FASUG Present & Future of iSeries Programming
Fairfield AS/400 User Group
Time: 1:00 PM - 8:00PM, Registration begins at 12:15
Location: Norwalk Inn, 99 East Ave. Norwalk, CT.
Fee: FREE for members
New Membership $48 individual, $180 corporate
Dinner is included. Space is limited so register early.
No-shows will incur $50 fee
You are an RPG (or COBOL) programmer that uses PDM and SEU. There is a lot of talk about things like Eclipse, WebSphere and WebFacing. Is there room for you and your skills in this new world? Indeed there is. The new world of the Web is accessible to you and your team, in incremental, do-able and affordable steps. The sessions that will be presented will cover the following topics:
Intro to Websphere Development Studio
New in WDS (V5R3) and WDSc V5.1.2
Modern tools for RPG/COBOL Programmers (Remote System Explorer & iSeries Project
The iSeries Developer Roadmap can be found at
Enterprise Generation Language is a new language for RPG/Cobol Programmers. It is designed to build cross-platform web applications without knowing Java.
George Farr has a specialized honors degree in computer science from York University in Toronto. He joined the IBM Toronto Laboratory on May 1985. Currently he is the Technical Manager for all of the RPG compilers on the AS/400, NT, and Windows 95/98/2000. In addition, he is the Technical Development Manager for a new generation of tooling based on the Eclipse technology. He is a frequent award-winning speaker at COMMON and conferences worldwide.