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Volume 26, Number 34 -- August 15, 2016
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IBM i Requirements: It's About (To) Change
by Alex Woodie

Have you ever wondered how IBM comes up with ideas for how to improve the IBM i platform? According to the IBM i chief architect Steve Will, the most strategic ideas originate internally within IBM. However, many new features come from the customer base through formal requirements processes. And this fall, IBM intends to launch a new requirements program that will allow users to vote on new features over the Web. READ MORE >

Talking Modernization With Profound Logic
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Modernization, in its many guises, seems to be a big driver of the IBM i ecosystem these days. For a long time, high availability software was major propellant diving the market alongside System/38 and System/36 upgrades--a kind of modernization effort in its own right. Then along came the ERP wave in the 1990s, and packaged software is all the rage. Now, the diehard IBM i faithful need to update their code to work with modern devices and to look and feel like other modern software, and they need some help. READ MORE >


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No Seats At Cruikshank's SQL Database Sessions
by Dan Burger

Dan Cruikshank's presentations at the OCEAN Tech Conference last month were packed. Conference attendees had plenty of session options running opposite of Cruikshank, but his topics enticed IBM i advocates like free ice cream cones in the park on the Fourth of July. The seats are filled by folks hungry for technical advice on SQL, database efficiency, and business value. He gave them sessions on database re-engineering, reusable SQL procedures, modernizing IBM i applications, and data-centric programming. READ MORE >


Mad Dog 21/21: Vulcan's Fury
by Hesh Wiener

When Vulcan gets riled, steer clear of volcanos. Be nice. Show him some respect. Admire his metalworking skills. Celebrate his holiday, Vulcanalia, on August 23. Don't hurt Vulcan's feelings as Pompeii apparently did. In 79 AD, Pompeii was buried alive in ash and lava. Vulcan is obviously implicated: Vesuvius erupted on August 24, right after Vulcanalia. READ MORE >


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New Round Of Enhancements For Access Client Solutions
by Dan Burger

With every Technology Refresh there are new features and functions added to IBM i Access Client Solutions (ACS) that make the official announcement list. But in reality, ACS upgrades also occur in between TRs with their announcement held off until the next TR. On July 31, the latest batch of ACS enhancements became available as a download on the IBM i Access Web page. ACS replaced the legacy Access for Windows several years ago. READ MORE >



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We value your feedback and insights.  Feel free to send a letter to the editor.  Letters may be printed, unless otherwise specified, and edited for clarity or length. READ MORE >


 
Editors: Timothy Prickett Morgan and Alex Woodie
Contributing Editors: Dan Burger, Joe Hertvik, Victor Rozek,
Jenny Thomas, Hesh Wiener
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IBM i Requirements: It's About (To) Change

Talking Modernization With Profound Logic

No Seats At Cruikshank's SQL Database Sessions

Mad Dog 21/21: Vulcan's Fury

New Round Of Enhancements For Access Client Solutions


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