This is a track mainly encompassing specific topics that are more management and user related, than technical related.
The sessions you will find here are designed to be more conceptual and high-level design and information needed by management help plan upcoming projects, or to help explain how specific technologies are used.
For years, we have been able to print our MultiValue data
directly to the printer, and everyone was happy. Now you
need to provide your raw data on user defined form, or in
prettier formats than traditional "green bar". This topic
will cover how to turn your raw printout into something
that is in formats that the users like and want.
The sessions will look at how to create different printouts
and display your raw data with fonts, colors, barcodes, and
charts to help visualize data better.
Everyone does the web, but are you maximizing your web
investment. While everyone has a web present of some kind,
many are still trying to figure out how to present their
real-time data on the web.
In these topics we will talk about how to present
MultiValue data on your company website, like production
Qty On-hand or customer order status.
Mobile and Tablet development is not like desktop and web
development. It is a bit in-between. Designing a
portable/mobile application for your business takes a
different mindset than a desktop or console (Green Screen)
We'll take you through all the peices that are needed to create
a mobile/table applications from UI design, through all the connections
components, and into how to interact with the database.
Extracting and manipulating MultiValue data in excel.
These sessions will talk about all different ways to get data into
Excel. How to export data from MultiValue into Excel friendly files,
different options for transporting the data from the server to the
client, and how to pull data directly from the MultiValue Database
Working with the desktop is still a must. Even with web
and mobile applications growing, there is still many things that
can only be done from a keyboard and mouse.
This topic will show how to design the user interface, and exchange
data with your MultiValue business applications effiently.
MultiValue Fundamentals are sessions designed to introduce the core concepts of MultiValue databases to non-multivalued developers an users. Many session are management level and power-user level, and designed to introduce technics to working with MultiValue databases.
Understanding the differences between a Relational Database (SQL) and a MultiValue/NOSQL database are also key topics within this track. Knowing how to translate existing Relational Database knowledge into MultiValue database is key to understanding the power they provide.
Without customers, your business can not do anything. Without the business your software is worthless. Communicating with the customer is essential, but relaying on people to do the communication is not always the best solution. Create emails directly from your Enterprise software is a requirement.
If your enterprise application doesn't push information to your customer effectively, then you are missing a lot opportunity. This topic will take you through the different methods of communicating with the customer or internal staff directly from your MultiValue Application.
There are many technologies that developers user or need
to implement that is not MultiValue Database specific. These
sessions are about technologies related to MultiValue but
used in releation to the MultiValue databases.