At the end of the presentation I'll show you a movie I made where I run a partition on my 520 at 1,000 percent busy, neat but not gaudy
It all started in a small 40 watt radio station in Dayton Ohio . . . no wait, that's Les Nessman. I, on the other hand, have been with IBM for more years than I care to count - but if I did they would add up to almost 31. I started life as CE Dispatcher. Since then I've been a Program Support Rep, an 8100 (don't ask) developer, Level 1 Support Line Rep, Service Planner, System Engineer, Level 2 Support Line Rep and today my title is Advisory software Engineer (whatever that means) - in Atlanta, Kingston (NY), Tampa, Raleigh, Portland and finally in Rochester (MN). Other than that I've pretty much stayed put in the same job/location. One of my basic philosophies in life is that a moving target is harder to hit.
I've been with the iTC (iSeries Technology Center) ever since it started life as the Transition Support Center in 1995. The last 3 + years I've focused almost exclusively on LPAR, where I do a little of everything. I teach, present LPAR at technical conferences and even do a few onsite implementations (both normal and critical situations). I've been in Technical education for the last 7 years, first with BRMS and now LPAR.
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