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  • 37th Annual Spectrum Conference Recap

    The International Spectrum Conference for 2018 covered a lot about modernizing systems and re-inventing your IT environment for both new and existing developers. See what you missed at this year's four days of education, networking, and more.

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  • From the Inside May/June 2018

    Our community has been battling this issue for years: the perceived lack of entry and mid-level developers. One of the things that I noticed in the last few Spectrum Conferences was that the age demographic of our attendees was trending younger.

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  • 37th Annual Spectrum Conference Recap

    The International Spectrum Conference for 2018 covered a lot about modernizing systems and re-inventing your IT environment for both new and existing developers. See what you missed at this year's four days of education, networking, and more.

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  • 4GL Spotlight: Evoke

    MultiValue is constantly evolving. That's not just a result of the database vendors doing new development. Our community has many companies within it that move us forward. An important segment are the tool vendors. BluFinity, known for mv.NET, has been building a serious, modern, code development environment. Welcome to Evoke.

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  • Business Tech: Watch Your Language

    Knowing a new developers roots, and how they were shown to do things is important when training new developers. In this Article, Chuck talks about how to talk at new developers that are coming from different languages.

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  • MV Your Way: Extending mvBASIC

    Every developer, regardless of languages used, tends to have a list of commands or processes or functions that annoy them. In MultiValue, it can be things like how the parenthetic version of the LOCATE statement has a parameter order of needle, haystack but the INDEX statement is haystack, needle. Or maybe you wish that OCONV had a few more options. This column is all about remaking MultiValue to work your way.

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