Boots, Dashboards and OpenRDA 4.0

Trellis and Flowers

Get ready to open the gate!

I grew up in North Carolina and, for reasons unknown to me, some parts of cars were often described using British terminology instead of American.  Such as boot instead of trunk; or bonnet instead of hood.  But, when it comes to the dash or dashboard, it seems that we speak the same language. What does this have to do with OpenRDA?  Dashboards are a prominent feature of 4.0 and this graphical presentation of your data’s current status is very exciting. The 5 Second Manager, how sweet.  Unlike the twenty cent coin that Congress authorized in 1875, I believe this is a keeper!


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