Rick Schummer is the president and lead geek at his company White Light
Computing, Inc., which is headquartered in southeast Michigan, USA. He
prides himself in guiding his customers' Information Technology
investment toward success. He enjoys working with top-notch developers;
has a passion for developing software using best practices, and for
surpassing customer expectations, not just meeting them. After hours he
writes developer tools that improve productivity and occasionally pens
articles for FoxTalk, FoxPro Advisor, and several user group
Rick co-authored Hentzenwerke Publishing's MegaFox: 1002 Things You
Wanted To Know About Extending Visual FoxPro and the award-winning 1001
Things You Wanted To Know About Visual FoxPro (KiloFox) with Marcia
Akins and Andy Kramek.
Rick is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (VFP) and a Microsoft
Certified Professional. He is founding member and Secretary of the
Detroit Area Fox User Group (DAFUG), and he presents at user groups
across North America, and at the GLGDW 2000-2003, EssentialFox
2002-2004, Southwest Fox 2004, and VFE DevCon 2K2 conferences.
He spends his free time with his family, cheers the kids as they play
soccer and compete in robotics competitions, has a volunteer role with
the Boy Scouts, and loves spending time camping, cycling, coin
collecting, reading, and cooking breakfast on Sunday mornings.