Rocket MultiValue and User Experience Design

Back in the 80’s, when I started in software UX, this discipline was not well-developed. For example, what made sense to the developer was really confusing to the user (Q. Anyone wonder why the UNIX ‘vi’ command has many shortcuts that you can do with one hand? A. So the programmer could eat pizza at […]

Meet Pulsiam

Founded in 1981, Los Angeles-based Pulsiam has spent decades providing a world-class technology solution to police, fire, and other public safety departments around the world. Built on the Rocket Software MultiValue application platform, the company’s flagship product SafetyNet, protects more than 100 million people and improves safety for first responders in the field. The key […]

Rocket R&D Implements Agile Development and Delivery

Rocket Software R&D has embraced the Agile Manifesto and philosophy across the board. I could espouse and list the many benefits of Agile but will filter it down to this: Agile ensures we expedite delivery of quality products that address our customers’ ever-changing business challenges and product requirements. While waterfall had its place, at Rocket […]

Why I hope you’ll subscribe to Rocket MultiValue emails

This post is for all my MultiValue partners and customers. You see, part of my job is communicating with you about what we’re doing at Rocket; most of the time it’s coming from the R&D Lab here in Denver. I sit in Denver with the MultiValue software developers, QA people, ID (aka documentation writers), MV […]

UniVerse 11.x Configurable Parameters: 2 of 2

Here is the second of two blogs on UniVerse configuration. These posts concentrate on those configuration parameters that are related to performance and those that apply hard limits on the system. In the first post, we looked at the configuration parameters introduced before UniVerse 11. Many of these have been part of UniVerse since its […]