SHOW REVIEW: SPECTRUM 2003 - SHOWCASING THE WORLD OF CHOICE
Spectrum 2003 was the place to be to see the MultiValue industry's newest innovations, hear about the "state of the MultiValue market," and learn about the latest technologies.
Creating, following or enforcing programming standards is quite a challenge, particularly in the MultiValue environment. By Mark Johnson
PALM VS. POCKETPC - WHICH IS BETTER?
Deciding whether the Palm or the PocketPC is better all depends on which one is right for your business needs. By Nathan Rector
CORPORATE REPORT: NORTHGATE INFORMATION SOLUTIONS: BRINGING REALITY BACK TO THE FOREFRONT
Northgate Information Solutions kicks off an aggressive campaign to reintroduce the Reality DBMS back into the North American market, with Rich Lauer and Tim Holland leading the charge.
GREETINGS FROM REVELATION SOFTWARE!
An introduction to a new column that will give technical tips for OpenInsight, Revelation's MultiValue-based DBMS that runs on PCs. By Mike Ruane
WEBONOMICS 101: 76 TROMBONES AND A BIG SPOOF PARADE
Spoofing is a clever and sophisticated attack on computer systems. Here's how to guard against these breaches of security. By Melvin Soriano
LEGACY CORNER: DYNAMIC VERSUS DIMENSIONED ARRAYS
Explore the pros and cons of the two array type variables that MV systems offer. By Mark Johnson
BTW (BY THE WAY)
In a timely coincidence, right after the author wrote that MultiValue is the world's classiest XML repository, Raining Data released developer's versions of TigerLogic XDMS 1.0 for Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The author weighs in with his opinion about the new XML software. By Steve VanArsdale
THE HISTORY OF MULTIVALUE, CHAPTER 10: THE TIMELINE
We've come a long way, baby! See the milestones and triumphs of the MultiValue market. By Gus Giobbi