As you may already know, 2016 was Xojo’s 20 Anniversary. Sitting down to write this post, I can’t help but think back to 20 years ago and starting what has now become Xojo. Most of the developer tools that were around when we started either no longer exist or are no longer published by the people who had the original vision to create them in the first place. In that respect, we are members of a very exclusive club. I’m also pleasantly surprised at how many users from way back then are actively using Xojo today. I take great pride in the fact that we have created something that has that kind of staying power.
Posts about the annual Xojo Developer Conference.
XDC 2016 was in Houston in October 2016, developers from all over the world gathered for three days of nonstop Xojo excitement. Did you know that planning for the next XDC started the following week? After surveying many people and listening to the comments we received from attendees, we have decided that springtime is generally preferred, so the next XDC will take place in late-April of 2018! Stay tuned for more details….
Join Paul as he talks with Xojo founder and CEO Geoff Perlman about XDC 2016, macOS Sierra, iOS 10, iPhone 7, Airpods and possible new…
In this special episode of XojoTalk, the tables are turned as XojoTalk host Paul Lefebvre is interviewed by Tim Dietrich. Download the mp3. Show…
Paul talks with Tom Catchesides of Light Blue Software about how he started using Xojo, the experience of migrating a FileMaker app to Xojo, surnames and retro computers. Don’t miss this fun-filled episode!
In this episode of XojoTalk, Paul talks with Kimball Larsen who uses Xojo to create acupuncture software called AcuGraph.
My family moved to Houston when I was 3 years old. Though my little sister cried for most of the cross-country road trip, my parents did not take my advice to leave her in Chicago and we all arrived in the Bayou City. I took up the cowgirl hat and any excuse I could to wear my boots with every outfit.
Visitors to Houston will find the city is served by 2 large, international airports (IAH & HOU), the restaurant scene is diverse and extensive, the city’s museums range from the acclaimed Children’s Museum to the beautiful Rothko Chapel, and the attractions of the surrounding area.
Paul talks with Arthur Couture and Tom Rupprecht of ICAL Systems, a consulting company that does enterprise software development using Xojo.