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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 2017

    As I plan for the 2018 Conference in April, I'm always looking for interesting and fun things for at-tendees to do. As part of the planning for the MultiValue Bootcamp track I was looking for how oth-er conferences have run that sort of training in their own industries. In doing so, I ran across the concept of a Coding Retreat. A Coding Retreat is very similar to the Code Katas that I've talked about in past FTIs, but it sounds like a lot more fun.

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  • Populating PDF Forms with MultiValue Data

    PDF documents are commonly used as a medium of exchange for read-only information between businesses, users, and customers. They are used as email attachments, and for delivering invoices, reports, and many other documents that businesses do not want altered. One commonly overlooked feature of PDF documents is the ability to generate them automatically. We can create a mail-merge process to populate pre-formatted forms with business data. This article will talk about how to populate your PDFs with MultiValue data.

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  • From the Inside May/June 2017

    User Group Members Wanted!

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  • IS.UUID.V4: UUID V4 Random Generation

    A Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) is an identifier standard used in many non-MultiValue databases and software to generate a Unique ID outside of using incremental numbers. A UUID is simply a 128-bit unique value that can be expressed as either a larger number or a string.

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  • Video: Integrating Office365 Web Service with MultiValue BASIC Routines

    Integrating Office365 Web Service with MultiValue BASIC Routines (Date: 05/01/17 03:30PM) Arizona 2017 Nathan Rector

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  • Video: Disaster Recovery Planning

    Disaster Recovery Planning (Date: 05/04/17 09:00AM) Arizona 2017 Nathan Rector International Spectrum

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  • Video: Integrating SalesForce with your MultiValue Application

    Integrating SalesForce with your MultiValue Application (Date: 05/04/17 10:00AM) Arizona 2017 Nathan Rector International Spectrum

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  • From the Inside March/April 2017

    Innovate or your application will die a slow death. Harsh words, but we have been hearing it, and saying it, for years. Our employees and management are demanding more and more from the existing systems and business applications. Most companies have come to rely on their business software and systems more than they rely on their employees.

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  • MultiValue Framework vs. NoSQL/Relational Database

    We don't call a jacket a lapel just because a jacket has a lapel. Likewise, we need to stop calling MultiValue a database just because it has one. There's so much more. Underselling the power we bring to every project is a thing of the past.

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  • IS.HASH.MD5 Generating with UniBASIC DIGEST Command

    The MD5 message-digest algorithm is a widely used cryptographic hash function producing a 128-bit (16-byte) hash value, typically expressed in text format as a 32-digit hexadecimal number. MD5 has been utilized in a wide variety of cryptographic applications and is also commonly used to verify data integrity.

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