MV apps for Web2.0

Web2.0, SOA, SaaS – there are similarities and vast differences but what they all have in common is that MV business applications are generally not prepared for any of them. I’m looking for a good accounting system that can be used in the modern business world. If you have one, let me know. If not, here’s how you, the VAR […]

A closer look at mv.NET – Part 1

I’m going to post a few articles to describe various facets of mv.NET, both for people who have never seen it as well as for those who are using it. I’ll start here with info about webinars, a video, and some info about the “big picture”.

Web Services for MV – The basics

As discussed in another blog, I recently created a new product which will make it a LOT easier for MV developers to make their applications accessible via Web Services. This blog/article goes deeper into explaining what that product does and the thought process in creating it.

New Web Services for MV

We have a new product that’s in a highly functional alpha status and I’d like to enter into discussions with people to discuss required features. In short, this allows BASIC subroutines to quickly render as Web Services for inbound requests from trading partners. It’s primarily an end-user product but of course VARs are welcome to offer this as a value-add […]

Starting to use FBGraph.NET

If you’re a .NET developer and interested in Facebook development, the FBGraph.NET SDK is definitely going to be of value. Keep an eye on the project for when it gets published. Here are today’s notes

New Facebook blog category

I’ll start this new blog category with a blunt statement. I really dislike Facebook. It’s a wildly popular website/platform/application, but it’s very poor quality software. That said, I plan to write applications that integrate with Facebook (and other sites like Twitter, Google apps, etc) so I’ll document in this section my thoughts and experiences with coding into the platform.

A view on languages and where I’m focusing my development

A respected colleague, Bob Joslyn, asked in CDP if I had yet looked at a new language called Go. As of the moment I saw the question, my answer was no. But I just took a quick look and thought this blog would be a better place to post some thoughts on language, and development in general.