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  • Moving Application Development Practices into the Modern World - Alison Butterill

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    Modernization of applications and data opens to the door to creative solutions for business problems

    Modernization of applications and data opens to the door to creative solutions for business problems. Introducing Free Format RPG, eclipse tools, agile processes for development and implementing good DevOps practices means superior applications are delivered faster. What are these things and how can they be implemented within a development? This session answers those questions.

    Alison Butterill

    WW IBM i Offering Manager

    Alison Butterill is the offering manager for IBM i. She owns the responsibility for the IBM i business, including defining and guiding future directions and strategies. She works with the IBM i sales, marketing, and development teams as well as clients and partners to ensure that the IBM i operating system and associated products reflect their requirements. Alison has worked in the mid-range area for more than 30 years and has held a wide variety of positions at IBM, primarily with midrange servers and software. She speaks at a wide variety of events, including industry and technical conferences around the world.

  • Let’s Join Together - Joining SQL Tables and Views - Birgitta Hauser

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    SQL provides different methods for joining tables and views together, such as inner, outer, exception, cross and full join.

    Accessing data with SQL becomes more and more important. For resolving a single request data located in multiple tables must be filtered, accumulated and/or merged together. In this way we need to focus our attention on consolidating data split over multiple tables. SQL provides different methods for joining tables and views together, such as inner, outer, exception, cross and full join. A table or view even can be joined with itself or with the result of a different select statement. The result returned from multiple select statements can be merged and even accumulated in a single SQL statement. 

    Birgitta Hauser

    Database and Software Architect - Fresche Solutions, Inc.

    Birgitta is a database and software architect at Fresche Solutions.

  • What's New in DB2 for i in 2017 - Scott Forstie

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    This session will cover the new and enhanced Db2 for i capabilities added to IBM i 7.2 and IBM i 7.3 over the last Technology Refreshes.

    In the tradition of previous Technology Refreshes (TR), the database team is delivering enhancements on the same cadence. Attend this session to hear about the many enhancements to SQL on i, SQL Query Engine, IBM i Services and more. This session will cover the new and enhanced Db2 for i capabilities added to IBM i 7.2 and IBM i 7.3 over the last Technology Refreshes. http://www.ibm.com/developerwo... http://www.ibm.com/developerwo... http://www.ibm.com/developerwo... http://www.ibm.com/developerwo...

    Scott Forstie

    Db2 for i Business Architect

    Scott Forstie is a Senior Technical Staff Member within IBM i development and spends most of his time working as the Db2 for i Business Architect. He has worked on IBM operating system development since joining IBM in 1989.

    Scott is a frequently published author, speaker at industry events around the globe and can be found @Forstie_IBMi and forstie@us.ibm.com. Scott is an avid runner and enjoys cooking.

  • Security Bulletin: Malware Infection Discovered on IBM i Server! - Robin Tatam

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    ​Protecting servers and data from infection by viruses and malicious software is not an unfamiliar concept to IT personnel, but acknowledging how code-based threats can affect Power Systems servers is far less understood.

    Protecting servers and data from infection by viruses and malicious software is not an unfamiliar concept to IT personnel, but acknowledging how code-based threats can affect Power Systems servers is far less understood. This can have disastrous consequences. Myths about viruses and IBM i—including the belief that the system is entirely immune—have been debunked; however, most Power Systems owners still don’t perceive viruses as a risk because they consider them to only be a Windows threat. It’s critical to gasp the true impact upon IBM i and the network that connects to it. Attend this webinar to gain a thorough understanding of the relationships between: • Viruses, native objects, and the integrated file system (IFS) • Power Systems and Windows-based viruses and malware • PC-based anti-virus scanning versus native IBM i scanning There are a number of ways you can minimize your exposure to viruses. Noted IBM i security expert Robin Tatam explains the facts, including how to ensure you're fully protected and compliant with regulations such as PCI.

    Robin Tatam

    Global Director of Security Technologies - HelpSystems

    Robin Tatam is HelpSystems’ Global Director of Security Technologies and a COMMON subject matter expert (SME). As an award-winning speaker on security topics, Robin has been interviewed and quoted by industry magazines and has published numerous trade articles. Robin’s extensive Power Server experience has resulted in more than 20 IBM certifications and the highly sought after designation of ISACA-certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and PCI-Professional (PCI-P). He is also co-author of IBM’s Redbook publication on IBM i Data Encryption.

