From the Inside March/April 2019
There has been an issue that our community has been battling for years: The perceived lack of entry and mid-level developers. We hear this all the time. "I can hire .NET/JAVA/etc. programmer directly out of col-lege and they will already know how to do 'X'".
International Spectrum 2019 MultiValue Conference Recap
International Spectrum 2019 wrapped up on April 12th. Read the interview with Nathan Rector, President of International Spectrum, about the conference and what he sees the direction of MultiValue.
Business Tech: A Seat at the Table: Improving the IT Image
IT has been accused of being out of sync with the companies we work for. While I might post a pun - or six - on social media, my office e-mails tend to be more serious. We don't have to turn ourselves into perfectly neutered drones but we do need to act like we are part of the team if we want the team to accept us.
Migrating NorthWind Database to a MultiValue Database - SQL Data-Types and MultiValue
In our continuing series of comparisons between SQL and MultiValue, we take a deeper dive into data architecture. What SQL lacks in flexibility is made clearly evident when we see how much more proformant the same data can be when managed in a MultiValue datastore.
Six Million Dollar FLSS
In previous issues, we've rebuilt the OPEN and the DATE input. This time we'll look at two additional areas, error messages and security routines. We have the technology to build them better than before. Here's some ideas on how to do just that, quickly and efficiently. Pullquote: The application controls are security that you bake into your applications.