPro 9, due this year, will be the last of what Microsoft believes
is a legacy tool (it has its roots in the old dBase market), but what users
consider a powerful, controllable tool with plenty of third-party support and
a massive library of custom applications.
Posted by Doug Barney on March 15, 2007