Full Calendar of iSeries Events

November 24 -- Norcross, Georgia - A one-day, hands-on workshop designed to help RPG developers get started with RDi will be presented by Jon Paris and Susan Gantner for the members of the IBM i Tech Community user group in the greater Atlanta area. Session topics include working with the editor and the features integrated with it, tips for RDi installation and configuration, modification of the tool set to fit your needs, and keyboard shortcuts. The free workshop is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the offices of Corus360 located at 130 Technology Parkway. LEARN MORE >


December 2 & 3 -- Chicago, Illinois - Open source languages and development frameworks are the focus of this two-day COMMON educational event. Getting started with Node.js, Ruby, and Python, all supported on IBM I, includes learning to compile code, version control, database connections, and building applications. Expert instructors include Aaron Bartell, Pete Helgren and Kevin Adler. LEARN MORE >


December 3 -- Manchester, New Hampshire - Four Hundred Guru Editor Ted Holt will be presenting a one-day seminar for the New Hampshire Midrange User Group. His four session topics are: Easily Modify Report Programs, Programming with Assertions, Table Driven Programming, and Thirty SQL Tips. The seminar is free for NHMUG members and $35 for non-members. The event begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m. It takes place at The Yard Restaurant located at 1211 South Mammoth Road. LEARN MORE >


December 9 -- Webinar - Advice on converting legacy applications to Web and mobile applications will be provided during this presentation hosted by IBM i vendors CM First and OpenLegacy. The emphasis of this discussion will be on getting value from legacy applications without investing great amounts of money, resources, or coding time. Rapid response to business initiatives is also a priority topic. The session begins at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. LEARN MORE >


December 9 -- Webinar - IBM Business Partner IT Solutions Group will explain the advantages and disadvantages of software-based and hardware-based high availability during this online session. Topics of discussion include remote journaling and physical mirroring technologies, preventing downtime and data loss, and determining HA objectives and budget parameters. The presentation begins at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. LEARN MORE >


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