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  • Help Me Help You: The Must-Haves Behind Project Development

    "What's broken?" "I don't know." "He's on third base." Many times a support call with a customer ends up sounding more like an Abbot and Costello sketch than a rational conversation between two subject matter experts — a business customer and an application developer. Sometimes we, the developers, need to educate our clients as to how to help us find what's wrong and come to a correct solution.

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  • MultiValue BASIC and C# Syntax Comparison

    MultiValue BASIC is excellent for developing Business and Enterprise console applications, as well as string manipulation and business rules. Many people chose to use .NET for the GUI and UI development, whether it is ASP.NET, WinForms, or XAML. When working in these environments, it is handy to have a cheat sheet of how each language implements it syntax.

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  • MultiValue BASIC and VB.NET Syntax Comparison

    MultiValue BASIC is excellent for developing Business and Enterprise console applications, as well as string manipulation and business rules. Many people choose C#for the GUI and UI development, whether it is ASP.NET, WinForms, or XAML. When working in these environments, it is handy to have a cheat sheet of how each language implements it syntax.

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  • The Rock and the Hard Place: Parallel and Agile Development — Part 1: Parallel Development

    In our fast-paced, modern, development environments, the old data processing methodologies are disappearing. Large, up-front design and development techniques can no longer meet the delivery requirements of today's fast-paced, rapidly changing, user demands and competitive pressures. Like it or not, MultiValue shops need to embrace the concepts of both parallel and agile development.

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  • Zero-Defect MultiValue Applications

    Is it possible to develop zero-defect MultiValue applications? MultiValue databases are renowned for their rapid application development (RAD) capabilities. Many applications by experts in their respective fields, but most were not skilled in software engineering. That is both the upside and downside of having an easy to use database facility that anyone can use.

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