Happy 10th Anniversary - Ken Receiving 10 Year Anniversary Plaque
Monday, January 1st, 2001
Hugh Winters, Worlddata Services, Inc
Hugh Winters is the lead programmer for WorldData, Inc. Napa, California, USA. He has been programming in FoxPro since 1989 and is a frequent presenter at his local Visual FoxPro SIG in San Jose, California.

Pictured by David Chilcott, Outformations
More than 100 Visual FoxPro developers and others attended a presentation by Ken Levy on the topic of Visual FoxPro and Microsoft Dot Net interoperability. The event was located at the ProBusiness facilities in Pleasanton, California and was hosted as a joint meeting of the Silicon Valley Visual FoxPro SIG, Bay Area Association of Database Developers and the Sacramento Visual FoxPro SIG.

At the end of last night's presentation Hugh Winters (WorldData, Inc. Napa, California) presented a plaque to Ken Levy (Microsoft, Inc. Redmond, Washington) on behalf of the worldwide Visual FoxPro Community which was created to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of Microsoft's purchase of FoxPro (June 1992).

Ken promised the plaque will be placed in the award case near the elevators where the FoxPro team works at Microsoft.

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