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Welcome to Tomorrow's Solutions, LLC, which has been providing custom software for a quarter of a century.

Tomorrow's Solutions, LLC is owned and operated by Tamar E. Granor, Ph.D., a consultant and application developer specializing in database applications. Since 1988, Tamar has been working primarily with Visual FoxPro and its predecessors, FoxPro and FoxBase+. She has worked with both large and small businesses as well as non-profit organizations.


Tamar has written several books and hundreds of articles about Visual FoxPro and spoken at numerous conferences and user groups. She was a Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional from the program's inception in 1993 through 2010. In 2007, Tamar received the Visual FoxPro Community Lifetime Achievement Award.

Tamar is also one of the partners of Geek Gatherings, the sponsor of the Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++ conferences.

What's New at TSLLC

Mar 18
Southwest Fox/Xbase++ 2014 session proposals due Friday, March 21

​Just a reminder that session proposals for Southwest Fox 2014 and Southwest Xbase++ 2014 are due by 8 AM EDT this Friday, March 21. If you’re interested in speaking, please download the Call for Speakers ( and submit your proposals using our online application at We look forward to hearing from you.

Mar 06
Southwest Fox/Southwest Xbase++ 2014 Call for Speakers

Conference planning season​ has begun. The Call for Speakers for Southwest Fox 2014 and Southwest Xbase++ 2014 is out. If you're interested in speaking at either conference, check it out.

Oct 11
Southwest Fox/Xbase++ streaming keynote and PolarFox session

​Once again this year, Geek Gatherings is streaming the Southwest Fox keynote presentation, Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time (Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time). In addition, we are streaming the Project PolarFox: Sneak Preview session, Saturday at 5:15 p.m. Go to to watching the videos.

Oct 04
Southwest Fox has gone mobile!

Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++ have gone mobile! We’ve created a conference schedule on Guidebook, a popular mobile guide for events. Simply install the Guidebook app on your mobile device, then load the Southwest Fox/Xbase++ 2013 guide. You’ll be able to see complete session descriptions, view the conference schedule, see speaker photos and biographies, create to-do items, and best of all, create a customized schedule of sessions.

See for details on how to set up our guide on your mobile device.

Aug 28
Southwest Fox Early-Bird deadline is 8/31--Save $50

One last quick reminder: you can save $50 by registering with the early-bird registration discount. The deadline is this Saturday, August 31st. Every registered attendee gets admission and white papers to all regular conference sessions.

To see what a couple of our speakers have to say about their session, check out the conference blog at

Aug 19
VFPX book is out!

"VFPX: Open Source Treasure for the VFP Developer" by Rick Schummer, Doug Hennig, Jim Nelson, Eric Selje and Tamar E. Granor has been released. This book covers virtually every VFPX project, teaching you how to install and use each, and offers a verdict for each as to whether it's ready for prime-time.

To order your copy, go to

Jun 18
You can save Southwest Fox!

Putting on a conference is a risky endeavor. Conference centers require a guaranteed minimum income to block the dates of a conference; for a conference like Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++, that minimum is in the tens of thousands of dollars.

As of today, we have 14 people registered for Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++ 2013. That’s about half the number of people who were registered at this time last year, and last year’s number took a big leap of faith on our part to carry on. See, our break-even point is about 75 people, and according to our contract with the hotel, we have until July 2 to cancel or we’re on the hook for our guaranteed minimum whether there’s a conference or not.

Southwest Fox is one of the highlights of the year for Rick, Doug and me. A ton of planning and work goes into organizing it, but we are happy to do it because we feel it’s an important way to keep our community going. We’re realistic enough to know that it won’t go on forever and each year could be the last. So, was 2012 the last year? You can help us make that decision. If you were thinking about going this year, vote to continue the conference by registering now. If you know others thinking of attending, share this message with them.

If we do end up cancelling, everyone who registered will get their money back in full, so you can’t lose out. (Just don’t make your flight reservation right way.)

The FoxShow #77 features an interview with Rick, Doug and me discussing this and other SWFox-related issues, so be sure to check it out. Andrew MacNeill also has a blog post about this.

May 29
Southwest Fox/Southwest Xbase++ 2013 Registration is open
Registration is now open for Southwest Fox and Southwest Xbase++ 2013.

May 08
Southwest Fox/Southwest Xbase++ speakers and sessions announced
The speakers and sessions for Southwest Fox 2013 and Southwest Xbase++ 2013 have been announced. All the details can be found on the Speakers page.

The two conferences offer a total 45 different topics (with white papers required for all of them), 6 pre-conference sessions, a keynote and lots of the usual networking opportunities with tons of fun thrown in too.

Registration opens later this month.

Apr 18
Support the Ceil Silver Ambassador Fund

The Ceil Silver Ambassador Fund brings a Visual FoxPro developer to the Southwest Fox conference as an ambassador for the developers in his or her country. This gives the recipient the opportunity to meet and share experiences with developers attending Southwest Fox and gives other attendees the opportunity to learn about VFP development in the recipient's country. The trip is paid for by the VFP community’s donations to the Fund.

We are looking for nominations from the VFP community for the 2013 recipient. To nominate someone you think deserves to be selected, please email their name and a brief list of their contributions to the VFP community to Names must be submitted no later than May 31, 2013.

In addition, we are looking for donations to allow us to pay for the travel costs for the ambassador. We urge you to consider donating any amount you see fit, small or large, to this fund. See for details. 100% of donated money goes to the travel costs for the ambassador. Not a single penny is used to cover administrative costs and no one is paid for their time.

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