  • IT Strategy and Roadmap Planning with an IBM Champion - Trevor Perry

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    In this session, you will learn how IT Strategy has been valuable to IBM i customers in moving forward in a fast changing world.

    Trevor Perry has years of experience in guiding and teaching customers in their IBM i application development and modernization efforts. In this session, you will learn how IT Strategy has been valuable to IBM i customers in moving forward in a fast changing world. Real-life customer examples and roadmaps will be covered, outlining both positive and negative lessons learned. Fresche is the leading provider of end-to-end IBM i application modernization and management solutions. Trevor brings his personal experience and perspective to Fresche, along with his career-long promotion of IBM i, application modernization, and innovative development. Join Trevor an IBM Champion, to learn how the right approach and strategy leads to IT success.

    Trevor Perry

    FrescheThinker at Fresche Solutions

    Trevor Perry is a veteran of the IBM i community. He is a consultant to companies on their I.T. modernization efforts, and has been engaged in all phases of the IT development cycle. He is a popular speaker at industry events on technical, strategic, modernization and motivational topics and is a regular keynote at conferences around the world.

    Trevor won an IBM/COMMON innovation award for his community efforts, occasionally blogs at angustheitchap.com, was the creator of the only ever cartoon for IBM i, and provides marketing encouragement for the community everywhere.

    His passion for changing the world for the better has not been tamed and his storytelling skills can be found in his first book “Never Iron When You Are Naked”. Trevor is working on his next book “You Are Extraordinary”, while he continues to find new ways to stir the passion of the IBM i community. In his recent spare time, he wrote the pocketbook Ten Tips to Stunning Slides to promote his passion for building stunning slide decks for speakers and presenters.

    Trevor's day job is FrescheThinker at Fresche Solutions and he writes regularly at www.freschethinking.com. He guides customers in their modernization efforts, assists with IT strategy and directions, and sets new standards in leveraging IBM i in business for a strong future. His consulting and speaking leverages the collected experience and expertise of Fresche Solutions in the business and IT community.

  • Team Building Between QA and Development Groups - Yvonne Enselman

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    We will discuss the how quality assurance and testing are performed by different teams and influence interactions.

    As teams change it can be hard to adjust to new dynamics. While programmers and testers need each other to succeed developing relationships can be difficult. We will discuss the how quality assurance and testing are performed by different teams and influence interactions. There will be examples of how trust metrics improve the performance of both areas, and how bridges can be built even in hostile environments.

    Learning Objectives:
    Recall the psychological factors that influence the success of testing.
    Contrast the mindset of a tester and of a developer.
    Differentiate testing from debugging.
    Understand of the code of ethics governing ISTQB professionals.

    Yvonne Enselman

    Director of Professional Services at iTech Solutions

    Yvonne Enselman is the Director of Professional Services for iTech Solutions where she manages the technical team and coordinates customer work. Her background is in Quality Assurance and she is certified at the advanced level. She enjoys all aspects of software testing and implementing standards for projects. She has worked on the IBM i for over 20 years and volunteers as much as possible for the community.

  • Mastering Problem Solving - Kim Greene

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    Problem solving is a discipline to be mastered for success, regardless of the field of profession. Whether it is product or process improvement, the methodology you will learn will be applicable to all areas, from design to customer service, and all steps in between.

    Problem solving is one of the most important keys to innovation. It is through problems that we all grow, individually and as teams. Knowing the key elements and steps of how to master problem solving is essential. This session will lay out the crucial steps for problem solving with concrete examples to allow the addressed problem to be properly identified and the necessary detection to happen so the true cause can be identified, rectified and, as a result, eliminated. Problem solving is a discipline to be mastered for success, regardless of the field of profession. Whether it is product or process improvement, the methodology you will learn will be applicable to all areas, from design to customer service, and all steps in between.


    Kim Greene

    President, Kim Greene Consulting, Inc.

    Kim Greene is president of Kim Greene Consulting, Inc. specializing in providing consulting services for the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio for IBM i (formerly AS/400, iSeries, System i), Windows, and Linux. Kim has over 15 years of experience with IBM Domino and 20 years of experience with the AS/400, iSeries, and i5 platforms. Kim specializes in installing and configuring Domino, Sametime and Connections servers, providing performance analysis, system and application tuning, health checks and security reviews, upgrades and migrations, disaster recovery assessments, high availability solutions, and customized application development.

