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  • Three Approaches to Web with RPG - Scott Klement

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    The trend in providing an interactive web-based application has changed. Years ago, we would write programs that output HTML, and that HTML would be displayed in a browser. Today, the best practice is to use a JavaScript framework. Frameworks save developers a lot of work, and provide a nicer experience.

    The trend in providing an interactive web-based application has changed. Years ago, we would write programs that output HTML, and that HTML would be displayed in a browser. Today, the best practice is to use a JavaScript framework. Frameworks save developers a lot of work, and provide a nicer experience.

    Scott Klement

    Director, Product Development and Support

    Scott Klement is the Director of Product Development and Support at Profound Logic Software, and is well known as both an author and speaker in the IBM i community. Scott is a passionate advocate for RPG on the IBM i platform, and enjoys teaching tips and techniques to other developers. His efforts to help programmers have earned him many accolades and awards. In 2012, IBM named Scott an IBM Champion for Power Systems. In 2018, Scott was elected to COMMON's Board of Directors.

  • ACS, DB2 and the Latest Tools - Scott Forstie and Jesse Gorzinski

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    This session will show how IBM i Access Client Solutions (ACS) is providing new and improved Navigator capabilities for the database user.

    This session will show how IBM i Access Client Solutions (ACS) is providing new and improved Navigator capabilities for the database user. We will include a live demo of database features in ACS Nav, some of which are currently available and others which will be available soon. If you know and love using iAccess for Windows to work with DB2 for i, come to this session to understand how ACS Nav can help you now and into the future.

    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.

    Jesse Gorzinski

    Senior Business Architect - Open Source Software on IBM i

    Jesse Gorzinski works for the IBM i development lab in Rochester, MN. He is the Business Architect of open source technologies. Jesse, who was doing RPG programming at the age of 18, is an expert on application development on IBM i, as well as system access and modernization. His hobbies include playing with his dog, replacing complex applications with 5-line Python programs, and advocating for the use of new technologies on IBM i!Prior to his 2006 employment at IBM, Jesse worked with the AS/400 as an I/T administrator for an IBM customer in the finance/mortgage industry, where he specialized in data backup/recovery, process optimization, and information integrity. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science as well as a Master of Business Administration degree

  • Upgrade Now and Use DB2 of I Enhancements - Scott Forstie

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    If modern applications interest you, then attend this session to hear about the many database and SQL enhancements for application development that exist only in IBM i 7.2 and IBM i 7.3.

    During this session, Scott will do his best to convince you to chart a path to IBM i 7.2 or 7.3. If modern applications interest you, then attend this session to hear about the many database and SQL enhancements for application development that exist only in IBM i 7.2 and IBM i 7.3. Judge for yourself which enhancements you want to utilize. Like most database enhancements, they’re built into DB2 for i, meaning that if you upgrade, your team will have a short distance to travel to reach new levels of productivity and ability to solve important business requirements. We have a lot of ground to cover in 90 minutes, so it is recommended that you find a quiet location, have a caffeinated beverage and fully engross yourself in understanding this important topic.

    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.

  • DB2 for i Query Optimization - Jim Denton

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    This session gives an introduction to query optimization and the DB engine.

    A critical success factor in using SQL to query data, whether it be to do some simple record look up, or a complex report, is to understand the process of query optimization. This session gives an introduction to query optimization and the DB engine. It also covers the factors that influence optimizer, the output of the optimizer and lists the tools you should be using to view feedback provided by the optimizer.

    Jim Denton

    Senior DB2 for i Consultant - IBM

    Jim Denton is a senior DB2 for i consultant in IBM Systems Lab Services whose responsibilities include both teaching courses and "hands on" consulting. Jim specializes in SQL performance, data centric programming, and database modernization. Jim started his IBM career in 1981 and has had a variety of responsibilities including systems performance and five years designing and implementing enhancements to DB2 for i.

