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Issue: 10.3 (March/April 2012)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: When RBD publisher Marc Zeedar was a kid he used to create magazines just for fun. Now he's doing it for a living! You may contact him at editor@RBDeveloper.com.
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I am always looking for new writers, experienced or not. If you've got ideas for articles or an on-going column, please let me know. I'd really love some Postmortems of projects so if you've done anything interesting in Real Studio, give me a shout!

A Real Studio Calendar

You'll notice a new feature in this issue: a Real Studio-oriented calendar of events on page 12. I've got to credit Christian Schmitz with the idea. If you've got a user group meeting, seminar, or other event that's not on the list, please let me know so we can keep this calendar current in future issues.

In This Issue

Our own Paul Lefebvre was recently hired by Real Software as their Developer Evangelist. Get to know Paul and his new role in our in-depth interview.

Have you ever considered doing some Real Studio consulting? Anthony Mousel reveals tips for the first-time consultant.

For the more advanced reader, JC Cruz is back with an in-depth look at hashes and how to deal with collisions.

In our columns, Paul writes his final database column... but he'll be back soon with a new, more general-purpose column. In his Web Edition column he explores how to create a file uploader. Bob writes about how to bring clients to you and in Beginner's Corner, I demonstrate how to use Real Studio's AutoDiscovery class. Enjoy!

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