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A Case Of The Mumps

Rob Tweed | The EWD Files | October 21, 2012

I’ve been a developer since the late 1970′s and still going strong. [...] In all that time, just two languages have come my way where I’ve thought: “yes, this is cool; this is fun; this makes me really productive”.  One you’ll know: Javascript.  The other you’ll have either not heard of [....]: it’s known as the Mumps language. Read More »

Can A Phoenix Arise From The Ashes Of Mumps?

Rob Tweed | The EWD Files | January 22, 2013

There’s a major problem that is growing increasingly critical in the Mumps application world: where are the new generation of developers going to come from to support what is a pretty massive legacy of applications? Read More »

Can A Phoenix Arise From The Ashes Of Mumps? (Part 2)

Rob Tweed | The EWD Files | January 23, 2013

My analysis in part 1 of this article suggests that the rest of the IT industry have never recognised anything particularly special or noteworthy about these characteristics which I think is our (the Mumps community’s) fault, not their’s... Read More »

Why JavaScript Will Become The Dominant Programming Language Of The Enterprise

Nolan Wright | ReadWrite | August 9, 2013

A simple learning curve and flexible skill set have JavaScript on the verge of taking over the enterprise. Read More »

MUMPS For VistA For Programmers Course Taught By Greg Kreis May 15-19, 2013

Event Details
Open Source Event
May 15, 2013 (All day) - May 19, 2013 (All day)
Gold Room, Johnson Center, George Mason University Fairfax, VA
United States

This four and a half day course introduces a programmer to the MUMPS language and teaches its effective use in creating real applications in the VA's VistA setting. Greg is the person the VA hires to teach its new programmers. It is rarely if ever possible to sign up for his courses as they are usually closed except to unless a company hires Greg to teach a block of 10-24 people at once. Read More »