Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 14th Mar 2007 17:43 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Microsoft Microsoft has announced that it will not be releasing any new versions of its Visual FoxPro development software past Version 9.0, but the company will continue to support the technology through 2015. Instead of releasing new versions of FoxPro, Microsoft will release core portions of the FoxPro software to its CodePlex community development site, said Alan Griver, a group manager within the Microsoft Visual Studio team, which leads the FoxPro team.
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Putting The Fox To Sleep
by Sphinx on Wed 14th Mar 2007 19:01 UTC
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Yet Access is allowed to live, go figure. This pretty much confirms for me what a lot of us thought all along, the only reason they bought it was of costing less to kill a better competitor than having to go to all the trouble of producing a better competitive product. More MS innovation, yeah!

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