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Live from Rocket MultiValue University: learning from our customers

Our Customer Advisory Boards (CAB) always stimulate good conversations, but the one we hosted yesterday at Rocket MultiValue University was the first CAB where we’ve had the benefit of in-person participation, making for a particularly lively discussion. Participants included a mix of more than 30 distributors, ISVs, and even a couple of end users from […]

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Python will be a major theme at Rocket MultiValue University 2015

It’s less than two weeks until Rocket MultiValue University 2015, and my excitement around the event continues to grow. I am most interested in the sessions around the modern programming languages such as PHP, Node.JS, AngularJS, and Python. At MVU, you can immerse yourself in Python with an awesome training session, including a high-level overview […]

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12 Facts About Rocket MultiValue Certifications

This October 5-8 we’ll be hosting Rocket MultiValue University 2015 at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, at the heart of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. During the event, we’ll be offering several certification exams. If you’ve never taken a Rocket certification exam before, here are 12 things you should know. Prove your knowledge: […]

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Focused on security? Join us at Rocket MultiValue University!

Whether you’re responsible for it or it’s just on your radar, security is important to everyone. That’s why we’ve designed a security track at MultiValue University (MVU). The track includes high-level overview sessions, detailed product training and hands-on labs. MultiValue Security Overview will be presented by Nik Kesic, our Principal Technical Support Engineer, and Steve […]

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Parse JSON with U2 Dynamic Objects

UniVerse and UniData now have the ability to work with JSON or XML as an object, simplifying when you need to either create or consume those formats. As of UniVerse 11.1 and UniData 7.3, U2 Dynamic Objects (UDO for short) help you easily work with these formats. Weather Service To help us build our example, […]

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Rocket MultiValue on GitHub

Did you know that Rocket Software has lots of sample code and demos on GitHub? The main repository for Rocket MV can be found at You’ll find resources organized into U2 and D3 main directories, and underneath that should be a self explanatory structure of demos organized by technology. What is GitHub? “GitHub is […]

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