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Volume 15, Number 09 -- May 5, 2015
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Pipelined User-Defined Table Functions In DB2 For i
by Michael Sansoterra

Pipes are a fantastic invention as they are useful for conveying a substance in an efficient and well directed manner. Whether used for transporting sewage, carrying oil, or even bottling a duck (if you're old enough to remember The High and the Flighty Foghorn Leghorn cartoon featuring the Ace Novelty company's Pipe Full of Fun Kit #7); our world wouldn't be the same without them. READ MORE >

Formatting Dates with SQL, Take 2
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Ruby And Existing Databases
by Aaron Bartell

Recently I came across a scenario for a customer where I was asked, How do we interact with our existing DDS-based, composite key, database tables? That's going to be a very common trait of most all IBM i shops using Ruby, and this article will cover some common situations you will come across as you use Ruby to interact with existing DB2 for i tables. READ MORE >



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The Four Hundred
Head Power Sales Honcho Fires Up The IBM i Base

IBM Upgrades High-End And Low-End Power8 Machines

Cautious Optimism Pervades COMMON

As I See It: Cold War 2.0

An Open Letter To IBM From A Developer

Four Hundred Monitor
Four Hundred Monitor's
Full iSeries Events Calendar

System i PTF Guide
May 2, 2015: Volume 17, Number 18

April 25, 2015: Volume 17, Number 17

April 18, 2015: Volume 17, Number 16

April 11, 2015: Volume 17, Number 15

April 4, 2015: Volume 17, Number 14

March 28, 2015: Volume 17, Number 13

The Platform
Microsoft Stacks Azure Up Against AWS

Microsoft Expands Azure With Data, Fabric Services

Riding The Inevitable Curve From Analytics To Deep Learning

Google Will Do Anything To Beat Moore's Law

Simulating the Next Generation of Quantum Computers

Thoughts And Conjecture On Knights Landing Near Memory

PCI-Express Flash Revamped To Compete With NVMe Drives

Still Shrouded in Stealth, DSSD Proves Early Performance at Scale

Mellanox Makes Interconnect Waves, Then Surfs On Them

Why You Should Give A Damn About Supercomputers

How AWS Is Turning Virtual Iron Into Gold

Dell Strikes First, Cuts Deep With Tomahawk Switches


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pipelined User-Defined Table Functions In DB2 For i

Formatting Dates with SQL, Take 2

Ruby And Existing Databases

Four Hundred Guru

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