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Xojo UK Meetup

An informal workshop of Xojo users proves useful

Issue: 17.1 (January/February 2019)
Author: Paula Roberts
Author Bio: Paula uses Xojo for her job at HiruMed, a medical products company. Paul first learned to program on a Vic-20 and spent many hours typing in listings from magazines during that 8-bit era, but now uses Xojo for database applications.
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On the journey back from the Xojo conference in Munich, my travelling companion Bill Kearney and I discussed the idea of having a small get-together of Xojo users with a show-and-tell format. This would provide an opportunity to discuss our Xojo applications, identify problems, and hopefully find solutions.

We had our first workshop on the 29th of November 2018 at the HiruMed office just outside of Cricklade, Wiltshire. The group consisted of Bill Kearney, Paul Budd, Chris Carter, Richard Duke, Paul Sharp, and two of the "lesser spotted female species in the Xojo community"—myself, Paula Roberts, and Trish Duke.

Paul Budd posted a detailed overview of the day on the Xojo forum (https://forum.Xojo.com/51352-uk-meetup-today):

The common theme was that no matter what the application, those gathered had turned to Xojo to achieve an end result. First up was Bill.

Bill for many years worked as a loading officer for the Royal Air Force (it's more sophisticated, but he put things in the back of aircraft, a sort of "aircraft tetris").

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