DIY guide to migrate Access Database to SQL

DIY guide to migrate Access Database to SQL
Are you stuck up with a dilemma whether to migrate your Access database by yourself or to seek professional assistance? Then you land at the right place, this blog will guide you through the migration aspects. Before you take plunge into migration one rudimentary aspect you need to consider is the size of your database. How large your database is? Here is a graphic image showing the database sizes based on the number of records:   Depending … Read More »

Why We Love Microsoft .NET Platform Open Source (And You Should, Too!)

Why We Love Microsoft .NET Platform Open Source (And You Should, Too!)
We live in a technology powered world driven by mobile and cloud paradigm. For large organizations, their developer workforce are the key factor that enable them to succeed in today’s fast paced business technology environment. Developers enable businesses to connect with customers, build amazing new consumer experiences to drive new revenue streams. Microsoft has revolutionized the programming world with its .NET framework and Visual Studio IDE with be… Read More »

Time to Retire VFP

Time to Retire VFP
Do you ever feel that your Visual FoxPro application is a Shovel and what you really need is a Plow? You are not alone! Your Visual FoxPro application may have been working effectively for 10 or 20 years, but it is time for “Out with the Old… and in with the New.” https://youtu.be/SmC3JWcvqxc As Microsoft announced the end of life for Visual FoxPro, it is highly recommended to move from this phased out technology to a stable platform that has vend… Read More »

Migrating to NET Framework

Migrating to NET Framework
Visual FoxPro was a dynamic development platform used for many mission-critical applications. But the time has come to move out with the old and in with the new. The logical solution is to migrate to the .NET Framework The .NET framework provides language interoperability (conformity) enabling developers to leverage the best features across multiple programming languages. The .NET framework also provides a large library, Visual Studio Intergrade… Read More »

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