From the Inside May/June 2015
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International Spectrum 2015 MultiValue Conference Recap
International Spectrum 2015, West Palm Beach Gardens, Florida was another great MultiValue Conference. If you didn't attend, this is your chance to find out what you missed during our four days of education, networking and fun. Read about our sessions, parties, and other networking events. Find out which were the most popular. And get the scoop on the 2016 conference.
For decades, MV BASIC has featured the CALL() statement, allowing for external subroutines invoked by mainline programs. Typically, one does this to share common code/ processing/algorithms, thus upholding the development principle of DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself). However, such features often come with a performance penalty. How much of a performance penalty?
Using Inner Recursion
Recursion is a painful topic for many programmers. This article shows you a more efficient way to approach data in unbalanced trees.
Clif Notes — New Blood Part 3
Clif wants us to stop "ducking." He talks about how changing habits within your IT department can make all the difference in the world. This article explores some behavior patterns that make MultiValue databases look old and hard to work with. See his suggestions on some minor changes you can make in your IT department to make it more appealing to new developers.