What do YOU Think about TECH 24?

The new technologies and their impact on our society. Every Wednesday at 16h15 (Paris Time) – Presented by Rebecca BOWRING and Eric OLANDER, Internet specialist.
Digital technology is now at the centre of many important world events, impacting everything from politics to economics to culture. TECH 24 hosts Rebecca Bowring and Eric Olander break it all down and explore the week’s key trends and technology news.

Well, I’ve been on the Mac since 1988. I have an iPad, an iPod and an iPhone and I’m perfectly happy. Microsoft who?

NoeliePoelie (as my grandchildren call me)

Noel Mooney said

 

5 thoughts on “What do YOU Think about TECH 24?

    • You’re right. The progress is the idea that the world can become increasingly better in terms of science, technology, modernization, liberty, democracy, quality of life, etc.

      • we can talk about OpenEdge Advanced Business Language, or OpenEdge ABL for short, is a business application development language created and maintained by Progress Software Corporation (PSC). The language, typically classified as a fourth-generation programming language, uses an English-like syntax to simplify software development.[1] The name was changed in 2006 to OpenEdge Advanced Business Language (OpenEdge ABL), by PSC, from PROGRESS, also known as Progress 4GL, in order to overcome a presumed industry perception that 4GLs were less capable than other languages.[2] The language was called PROGRESS or Progress 4GL prior to the release of version 10.0. A subset of the language, called SpeedScript, is used in the development of web applications.[3]
        OpenEdge ABL helps developers to develop applications optionally using its own integrated relational database and programming tool. These applications are portable across computing systems and allow access to various popular data sources without having to learn the underlying data access methods. This means that the end-user of these products can be unaware of the underlying architecture.
        By combining a fourth generation language and relational database, OpenEdge ABL allows the use of the Rapid Application Development (RAD) model for developing software. A programmer and even end users can do rapid prototyping using the integrated and GUI tools of the development environment.

    • We can talk about OpenEdge Advanced Business Language, or OpenEdge ABL for short, is a business application development language created and maintained by Progress Software Corporation (PSC).

      The language, typically classified as a fourth-generation programming language, uses an English-like syntax to simplify software development.[1]

      The name was changed in 2006 to OpenEdge Advanced Business Language (OpenEdge ABL), by PSC, from PROGRESS, also known as Progress 4GL, in order to overcome a presumed industry perception that 4GLs were less capable than other languages.[2]

      The language was called PROGRESS or Progress 4GL prior to the release of version 10.0. A subset of the language, called SpeedScript, is used in the development of web applications.[3]

      OpenEdge ABL helps developers to develop applications optionally using its own integrated relational database and programming tool. These applications are portable across computing systems and allow access to various popular data sources without having to learn the underlying data access methods. This means that the end-user of these products can be unaware of the underlying architecture.

      By combining a fourth generation language and relational database, OpenEdge ABL allows the use of the Rapid Application Development (RAD) model for developing software. A programmer and even end users can do rapid prototyping using the integrated and GUI tools of the development environment.

  1. Yes it’s new for me the OpenEdge Advanced Business Language.
    New integrated relational database and programming tool. Outstanding! The use of SpeedScript of “Progress 4GL” is really important for the application velocity.
    Nice information.

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