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Tamar E. Granor, Ph.D, is the owner of Tomorrow's Solutions, LLC. She has developed and enhanced numerous FoxPro and Visual FoxPro applications for businesses and other organizations. She currently focuses on working with other developers through consulting and subcontracting. Tamar served as editor of FoxPro Advisor magazine from 1994 to 2000. She is currently the magazine's technical editor and co-author of the popular "Advisor Answers" column. Tamar is co-author of the Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro 7.0 (and its award-winning predecessor), What’s New in Visual FoxPro 7.0, and Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro. She is the technical editor of Visual FoxPro Certification Exams Study Guide.Tamar is also co-author of the Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro 3.0 (Addison-Wesley) and she contributed to John Hawkins’ FoxPro 2.5 Programmer’s Reference (Que). Tamar is a Microsoft Certified Professional and a Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional. Tamar speaks frequently about Visual FoxPro at conferences and user groups in Europe and North America, including every FoxPro DevCon since 1993. She served as Technical Content Manager for the 1997-1999 Visual FoxPro DevCons and was part of the coordination team for the Visual FoxPro Excellence Awards. Tamar earned her doctorate in Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where her research focused on implementation of user interfaces. She lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband and two teenage sons. She can be reached at tamar@tomorrowssolutionsllc.com.
Doug Hennig is a partner with Stonefield Systems Group Inc. He is the author of the award winning Stonefield Database Toolkit, co-author of What's New in Visual FoxPro 7 from Hentzenwerke Publishing, and author of The Visual FoxPro Data Dictionary in Pinnacle Publishing's Pros Talk Visual FoxPro series. He writes the monthly "Reusable Tools" column in FoxTalk. Doug has spoken at every Microsoft FoxPro Developers Conference (DevCon) since 1997 and at user groups and developer conferences all over North America. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and Certified Professional (MCP).You can reach him at dhennig@stonefield.com.
Jim Slater is an independent developer specializing in Visual FoxPro client/server applications and .Net web applications. He has extensive experience with every version of Foxbase, FoxPro, and Visual Foxpro, as well as with SQL Server and Sybase databases. Jim is a Microsoft Certified Professional and past Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. His articles and tips have appeared in several publications including FoxPro Advisor. He is vice president of the Rocky Mountain FoxPro User Group and a frequent presenter at user group meetings. Jim lives in Denver, CO, and enjoys hiking, fly fishing, and snowshoeing in those rare moments away from the computer. He can be reached at jim@jslater.com.

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