Author: Niel Powers

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  • OpenEdge Architect: Why Not?

    I met with some of the members of the New England PUG (Progress User Group) today.  We talked about several things and asked them many questions.  Among those questions were these:
        1) Are you using OpenEdge Architect today?
        2) If not, why...

    November 12, 2007
  • Now Featuring...

    With the OpenEdge Advanced GUI right around the corner (well, coming soon anyway), I thought that it was appropriate to start a discussion on one of those four application pillars - Features.  As you may recall, I defined features as those characteristics of the software that aid in usability...

    October 11, 2007
  • The Four Pillars of a Successful Application

    When working with OpenEdge partners, it is not unusual to hear some statement like, "It's a great product, but I just can't through the demo."  Or perhaps, "We have better functionality, but we still lose deals."  These laments point to a common problem with business...

    October 03, 2007
  • Welcome

    PSDN has become quite a success.  The traffic is continuous (kind of like Boston highways) and the site contains lots of useful information.  The forums are mainly active, although there are a few that could use a little more activity.

    But a few of us in Progress felt like we were...

    October 02, 2007