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  • D3 NT 7.5.5 has been released

    (Thursday, July 2, 2009) - TigerLogic is pleased to announce the general availability of D3 NT 7.5.5 for the Windows platform.

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  • MultiValue UserGroup Meetings

    (Monday, October 15, 2018) - SAPUG - Seattle Area Pick User Group - Date: TBD | TEXMUG North - Texas MultiValue User Group - Date: TBD | CMUG - Colorado MultiValue Users Group - Date: TBD | SoCalRUG - Southern Calif Revelation UserGroup - Date: TBD

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  • Entrinsik Names New Director of Channel Partnerships

    (Friday, July 10, 2009) - Entrinsik, Inc announces the appointment of Chris Reeves to Director of Channel Partnerships.

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  • Kore Technologies Release of Kourier Integrator for U2 2.2.1

    (Wednesday, July 1, 2009) - Kore Technologies has announced that Kourier Integrator for U2 Release 2.2.1 is now available. Kourier Integrator for U2 is Kore's enterprise integration suite which provides extract, transform, and load (ETL) and enterprise application integration (EAI) capabilities for connecting IBM U2 applications to Microsoft SQL Server and other best-in-class applications.

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  • MultiValue Jobs Available

    (Monday, October 15, 2018) - Pick Data Warehouse Programming Specialist-PA | Sr PICK Developer - NJ | Consultant-NJ | Software Application Developer - Chicago | Unidata/PICK Developer - TX | PICK Programmer-LA

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  • Ashwood Computer Appointed SpoolerPlus VAR by Sysmark Information Systems

    (Wednesday, July 29, 2009) - Sysmark Information Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Ashwood Computer, Inc., specializing in Multivalue software conversions from legacy Pick databases to UniVerse and UniData, was appointed a Value Added Reseller for SpoolerPlus, the legacy Pick print spooler for UniVerse and UniData.

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  • MultiValue Tech Tip!

    (Monday, January 1, 2007) - I just upgraded to a new version of Red Hat Linux, and value marks (CHAR(253)), and I assume other system delimiters, no longer show up on my display. Not only do they not display, they eat the next character.

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