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Hello HMG World!

Post by AlxSts » Sun Feb 03, 2013 4:59 am

Dear Sirs.

First I want to greet all of you and present my congratulation for the great work you have done for all this time in HMG development. Also, want to thank this forum's administrators for the opportunity of accepting me as a member.

As asked in this page, please, let me introduce myself:
I've been working with software development during past 32 years. Started with Cobol/RPG II in mainframes, Nixdorf Basic in minicomputers and, when microcomputers arose, migrated to CP/M basedd machines (Cobol) and after to dBase II, III, Clipper Autumn, Summer, 5.xx, Visual Basic 6, xHarbour and Harbour. Currently, in the company where I work, I'm envolved in the Microsoft world, using the dot Net platform (ASP Net, C#, SQL Server, etc). This company develops e-commerce platforms. But this fact doesn't make me forget the xBase world, which I love so much, and is known for it's power and simplicity. This feeling keeps me all time near xBase through my participation on the bigger brazilian forum dedicated to these languages, Clipper on Line, as a colaborator level member.

Unfortunatelly, my skills with HMG are still beginners level. I'm trying my first tests using the code supplied in the samples folder. This is why I joined you, fathers of the matter.

By the above reason, my participation here will start as a poster, making a lot of questions and hoping my mates be patient even with stupid questions. On the other hand, I hope I can collaborate with other subjects, mainly Harbour and SQL languages and bug reporting. I'm not a C language programmer too. So, develop HMG is not possible for me. But I may have ideas...

So, I think thats all for now.

Best regards from Brasil.

Alexandre Santos

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Post by esgici » Sun Feb 03, 2013 9:29 am

Olá Alex

Welcome aboard :)

Here all we are students and teachers for each other at the same time, according to subject and experience ;)

Apparently we will learn many thing from you :)

Happy HMG'ing :D

PS : RPG was my first love and Cobol the second ;)

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Post by danielmaximiliano » Sun Feb 03, 2013 10:32 am

Óla Alex :

Bienvenido a HMG, esperamos que libreré todas sus ideas siempre son necesarias

Bem-vindo a HMG, libreré espero que todas as suas idéias são sempre necessários

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Post by Rathinagiri » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:33 pm


Welcome aboard.
East or West HMG is the Best.
South or North HMG is worth.
...the possibilities are endless.

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Post by Leopoldo Blancas » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:56 pm

Bienvenido a bordo... y no hay preguntas tontas, lo que hay son tontos que no preguntan....!!!
Welcome aboard ... and there are no stupid questions, so there are fools who do not ask ....!!!


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Post by Pablo César » Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:57 pm

Seja bem vindo ao fórum HMG, Alexandre !

Espero que a sua experiência também possa ser compartilhada aqui também.

Um grande abraço,
HMGing a better world
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Post by AlxSts » Fri Aug 02, 2013 3:50 pm

Hello everyone!

Sorry for not responding before but I'd like to thank you all guys for welcoming me.

Alexandre Santos

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