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Full Calendar of iSeries Events

January 8 -- Wauwatosa, Wisconsin - Technology architect Jim Oberholtzer will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Wisconsin Midrange Computer Professional Association. He will be discussing the heritage of IBM i and why its integrated approach is now being followed by Apple, Oracle, and others. The presentation also includes Oberholtzer's insights into parts of IBM i that you might not be aware of but could add to your resourcefulness. This meeting will take place at Mo's Irish Pub located at 10842 West Bluemound Road. LEARN MORE >


 

January 13 -- Webinar - How to better manage and optimize existing applications will be the focus of this presentation hosted by Fresche Legacy. This session, part three of a three-part series, begins at 11 a.m. Central Time. LEARN MORE >


 

January 20 -- Costa Mesa, California - Tim Rowe, the business architect for application development and systems management for IBM i, will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the OCEAN User Group. His presentation will include an overview of the latest IBM i technologies. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and Rowe's presentation. The meeting location is the Wyndham Hotel at 3350 Avenue of the Arts. LEARN MORE >


 

January 21 -- Woodbury, New York - The Long Island Systems Users Group monthly meeting will feature a presentation on Rational Developer for i (RDi) by Charles Guarino, a leading expert in that topic. At 8 p.m. Guarino will discuss the key points of Eclipse navigation, source code editing, program debugging, and graphical screen and report design. The meeting begins at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7, followed by the presentation. LISUG meetings are held at the Fox Hollow Inn located at 7725 Jericho Turnpike. LEARN MORE >


 

January 27 -- St. Paul, Minnesota - Best practices for the modern RPG programmer, presented by Charles Guarino, will be the discussing topic at the monthly meeting of QUSER, the local user group for IBM midrange professionals in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The presentation will include Rational Developer for i and increasing programming productivity with this modern replacement for PDM. The meeting begins at 2 p.m. at the ARRT located at 1256 Mendota Heights Road. 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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