Looking Back Over a Year with MUMPS

It’s been just over a year working in the NHS, and it has been a very interesting experience where I have had the pleasure to work on some really great new systems using all the modern web has to offer, but have also had to work with and improve/maintain some not so enjoyable legacy systems, one of those being a proprietary stack (InterSystems Caché) built atop the MUMPS language and database.

For those that have not been fortunate to have experienced this environment, here is a very short explanation – MUMPS (or simply M), is a programming language providing ACID transaction processing and is tightly coupled to a NoSQL ‘schema-less’ database Read More »