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How Do Retirements Like FoxPro, VB6 Affect You?

**It's guest columnist time! Doug Barney is traveling this week, so filling his chair today is Michael Desmond, former editor-at-large of Redmond and founding editor of our newest publication, Redmond Developer News. Stay tuned for more guest columnists throughout the week.**

Over at RDN, we're working on a story about how retired programming languages affect companies. If you're involved with these technologies (or with J#, for that matter), please take a moment to pop over here and let us know how you are dealing with the demise of these languages. Thanks!

Posted by Michael Desmond on April 09, 2007 at 11:53 AM


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