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Nathan Rector

Company: International Spectrum

Bio

Nathan Rector, President of International Spectrum, has been in the MultiValue marketplace as a consultant, author, and presenter since 1992. As a consultant, Nathan specialized in integrating MultiValue applications with other devices and non-MultiValue data, structures, and applications into existing MultiValue databases. During that time, Nathan worked with PDA, Mobile Device, Handheld scanners, POS, and other manufacturing and distribution interfaces.

In 2006, Nathan purchased International Spectrum Magazine and Conference and has been working with the MultiValue Community to expand its reach into current technologies and markets. During this time he has been providing mentorship training to people converting Console Applications (Green Screen/Text Driven) to GUI (Graphical User Interfaces), Mobile, and Web. He has also been working with new developers to the MultiValue Marketplace to train them in how MultiValue works and acts, as well as how it differs from the traditional Relational Database Model (SQL).

 

Articles

  • From the Inside September/October 2018

    Gone are the days when your IT team was the only ones in the office who knew how to use technology. This change in tech aptitude has changed the approach to enterprise software. While that space has historically been quite slow to evolve, 2019 is set to bring about a shake-up to the status quo. Most of our companies seem to be struggling with where to go and what to do to keep relevant in the changing business world.

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  • Migrating NorthWind Database to a MultiValue Database

    RDBMS model doesn't really scale well in complexity. It never has. In many cases, it doesn't really scale well in volume, either. One of the best ways to see how MultiValue exceeds the abilities of competing technologies is by comparing apples to apples. If we take the Northwinds database into a MultiValue system, we can demonstrate the speed, the ease, and the scaling that we excel at in a clear and concise way.

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  • From the Inside July/August 2018

    It is that time of year again. I'm starting my planning for the 2019 Spectrum Conference. If you haven't yet seen the information for the 2019 Spectrum, it will be April 8th-11th at The Wigwam in Arizona.

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  • Using OWIN Security with MultiValue Data - Part 4: Two-Factor Login

    Two-Factor Authentication is starting to become a requirement in many industries. While you can implement a from-scratch workflow yourself, it can be a little cumbersome. The OWIN framework provided in ASP.NET does much of the work for you. This article explains how to implement Two-Factor Authentication in Multivalue using OWIN identity information we have implemented in previous articles.

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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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  • Video: Interfacing Your MultiValue Data with Excel

    Interfacing Your MultiValue Data with Excel (Date: 04/25/18 01:30PM) Florida 2018 Nathan Rector International Spectrum

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  • Video: Create and Populating PDF Documents

    Create and Populating PDF Documents (Date: 04/25/18 02:30PM) Florida 2018 Nathan Rector

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  • Video: MultiValue Benchmarking

    MultiValue Benchmarking (Date: 04/25/18 11:00AM) Florida 2018 Nathan Rector International Spectrum

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  • From the Inside March/April 2018

    Welcome to the International Spectrum 2018 Conference!

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