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Dijksman.com Asia endeavours to be one of the top development teams in enterprise Java development. It also aims to be the preferred partner for enterprise Java development projects in the region.
Dijksman.com Asia is a top and reputable development team in enterprise PHP development. Dijksman.com Asia also aspires to be the preferred partner for enterprise PHP development projects in the Philippines.
Sybase, Inc. (Sybase) is an enterprise software and service company exclusively focused on managing and mobilizing information from the data center to the point of action.
WHO
ARE WE

Dijksman.com Asia is one of the enterprise class software development teams and training camps in the Philippines. The company is an ardent follower of the Agile Methodology .


Dijksman.com Asia firmly adheres to the principles of a test driven development, continuous integration, iterative delivery and customer focused service in software development. Being a proponent of the Agile Software Development, Dijksman has mastered its craft in software development and has been a pioneer in its best practices. It is also one of the leading companies in the country which offers training in Agile Software Development.


Experienced Systems Architects & Engineers, with top class Project Managers, Business Analysts, and Quality Assurance Engineers are at work in the company to ensure that clients are served with the best products and service that the company offer.

 

Sybase Database


Sybase delivers a range of solutions to ensure that customer information is securely

 

managed and mobilized to the point of action, including enterprise and mobile

 

databases, middleware, synchronization, encryption and device management software,

 

and mobile messaging services.

 

On December 31, 2008, Sybase was organized into three business segments:

 

Infrastructure Platform Group (IPG), iAnywhere Solutions (iAS) and Sybase 365 ((Sybase

 

365). In January 2009, the Company acquired paybox solutions AG.

 

PostgreSQL Database


Functions allow blocks of code to be executed by the server. Although these blocks can

 

be written in SQL, the lack of basic programming operations which existed prior to

 

version 8.4, such as branching and looping, has driven the adoption of other languages

 

inside of functions. Some of the languages can even execute inside of triggers.

 

Functions in PostgreSQL can be written in the following languages:

 

* A built-in language called PL/pgSQL resembles Oracle's procedural language PL/SQL.

 

* Scripting languages are supported through PL/Lua, PL/LOLCODE, PL/Perl, plPHP,

 

PL/Python, PL/Ruby, PL/sh, PL/Tcl and PL/Scheme.

 

* Compiled languages C, C++, or Java (via PL/Java).

 

* The statistical language R through PL/R.

 

PostgreSQL supports row-returning functions, where the output of the function is a set of

 

values which can be treated much like a table within queries. Custom aggregates and

 

window functions can also be defined.

 

Functions can be defined to execute with the privileges of either the caller or the user

 

who defined the function. Functions are sometimes referred to as stored procedures,

 

although there is a slight technical distinction between the two.

 

Oracle Database


The Oracle RDBMS stores data logically in the form of tablespaces and physically in the

 

form of data files. Tablespaces can contain various types of memory segments, such as

 

Data Segments, Index Segments, etc. Segments in turn comprise one or more extents.

 

Extents comprise groups of contiguous data blocks. Data blocks form the basic units of

 

data storage.

 

Oracle database management tracks its computer data storage with the help of

 

information stored in the SYSTEM tablespaces. The SYSTEM tablespaces contains the

 

data dictionary — and often (by default) indexes and clusters. A data dictionary consists

 

of a special collection of tables that contains information about all user-objects in the

 

database. Since version 8i, the Oracle RDBMS also supports "locally managed"

 

tablespaces which can store space management information in bitmaps in their own

 

headers rather than in the SYSTEM tablespaces (as happens with the default

 

"dictionary-managed" tablespaces).

 

Mysql Database


The project has made its source code available under the terms of the GNU General

 

Public License, as well as under a variety of proprietary agreements. MySQL is owned

 

and sponsored by a single for-profit firm, the Swedish company MySQL AB, now a

 

subsidiary of Sun Microsystems. As of 2009, Oracle Corporation began the process of

 

acquiring Sun Microsystems.

 

MySQL is often used in free software projects that require a full-featured database

 

management system, such as WordPress, phpBB and other software built on the LAMP

 

software stack. It is also used in very high-scale World Wide Web products including

 

Wikipedia, Google and Facebook.