From the Inside May/June 2014
Well, one more International Spectrum Conference is complete. Now it's time to look at my next twelve months to decide what I want to do, change, and plan for the next year.
Marketing Basics for MultiValue: How to Market without a Marketing Background
Not all of us have Marketing Departments. If your marketing is do-it-yourself, you should be reading this to learn about all the latest marketing terms and what they mean to your business.
International Spectrum MultiValue User Conference 2014 Conference Recap
International Spectrum 2014 was a hit with new and existing developers.See what you missed at this year's four days of education, networking and fun. Look at what "Start-to-Finish" tracks were available to MultiValue developers and what the attendees had access to.
Clif Notes: The Ice Cream is Back!
Read Clif's point of view on the International Spectrum 2014 MultiValue Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. There was much to experience at this year's conference, not just the return of the ice cream sundaes!
Unstructured Data: Using OCR to perfect Accounting Data Entry
Opticial Data Capture has moved from specialized uses into many Line of Business Applications (LOB) as primary input devices. While it is still largely overlooked, it can speed up data entry and accuracy in book keeping and accounting departments significantly.
Roll Your Own (Highly Experimental) MultiValue Database Part 1
Chuck gets "geekish" in this article exploring the thought process required to make a database engine. Our MultiValue database vendors do this job so well and seamlessly that developers often forget what really is going on and how much they don't have think about when working with their Line of Business applications. This is Part 1 of a series of articles walking us through the process for creating a database engine called "Lumpy."