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With enhancements in the OpenEdge 10.1x release family, ABL (Advanced Business Language) is being extended with standard formal object-oriented (OO) functionality: objects, classes, methods, polymorphism, inheritance, delegation, statics, properties, strong typing, and more.
One of the major new areas in OpenEdge 10 is the language support for classes. ABL now lets you define source files as classes, as an alternative to procedures, to take advantage of many valuable object-oriented features established by languages like Java and C#, including inheritance and...
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending Eclipsecon 2008, Eclipse conference, in Santa Clara, CA. The conference was well attended with 1404 attendees representing 37 countries. There were 10 parallel tracks and with a wide range of sessions from “Getting started” to “How to make money with...
Does scalability only apply to very large deployments ?
Try this, fold a piece of paper in half by bringing the top edge down to meet the bottom edge. Now imagine an OpenEdge application with a 20GB database that uses either wifi or cabled network to run a small business. Imagine the business...
Are toasters and vacuum cleaners ultimate examples of commodities? Of course!, right? Well, think again.
A few months back I read ‘The Myth of Commoditization’ by Michael Schrage, an article in the ‘MIT Sloan Management...
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