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EPS Software and Universal Thread offer new benefits
One important news this week for the developers community is the agreement between EPS Software and the Universal Thread. EPS Software, Publishing Division and Universal Thread have agreed on specific terms to offer additional benefits to the developer community. Those benefits relates CoDe Magazine subscriptions as well as articles cross-promotion between Code Magazine and the Universal Thread Magazine.
A free subscription to EPS Software popular Component Developer Magazine (CoDe) is available to any Universal Thread members who have have a Premier Universal Thread Membership (PUTM). This is limited to members who have purchased at least a 1-year PUTM membership and will be valid as long as the PUTM membership remains in effect. This exciting offer adds to the many benefits of the Premier Membership, such as the ability to use the search engine and to benefit from advanced settings in the account setup. Get your subscription today at http://www.universalthread.com/eps to be ready for the next issue.
Component Developer Magazine's mission is to provide in-depth explanations of the latest Windows DNA and Web technologies, as well as the tools available to implement them. It is an extremely valuable resource for reliable information, since the articles are written by developers for developers. You can find the Component Developer Magazine Web site at http://www.code-magazine.com.
This month's lineup
This issue of Universal Thread Magazine contains a series of short articles from many new writers in the community.
It includes two books reviews. The first one is a review on Expert One-On-One Oracle written by Thomas Kyte. The book is very impressive. See the review from Tim McConechy for all the details. Our second review is on Essential SourceSafe written by Ted Roche. Visual SourceSafe (VSS) is the well-known source code control system that comes with Visual Studio. Rex Willis tells us more about it.
Among other articles, you'll find an interesting article about Driving (Treeview from the) command window by Terry Thurber. It offers a basic demonstration of the unique interactive programming capability of the VFP command window. Another article by Victor Campos, title "VB and VFP live happily ever after - Part I", in a form of a case study, details some design issues for an application which includes various components. Zaheer Mohammad is explaning various issues in regards to developing Arabic applications. This is a very good article for whoever needs to develop such application. We also have our 2nd article in the VFP Grids series by Vlad Grynchyshyn. As usual, we have our monthly profile. This month features Tom Hayward.
Important news for the VFP community
As many of you know, there has been some important news for the VFP community recently. The Universal Thread contains two references to those news at the following pages: