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Darrylles (Programmer) (OP)
19 Aug 02 21:04
Hi all,

I've found that my Uniface dev skills are sought after - after 3 years out of Uniface.

My last version was really 6 - some 7 conversion / usage.

Without having the version 7 'major' change in architecture and how Uniface works, where best to get up to speed? (Not just speed, but also meaningful knowledge?)

I am aware of the Compuware site - not very 'low-level' from what I could find.

Seems that this forum hasn't quite taken off. Hopefully, after I've contacted a few people - Tek-Tips will become a more Uniface aware site.



"Never argue with an idiot, he'll bring you down to his level - then beat you with experience."

gawdknows (TechnicalUser)
17 Apr 03 19:32
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