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International Spectrum - May/Jun 2012


BUSINESS TECH: THE COST OF CONTEXT SWITCHING

A lot has been written about the subject of multitasking and context switching. Most of the articles against multitasking concentrate on a very narrow time definition of a task. This article takes a broader view.

CHARLES BAROUCH


BUILDING RESTFUL WEB APPLICATIONS — BUILDING A WEBSITE IN MULTIVALUE

This article about using widely available tools to build your website and using MultiValue to provide the data and the business logic presents a complete step-by-step example of using REST web services. OpenQM supplies the MultiValue data. All other tools are OpenSource.

MIKE RYDER


ROLLING YOUR OWN MULTIVALUE WEB CONNECTOR: PART 3

This series has shown how easy it is to connect just about any MultiValue system to the web using a little bit of Basic, a little bit of PHP, and a single environment variable. Now that the basics have been covered, this final article in this series will tie up a few loose ends.

KEVING KING


INTERNATIONAL SPECTRUM 2012 CONFERENCE RECAP INTERVIEW

At the International Spectrum 2012 Conference, Nathan introduced a roundtable lunch panel with some of the regular Conference speakers. The attendees were invited to ask these panelists ad hoc questions, but as the moderator, Nathan didn’t get to express any of his views. So we put him on the spot to hear his answers to some of the questions asked of the panelists, plus find out more about the conference and International Spectrum’s plans.


 


 

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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

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