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Full Calendar of iSeries Events

January 29 -- Webinar - Creating a modern user interface (UI) for existing green screens and new RPG programs is a hot topic and the focus of this online presentation hosted by BCD and presented by Marcel Sarrasin, VP of marketing. Topics on the agenda include: how to decide between 5250 and RPG Open Access; how to add images, dropdowns, tabs, and other functionality including mobile features; plus a discussion on change management and global identities. The presentation begins at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. LEARN MORE >


 

January 29 -- Webinar - Creating a modern user interface (UI) for existing green screens and new RPG programs is a hot topic and the focus of this online presentation hosted by BCD and presented by Marcel Sarrasin, VP of marketing. Topics on the agenda include: how to decide between 5250 and RPG Open Access; how to add images, dropdowns, tabs, and other functionality including mobile features; plus a discussion on change management and global identities. The presentation begins at 1 p.m. Eastern time. LEARN MORE >


 

February 12 -- Wauwatosa, Wisconsin - Power Systems solution architect Tim Klubertanz will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Wisconsin Midrange Computer Professional Association. His session topics will be storage, virtualization, and PowerHA. This meeting will take place at Alito's Restaurant located at 3041 North Mayfair Road. LEARN MORE >


 

February 12 -- St. Louis, Missouri - SQL for the system administrator is the feature presentation at the regular monthly meeting of the Gateway/400 Group, a System i user group serving the greater St. Louis area. Scott Forstie, the DB2 for i business architect at IBM, will be the guest speaker. His session topics include insights on how SQL on IBM i can be used to accomplish many tasks that are unrelated to traditional uses of SQL. This session will include working SQL examples and compelling reasons for adding SQL to your set of skills. The meeting begins with lunch at noon and the presentation following lunch. The meeting location is Spazio Westport at 12031 Lackland Road. RSVP no later than Monday before the meeting date. LEARN MORE >


 

February 17 -- Bloomington, Minnesota - Tim Rowe, the well-traveled business architect for application development on IBM i, will be discussing application and database modernization at the monthly meeting of QUSER, the local user group for IBM midrange professionals in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Rowe is responsibile for the infrastructure and components necessary for IBM i shops to develop, build, and run applicationsi. He works with Rational and WebSphere on a daily basis and also has IBM i responsibility for the IBM HTTP Server, Web administration GUI interface, integrated Web application server for i, Web services server for i, and other application components. The meeting begins at 2 p.m. at the offices of Universal Hospital Services located at 6625 West 78th Street. LEARN MORE >


 

February 17 -- Nashville, Tennessee - This meeting of the Tennessee IBM Mid-Range User Group will feature a presentation on the advantages and disadvantages of using agile project management. Gina Williams, an agile coach and senior product owner at Medhost, will be the guest speaker. The meeting will be held at the Holiday Inn Vanderbilt located at 2613 West End Avenue. It begins at 5:30 p.m. LEARN MORE >


 

February 18 -- Jericho, New York - The Long Island Systems Users Group monthly meeting will feature two presentations by security expert Robin Tatam. During the 5 p.m. session Tatam will discuss topics such as network-initiated and server-level security controls, profiles and password settings, admin capabilities, public accessibility to corporate data, and system event auditing. In his 8 p.m. session, he will provide tips and advice on configuring and using IBM I auditing features. In between the two presentations is time for dinner and networking. LISUG meetings are held at a new location: The Milleridge Inn located at 385 North Broadway in Jericho. LEARN MORE >


 

February 18 -- Costa Mesa, California - An overview of how browser-based database applications work will be the featured at the regular monthly meeting of the OCEAN User Group. This presentation by IBM i expert John Valance will include a discussion of client-side languages--HTML, CSS, and JavaScript--and how PHP scripts running on a server can dynamically build Web pages that include content from an IBM i database. There will be a session on the basics beginning at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6 and a session at 7 p.m. that describes an RPG shop project that extended a legacy MRP system with a custom-coded, browser-based application. The meeting will be held at National University located at 3390 Harbor Boulevard. LEARN MORE >


 

February 25 -- Webinar - This session on IBM i modernization will emphasize reducing costs, minimizing risks, future-proofing technology, and improving user satisfaction. Topics of discussion will include building a strong foundation for modernization by analyzing your databases and code; adding structure to your IBM i environment with tools for testing, version control, and collaborative, agile development; and transforming RPG source code and creating modern Web and mobile IBM i applications. ARCAD and Profound Logic are partnering in this presentation. This Webinar is the first in a series. It begins at 11:30 Eastern Time. LEARN MORE >


 

March 10 -- Milwaukie, Oregon - A presentation on disaster recovery and business continuity will be the highlight of this meeting of the Cascade User Group. Guest speaker Richard Dolewski will provide advice on preparing for the unexpected, including actual accounts of IBM i and data center failures, actions, and challenges faced by companies in real world situations. His discussion will include the internal and external influences (the human elements) that came into play. The meeting will begin at noon at the offices of Nordisk Systems located at 6400 Southeast Lake Road, Suite 450. LEARN MORE >


 

March 10-12 -- Delavan, Wisconsin - The 2015 Wisconsin Midrange Computer Professional Association (WMCPA) Spring Conference will be held at the LakeLawn Resort. A preliminary session grid and session abstracts are available online. The event includes an experts roundtable discussion of IBM i topics and a Women in IT event. The speaker list includes Steve Will, Frank Soltis, Scott Klement, Jon Paris, Susan Gantner, Charles Guarino, Aaron Bartell, Robin Tatam, Allan Seiden, Larry Bolhuis, and many others. LEARN MORE >


 

March 17 -- Manchester, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Midrange User Group (NHMUG) will be hosting a one-day educational workshop focused on IBM i systems management. Larry Bolhuis--an award winning speaker covering systems design and management, networking and connectivity, work management, PTF, and Hardware Management Console topics--will be the instructor. Bolhuis' session is based on IBM i 7.1, but at least 90 percent of the content is also applicable to IBM i 6.1 or 5.4. This presentation will take place at The Yard Restaurant located at 1211 South Mammoth Road. It begins at 8 a.m. LEARN MORE >


 

March 17-19 -- Dallas, Texas - The RPG & DB2 Summit includes sessions on modern IBM i code, UIs, Web and mobile apps, and new integrations--all using practical, use-it-today tips and techniques based on RPG IV, SQL, DB2 for i, RSE/RDi, Web Services, PHP, CL and more. Get one-on-one advice from top experts such as Jon Paris, Susan Gantner, Paul Tuohy, Scott Klement, Barbara Morris, and Ted Holt in a highly interactive, fun environment. An online agenda of seminars, workshops, and sessions is now available. A $300 discount on registration is available to those who sign up by February 13. LEARN MORE >


 

March 30 through April 1 -- Framingham, Massachusetts - The IBM i user groups from the northeastern United States will once again be combining efforts to host "The Power of i," their annual System i technical conference. The event includes more than 70 technical and professional development sessions. The conference also includes a vendor expo and specialized training in the areas of RPG and DB2 that require separate registration. LEARN MORE >


 

April 26-29 -- Anaheim, California - The COMMON 2015 Annual Meeting and Exposition features four days of IBM i-, AIX-, and Linux-related education. More than 300 sessions and workshops will be available and more than 80 vendors will be on-site in the Power Systems Exposition. As always, there will be plenty of networking events taking place throughout the week. Register before the end of 2014 and there's a sizeable discount available. LEARN MORE >


 

 
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