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Issue 21.3 ('London 2023')
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There and Back Again

Thoughts from the Publisher

Issue: 21.3 (May/June 2023)
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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Often when Xojo has a conference, the timing isn't ideal for xDev. Last year's Nashville conference, for instance, happened in September so our coverage didn't appear until six weeks later. That's not the case this time. Just one week ago I was in London, England, listening to lectures on Xojo, so this issue is incredibly current.

The drawback of that timeliness is that the issue has to be put out in a rush. I was literally writing articles on the long plane ride home!

In This Issue

Obviously XDC London takes center stage, with my main article coming in at over 7,000 words and more than 60 photos. My goals, as always, are to help you feel like you were there, educate you on what Xojo knowledge I learned, and hopefully inspire you to coming to a future get-together.

That's not all that's in the issue, though. Stefanie shows how to access Window's OCR feature, and Eugene starts an exciting new series on Raspberry Pi electronics.

While we're missing two columns this issue (no Database or Beginner's) we still cover Xojo preferences and using the MBS Plugin to work with Big Numbers. Enjoy!

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