    Kim is also expanding the business to include services related to the fastest growing NoSQL database, MongoDB. Areas of specialization include architecture, performance, and security in addition to skill transfer.

  • No! No! Yes, and.. - Trevor Perry

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    Prepare to be challenged as you learn new skills and sharpen your negotiating senses!

    Negotiation is one of the keys to success - successful management, successful careers, successful companies, successful IT organizations. Learning to say No! is a first step in the negotiation process. Learning the right time to say No!, learning the right place to say No!, learning the right words to say No!, will increase your success when you are using your negotiation skills. In this session, Trevor explores the world of No! and shows how it applies in your life - both business and personal, and where it fits in your negotiation toolbox. To enhance the No! experience, another negotiation skill for your toolbox will be explored. "Yes! And.." is a technique taught primarily in improvisational acting education. Trevor will relate how it fits into your business environment, and provide practical examples of its use. Prepare to be challenged as you learn new skills and sharpen your negotiating senses!

    Trevor Perry

    FrescheThinker at Fresche Solutions

    Trevor Perry is a veteran of the IBM i community. He is a consultant to companies on their I.T. modernization efforts, and has been engaged in all phases of the IT development cycle. He is a popular speaker at industry events on technical, strategic, modernization and motivational topics and is a regular keynote at conferences around the world.

    Trevor won an IBM/COMMON innovation award for his community efforts, occasionally blogs at angustheitchap.com, was the creator of the only ever cartoon for IBM i, and provides marketing encouragement for the community everywhere.

    His passion for changing the world for the better has not been tamed and his storytelling skills can be found in his first book “Never Iron When You Are Naked”. Trevor is working on his next book “You Are Extraordinary”, while he continues to find new ways to stir the passion of the IBM i community. In his recent spare time, he wrote the pocketbook Ten Tips to Stunning Slides to promote his passion for building stunning slide decks for speakers and presenters.

    Trevor's day job is FrescheThinker at Fresche Solutions and he writes regularly at www.freschethinking.com. He guides customers in their modernization efforts, assists with IT strategy and directions, and sets new standards in leveraging IBM i in business for a strong future. His consulting and speaking leverages the collected experience and expertise of Fresche Solutions in the business and IT community.

  • Cloud Storage Solutions for i - Steven Finnes and David Romo

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    Cloud Storage Solutions for i is a first step in cloud storage options for IBM i.

    Cloud Storage Solutions for i is a first step in cloud storage options for IBM i. Essentially, it provides you the capability to interact with a public cloud provider, initially Softlayer, to conduct back up operations and file sharing configurations. BRMS turn-key has been created to enable simple deployment and automatic backup/recovery operations. We will include a live demo to show you how easy this is to setup and use as well we are going to talk the about road map looking forward. This is the future and you will want to understand this new capability because it will likely be in your future too.

    Steve Finnes

    IBM Product Manager

    Steve has spent several years in IBM with positions spanning basic research to product development, product offering and marketing. He is the product offering manager for IBM Power Systems with responsibility for PowerHA for AIX, PowerHA for IBM i and the CBU.

    Dave Romo

    Chief Technical Officer at Eradani

    Dave Romo is Chief Technical Officer at Eradani

  • IBM i Mobile Access – Features, Usage and Administration - Wayne Bowers

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    During this session we will cover how to obtain and deploy IBM i Mobile Access, overview the IBM i OS functions you will be able to interact with, and demonstrate the ease of configuration and administration.

    IBM i Mobile Access is a solution provided as part of the IBM i Access Family of products, that allows users to monitor, access and manage IBM i OS from a Mobile browser interface! Key benefits of this environment are ease of deployment, simple and robust configuration and administration tooling, along with a wide range of IBM i OS capabilities. During this session we will cover how to obtain and deploy the solution, overview the IBM i OS functions you will be able to interact with, and demonstrate the ease of configuration and administration.

    Wayne Bowers

    Software Engineer - IBM

    Wayne Bowers has been with IBM since 1997, where he works with the IBM i Global Support Center in Rochester MN. He is an Advisory Software Engineer specializing in the support of the IBM i Access (aka Client Access) products, Console, the TCP Telnet communications server, and the IFS.

    Wayne has been developing and delivering presentations since 1999, and at COMMON and other User Groups and IBM Conferences since 2009.