David Stevenson has posted his entire interview with Ken and Yag on Sedna (no longer the tenth planet) and the future of Visual foxPro.
Great stuff David.
I find it interesting that Alan Griver is referring to the decision to support Vista with Sedna to be akin to shifting from DOS to Windows or from 16 to 32 bits.
I hope that is to do with the XAML support that Ken showed in his Channel 9 video.
My favorite part of the Interview:
"People always talk about programming languages being written in themselves. The .NET framework was written in C# and in VB. More and more parts of Visual Studio are now written in the managed (.NET) languages. It’s the same reason that anything that we add for ourselves benefits our customers. This means that if we add new extensibility capabilities in Sedna and we prove how much can be done – you know, if we can do half the things we defined in Sedna without touching the core product, you know what, Fox is a hell of a product."
David Stevenson's Talking Fox: Sedna and the Future of Visual FoxPro: Interview with Ken Levy and Alan Griver