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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
January 2011

A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.


News Flashes

After a successful meeting in Atlanta at the Atlanta Area Pick User Group (AAPUG) on January 25, BlueFinity International will be on the road again to meet with two additional MultiValue community groups. David Cooper, chief architect at BlueFinity International, will meet with the Texas MultiValue Users Group (TEXMUG) on January 27, and the Colorado MultiValue Users Group (CMUG) on February 1.

The Revelation Users' Conference will be returning to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, later this year. The conference dates are Tuesday, October 4th through Friday, October 7th, 2011. Revelation Software has also announced that OpenInsight 9.2.1 is in the final stages of beta testing and is scheduled for release in February 2011.

Rocket Software recently held a UniVerse Fundamentals class with the students located from New Jersey to China. Rocket's Instructor-Led Online Training (ILOT) allows students to save on the cost of travel while still participating in a real classroom. Registration is now open for additional Rocket Software webinars.

The development team at BlueFinity International has released a new version of its toolset designed for creating Microsoft .NET- based applications requiring access to MultiValue logic and databases, mv.NET 4.2.2. mv.NET enables software designers to combine the power and flexibility of proven MultiValue technology with the feature-rich Microsoft .NET environment. Its seamless integration with Visual Studio provides a rapid application development environment fine-tuned for the MultiValue developer. "The ongoing development work on the mv.NET product range demonstrates BlueFinity's determination, commitment and ability to provide the MultiValue community with industry leading development tools for the Microsoft .NET environment," explains David Cooper, lead developer at BlueFinity.


Think About It

The NoSQL acronym suggests it's the SQL language that is the key difference between traditional relational and newer non-relational data stores, writes Guy Harrison in his Applications Insight column in the January DBTA E-Edition.

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