Lets's Talk Computers - Alpha Software  March 10, 2012
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Alpha Software
Interview on March 10, 2012
New feature of Alpha Five version 11 part 5     Guest: Richard Rabins
Alpha Software has over 1 million users by focusing on building desktop and web databases quickly and easily.

Richard Rabins, Co-Chairman of Alpha Software continues our informative series on "How to Build Robust, Powerful, Bulletproof Applications with Alpha Five Version 11." This time we will focus on "Why Alpha Five Version 11 Super Components make it Easier for Developers to Add External Modules To Alpha Five Desktop and Web Applications. To find out more about "How to Build Robust, Powerful, Bulletproof Applications with Alpha Five Version 11, part 5" and to read a complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.alphasoftware.com/press/letstalkcomputers/fmar_10_2012
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