Over the years, I have come up with my preferred way of organizing an application. This method was developed from experience as well as from knowledge of Object Oriented programming concepts. In this session, we will discuss building service programs and procedures in object like structure. These service programs will encapsulate File I/O and business logic into reusable and maintainable pieces.
Brian began his career as an RPG developer in 2001 working for a large apparel manufacturer. Over the years, he has become an award winning speaker and writer on topics related to RPG, PHP, and Open Source Software. Brian travels frequently to conferences and user group meetings as a speaker and representing the Young i Professionals, a group dedicated to promoting IBM i and Power Systems to new IT professionals. Brian is the webmaster and one of the leaders of the YiPs. In 2010, Brian became a Technical Editor for System iNews magazine. In April of 2011, he joined Profound Logic Software, where he is an IBM i Modernization Specialist. Recently, Profound Logic's Brian May was recognized by IBM for his ongoing contributions to the Power Systems community as an IBM Champion for Power Systems. Brian was recognized for his contributions to the Power i community, and most notably for his contributions to the user group community and YiPs, developer of the YiPs website and open source environment, plus his early adoption of social media and continued participation in the Power i conversation.
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