For those of you that don’t know, I have written several articles for the ISUG Technical Journal. I’ve been paid for one and refused payment on the others. Are there other authors that haven’t been paid for one reason or another? This is not meant as a dig at ISUG but simply determining if I’m […]
The following is MY perception of Sybase’s PowerBuilder: Years ago PowerBuilder was king. No one could touch it. It was relatively inexpensive. Microsoft’s Visual Basic matured and the Pascal based Borland’s Delphi was released. Then it fell and fall it did. As it was falling from the throne Sybase purchased Powersoft, makers of PowerBuilder. As […]
The article I submitted (migration to Oracle from Sybase and surviving in the workplace) was so very different as to the article that was published. My piece was too controversial for ISUG to release (Sybase to Oracle) so it was changed, not be me and not by the editor. It became a weird Unix to […]
Over on ISUG‘s SIG-ASE mailing list, Peter Thawley wrote up the following reply that I think everyone using Sybase ASE and is thinking of using a RAM disk should be aware of. When I asked Peter if I could repost his message on my blog he agreed Creating a RAM Disk Joe and Shane are […]
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