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Charles Barouch is the CTO of HDWP, Inc. He is also a regular contributor to International Spectrum Magazine, a former Associate Editor for both Database Trends and for Gateways Magazine, a former distance learning Instructor for CALC. He is presently the Past President of the U2UG. Mr. Barouch has presented technology and business topics in front of hundreds of companies, in a wide range of product and service categories. He is available for on-site speaking and consulting engagements in and out of the United States.


Conference Sessions

Predictive Analytics: Turning your Data into Inventory and Manufacturing Insights. 4/23/2018 10:00:00 AM
Hiring: How to Interview Tech Talent 4/23/2018 1:30:00 PM
BASIC Standards 4/23/2018 2:30:00 PM
Creating Business APIs for your non-MultiValuie Developers 4/23/2018 3:30:00 PM
Python Primer with MultiValue Integration 4/25/2018 9:00:00 AM
PROC is Dead, Long Live PROC - Confessions of a PROC-aholic 4/25/2018 11:00:00 AM



  • Spotlight: 4GL

    We're going to kick off a series of spotlight articles on various 4GLs by offering a crash course on why you want a 4GL. Whether your challenge is integrating with new technologies, accelerating development time, embracing RAD, or working with bigger teams, 4GLs can help you build bigger, better, and faster applications.


  • Business Tech: UI/UX Part V

    In the final part of our series on UI/UX, we examine ways to extend the concepts beyond software and into other aspects of your work.


  • Business Tech: UI/UX Part IV: Kansei Engineering

    When we think of programming as engineering, we can get lost in a sea of methods like Waterfall and Agile. This isn't that article. Kansei engineering is a guiding principal for mechanical engineering which adapts surprisingly well to programming. Let's take our view of UX up a notch and examine a philosophy that promotes user experience to the top of our priority list.


  • Business Tech: UX and UI Part III - Compliance

    When we think about law and coding, it usually conjures up movie images of hackers doing illegal things in thirty seconds that would take hours or days. Truth is, even the good guys can run afoul of the law — easily and without intent — but still in an extremely serious way. Legal compliance isn't just a thing we have to do, it is a thing we must embrace.


  • The Six Million Dollar Open

    The term extensible means that a language or format can be tweaked, adjusted, or expanded by the users. It can go beyond what the original designers had in mind. MvBASIC is extensible. The open command is an excellent candidate for an extensible makeover.


  • UX/UI Part II: Assumptions

    Interfaces work, or fail, based on agreed reality. The challenge isn't solely about languages. It has to do with culture, generational changes, and real world experience. Computer programming is a dialog between the programmer and the user. Let's start questioning the assumptions we make in creating our conversations.


  • Business Tech: UX/UI Part I

    Programming has escaped the computer. It's in our phones, our TVs, even in our kitchen appliances. Now might be a good time to re-think how your programs connect to the people who use them. UX and UI are the current words for a very old idea: making things obvious.


  • Video: Intro to AI and Decision Support Systems

    Intro to AI and Decision Support Systems (Date: 05/01/17 01:30PM) Arizona 2017 CHARLES BAROUCH HDWP


  • Video: Intro to Python

    Intro to Python (Date: 05/04/17 09:00AM) Arizona 2017 CHARLES BAROUCH HDWP


  • Business Tech: AI and DSS: Part II

    SQL is designed for a specific type of optimization. MultiValue is designed for thingedness. Charles explains this odd term and gives some insight into the cultural differences between these two approaches.


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