  • Choosing Storage for IBM i - Sue Baker

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    There are so many storage options from which to choose! Which one is right for me?

    There are so many storage options from which to choose! Which one is right for me? In this session, Sue will describe the options and discuss the considerations for choosing one over another in various scenarios.

    Sue Baker

    IBM Retired

    Sue Baker worked for IBM for over 30 years. She was a Certified Consulting IT Specialist working for IBM's North America Power Systems Strategic Initiatives organization.

  • Windows 10 Happiness - Moving to Access Client Solutions from Access for Windows - Wayne Bowers

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    We will take a look at all that ACS has to offer, Emulator, Data Transfer, Run SQL Scripts. Printer Output, Console, and much more!

    IBM i Access Client Solutions is the newest member of the IBM i Access Product Family, and it is a platform independent client that is supported running on multiple Operating Systems like Macintosh, Linux, and Windows. We will take a look at all that ACS has to offer, Emulator, Data Transfer, Run SQL Scripts. Printer Output, Console, and much more! An Additional focus will be in understanding what is needed to move from iAccess for Windows to the new ACS offering. 

    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.

  • When Job Tables Attack! - Jeff Carey

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    CPI1468 - System job tables nearing capacity A dreaded message that you should fear.

    CPI1468 - System job tables nearing capacity A dreaded message that you should fear.  Learn how to handle this enigmatic error and some techniques that can assist you in solving this puzzel before it is too late!  Learn to manage your job tables before they kill you! Learning Objectives: 1) Basics of job tables - what they are and how to analze them 2) How to investigate filling job tables 3) Tips and tricks on how to resolve

    Jeff Carey

    Sr. System Administrator at Ensono

    Jeff Carey is an IBM i professional with over 25 years of experience on the platform, specializing in system administration. He currently is a Senior System Administrator for Ensono, a company providing managed services for Mainframe, IBM i, Cloud, and hybrid IT, headquartered in Downers Grove, Illinois. He is on the Board of Omni User, the Chicagoland IBM i user group. He's participated in Toastmasters and local theater. He holds an MS in Information Technology from Northwestern University, an MBA from University of Illinois at Chicago, and an AB from the University of Chicago.

  • Exploring the IBM OmniFind Text Search Server - Tom McKinley

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    OmniFind Text Search Server on DB2 for IBM i provides complex text search capability on many different kinds of documents such as XML, HTML, PDF, MS EXCEL, MS Word and lotus documents. DB2 for IBM i integrates this powerful text search capability into the SQL language. Come and explore this new powerful Text search engine and learn how you might incorporate it into your applications.

    OmniFind Text Search Server on DB2 for IBM i provides complex text search capability on many different kinds of documents such as XML, HTML, PDF, MS EXCEL, MS Word and lotus documents. DB2 for IBM i integrates this powerful text search capability into the SQL language. Come and explore this new powerful Text search engine and learn how you might incorporate it into your applications.

    Tom McKinley

    IBM Lab Services Consultant

    Tom McKinley is an IBM Lab Services Consultant working on DB2 for IBM i in Rochester MN. His main focus is complex query performance associated with Business Intelligence running on Very Large Databases. He worked as a developer or performance analyst in the DB area from 1986 until 2006. Some of his Major pieces of work include the Symmetric Multiple processing capabilities of DB2 for IBM i as well as Large Object Data types. In addition he was on the original team that designed and built the SQL Query Engine. Prior to Database, he worked on Licensed Internal Code for System 34 and System 36.

  • Modern CL Programming - Kevin Forsythe

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    A detailed look at CL Programming that incorporates recent enhancements to the language.

    A detailed look at CL Programming that incorporates recent enhancements to the language.  IBM has made numerous improvements to the CL Programming language.  CL now has subroutines, pointers, Loops, structured programming options, and more.  This webcast reviews these changes and examines how they might change the way you write your CL Programs.

    Kevin Forsythe

    Sr. Manager at Wayfair

    Sr. Manager at Wayfair