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Issue 17.3 ('XDC 2019')
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XDC 2019 Wrap-up

Thoughts from the Publisher

Issue: 17.3 (May/June 2019)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: When xDev publisher Marc Zeedar was a kid he used to create magazines just for fun. Now he's doing it for a living!
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I'm back from XDC and it's been a whirlwind to get this issue out right after returning, but I think you'll enjoy it.

In This Issue

I hope you like pictures. This issue is a photobook. It wasn't intended to be. It just worked out that way!

We have, of course, our annual XDC recap, and as always I try to include a lot of photographs—people, places, and fun events. My goal is to make you feel like you were there, even if you weren't. This year, with Miami, we had a new venue with some interesting subject matter, so there are about 50 photos.

We also have a cool article on co-working by Glen Newbury. He gets to work on development while living in exotic locations. Naturally we've included lots of photographs!

In other news, I'm delighted to announce the addition of Susan Fennema as a columnist. Susan specializes in project management—a topic we can all use—and her tips in Get Beyond the Chaos will get as all more organized.

If you want more Xojo coding, Markus Winter continues his quest for a numbers-only textfield. I write more about custom events in Beginner's Corner, while Paul has news and tips in his column. There's also links to more good reading in another Best of the Web. Enjoy!

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