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It has been some time since PowerBuilder was on top of the world, with human resource managers constantly on the prowl for developers with PB skills.
Adaptations...as software developers we thrive on adaptations. A large part of our present and future work is and will be simply morphing or adapting our previous efforts or the efforts of others before us.
At TechWave 2002, I was able to catch up with Dave Fish, Sybase PowerBuilder Evangelist, and ask him a few questions. I hope you find his responses as interesting as I did.
It has been some time since PowerBuilder was on top of the world, with human resource managers constantly on the prowl for developers with PB skills.
With the economy down and corporate revenues stalled, how can companies reinvent themselves, live on tighter budgets, and thrive in the changing markets?
If you're using PowerBuilder 6 or 7 for new development, you should really be using PB 8. It's the fastest way to build a new client/server application or move PowerBuilder business logic to a distributed n-tier environment.
Adaptations...as software developers we thrive on adaptations. A large part of our present and future work is and will be simply morphing or adapting our previous efforts or the efforts of others before us.
At TechWave 2002, I was able to catch up with Dave Fish, Sybase PowerBuilder Evangelist, and ask him a few questions. I hope you find his responses as interesting as I did.
With the economy down and corporate revenues stalled, how can companies reinvent themselves, live on tighter budgets, and thrive in the changing markets?
If you're using PowerBuilder 6 or 7 for new development, you should really be using PB 8. It's the fastest way to build a new client/server application or move PowerBuilder business logic to a distributed n-tier environment.
Many PowerBuilder programmers over the last year have been spending most, if not all, of their efforts developing Web-enabled applications or distributed solutions - solutions that take advantage of Sybase's Enterprise Application Server.
Do you ever wonder, after making a really cool JSP, PowerDynamo, or ASP page, just how much of a resource load will result? How many concurrent calls will max out the CPU on the servers? Wouldn't it be great if you could find out before the QA people start bashing on it? Wouldn't it be...
Forget how or why your Web project is in Active Server Pages and the whole debate that accompanies it, and let's discuss something you can use.
The HTML DataWindow is a great starting tool for any PB programmer. When I began developing applications for the Web knowing little if any HTML, using the HTML DataWindow enabled me to deploy data to the Web immediately.
Many PowerBuilder programmers over the last year have been spending most, if not all, of their efforts developing Web-enabled applications or distributed solutions - solutions that take advantage of Sybase's Enterprise Application Server.
Do you ever wonder, after making a really cool JSP, PowerDynamo, or ASP page, just how much of a resource load will result? How many concurrent calls will max out the CPU on the servers? Wouldn't it be great if you could find out before the QA people start bashing on it? Wouldn't it be...
Forget how or why your Web project is in Active Server Pages and the whole debate that accompanies it, and let's discuss something you can use.
The HTML DataWindow is a great starting tool for any PB programmer. When I began developing applications for the Web knowing little if any HTML, using the HTML DataWindow enabled me to deploy data to the Web immediately.