MultiValue Application Platform
There's more demand for skilled developers than ever before, and companies that rely on the Rocket MultiValue Application Platform are competing with others for new graduates. At the same time, experienced MultiValue developers are approaching retirement age. But new developers are skilled in Python and Java, not BASIC. How can you attract and retain the new talent you need and make it easier for them to support your MultiValue apps today and tomorrow?
We’re always looking for ways to bring new innovation to the Rocket MultiValue Application Platform. For example, we’re the only MultiValue provider that integrates support for the Python programming language, which is the most-taught language in computer science classes worldwide. That means new graduates and younger developers can create MultiValue functionality using a language that they already know, rather than forcing them to learn BASIC. They can develop entirely new applications in Python, or even use Python to access application logic written in BASIC. They can even use Python to add new or existing third-party packages to your existing MultiValue applications. That means you can better respond to customer needs and get new features to market quickly.
With Rocket MultiValue, developers get the best of both worlds: the legendary reliability, performance, simplicity and efficiency of MultiValue applications, with the look, feel and usability of today’s applications.
We make it easy to introduce new developers to the Rocket MultiValue MultiValue Application Platforms, as well as keep your existing developers’ skills up to date. Training programs offered by Rocket or authorized training partners can be conducted on-site or online to accommodate different learning styles, different schedules, and different locations. Your developers can even build their résumés and gain recognition in the MultiValue community by taking the Rocket MultiValue Certification exam.
APT Rocket.Build Finalist Eddie O’Donnell
APT Rocket.Build Finalist George Christen