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International Spectrum - Jan/Feb 2009


GETTING REAL

One of the challenges of learning, testing, and evaluating software - especially reporting tools — is the lack of good example data. There is a lot of real data available on the Web, if you know how to grab it.

ROSS MORRISSEY


BUSINESS TECH: BECOMING A SOFTWARE VENDOR – PART 1

If you have ever had an idea for a new software product, this article is for you. You know how to write the code. Explore the business side of the equation.

CHARLES BAROUCH


CREATING A LOGGING CLIENT

One of the difficulties involved in any client/server or web project is determining what is happening at any given time. A logging client can help you stay on top of events.

BRIAN LEACH


ERP SYSTEMS AND THE MULTIVALUE ADVANTAGE

MultiValue programmers were writing ERP application before it was even called ERP. Let’s talk about what ERP is, the benefits, the problems, and what advantages our MultiValue packages have over the big guys.

CANDI HART


INDEXES IN OPENINSIGHT - PART 2: PRACTICAL USE

OpenInsight supports three different types of indexes. Learn how to add, maintain, and remove them in this article.

MIKE RUANE, REVELATION SOFTWARE


IMPROVING EXISTING SOFTWARE: REFACTORING - PART 2

Known among refactoring advocates as code “smells,” there are some key indicators that suggest a section of code might be a candidate for refactoring. Find out what they are and what to do about them.

CLIFTON OLIVER


 


 

Archived Issues

MARAPR 2006

MARAPR 2006

NEW LEADERSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL SPECTRUM So who is this new guy, and what is he going to do to our Spectrum? Find out what the new Chairman of International Spectrum plans to pursue. BY SHANNON STOLTZ

INVENTORY FOR PROGRAMMERS (PART
MY BLOG SPACE
HIGHLIGHTS FROM SPECTRUM ’06
INTERVIEW WITH INTERSYSTEMS
MIDDLEWARE METADATA AND MULTIV
USING THAT TRIGGER FINGER
MVCMS — OPEN SOURCE BACKED BY
DATABASE CHALLENGE
MAYJUN 2006

MAYJUN 2006

UNDERSTANDING OLAP AND PIVOT TABLES OLAP browsers,pivot tables, vectors, measures-it's a whole different language. Jim explains it using a tool you probably have on your desktop. Excel. BY JIM PAUL

SOA WHAT?
PRACTICAL ESB
INVENTORY FOR PROGRAMMERS, PAR
A BACKUP STRATEGY IN THE UNIDATA ENVIRONMENT
OVERVIEW OF MV.NET
AJAX AND OPENINSIGHT

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