Introduction to WebSphere Development Studio Client
Leonardo LLames, IBM Rochester

November 19th, 2002 FASUG Meeting

This presentation describes the new WebSphere Development Studio Client 4.0, the follow-on product to the highly successful WebSphere Development Tools V5R1. This package of development tools, available at no additional charge to most iSeries shops, has new packaging, functional enhancements, tools, and user interfaces, most of which are now based on the open-source Eclipse framework. Included is the WebSphere Studio Site Developer Advanced 4.03, which contains a WAS test environment, Web tooling, XML tooling, Web Services tooling, etc. There are tools are designed for traditional High Level Language environments such as RPG and COBOL. Other tools also allow Java based technologies to interface with traditional 5250 or batch HLL programs.

Leonardo LLames  is a Consulting Information Technology Specialist at the IBM Advanced Technical Support Organization (iSeries) in Rochester, MN and is a Certified I/T Specialist in the area of Application Development & Maintenance. He has been working in the areas of application and DB design, performance analysis, and client-server technologies in Rochester for the past 13 years. He now works in e-business technologies, particularly Java and WebSphere Application server environments on the iSeries platform. Prior to his exile to Rochester, he was an application developer (Traditional application technologies) for IBM business partners. He speaks at various conferences, including COMMON and the iSeries Technical Conference.

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