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Coverage of the OpenEdge 11.1 announcement.
John Bates comments on fat finger trades.
John Bates comments on Knight Capital flash crash.
A review of the Sitefinity 5.1 release with a focus on the pros and cons of ASP.NET MVC.
Big Data in Motion (Paul Griffin).
From the 2012 Tech 50, John Bates, is interviewed by Institutional Investor.
Ben writes on new FX trading platforms.
Theo writes about the Todd-Frank law.
Progress Software appoints Melissa Cruz Chief Financial Officer.
Richard Bentely comments on the rise of HFT.
Richard Bentely comments on HFT.
Richard Bentely comments on new SEC rule on clearing agencies.
Dan Hubscher comments on using forums to glean new information.
John Bates comments on using Twitter as a trading tool.
Interview with Colleen on new strategy.
Jefferies Bache Financial Services has selected and implemented the Progress Apama FX eCommerce solution.
Mike talks to Adrian regarding the cloud proposition.
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