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Author Bio
Chuck Urwiler is a Senior Developer and Consultant with EPS Software Corporation, where he develops applications using Office, Visual FoxPro, VB.NET, ASP.NET, XML, and SQL Server. Over the past several years, Chuck has provided training for thousands of developers as well as designing and implementing mission-critical applications using Microsoft tools and technology. He continues to share his knowledge with the developer community through presentations at user groups, Microsoft seminars, and Developer Conferences for VFP, SQL Server, and .NET. Chuck has served as a technical editor on several books regarding SQL Server, MSDE, and e-Commerce. Chuck is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) and a Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA). .
For CoDe Magazine | January 8, 2004
One of Microsoft Office 2003's most significant new features is the integration of XML technology. This article focuses on taking advantage of Word 2003's XML features from within your applications.
For CoDe Magazine | May 20, 2003
One of the most exciting new features of Visual FoxPro 8 is the CursorAdapter class, which provides a common interface for working with data from many different sources. Chuck takes you with him on an adventure in exploring how to use CursorAdapter to change the way you relate to data in VFP 8, whether native tables, ODBC, OLE DB, or XML.
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