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Roy Ellis has been working for Progress Software since 1995. He started in Technical Support where he supported the Progress database on all operating systems for versions 6 to 8 before transitioning into development. He was a member of the development teams that brought you WebSpeed, AppServer,...
Gary Clink is an experienced OpenEdge Consultant and pre-sales Engineer working for Progress Software from their UK office. Gary joined Progress in 1999 having previously worked for a Direct End-User (DEU) in the Petrochemicals industry and also for an OpenEdge Application Partner (AP) working in the...
According to the FT, the Financial Industry Regulatory Association
is undertaking a “sweep” of broker-dealers that offer direct market access to
high-frequency traders to find out if they have pre-trade risk management
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Rich Banville is a Progress® OpenEdge® Fellow at Progress Software. He joined Progress in 1993 with a background in operating system test and development. While working on OpenEdge products, Rich has focused primarily on the database storage manager and the SQL query processor. His areas of...
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