Voici un site où trouver de tout sur IBM i(system i, iSeries, AS400), cela parle aussi bien de tendance économique autour de ce système que de programmation, astuces où de pensées personnelles.
Last week, Big Blue celebrated the 40th anniversary of the launch of its Database 2 relational database management system for its venerable System/370, System 308X, and System/390 mainframes. It is now called Db2, because marketing people can’t leave anything alone, and even though we now have this thing called Db2 for i, IBM didn’t mention […]
When the IT leaders at Ward Transport & Logistics set out to find a product that would allow them to call outbound APIs from their IBM i server for a new dynamic pricing system, they had an inkling of what they wanted. But when they looked for an API development tool in the IBM i […]
I have watched children play Whac-a-mole, but I’ve never played it myself, perhaps because the game unpleasantly reminds me of programs that I have had to work on. I fix one bug, only to see another bug rear its ugly little head. Life’s too short to endure such nonsense. Besides, it is embarrassing for someone […]
The IBM i Marketplace Survey and its accompanying report and the webinar that goes over the results of the survey are an invaluable resource for the IBM i community. This is particularly so since IDC, Gartner, Forrester, and the other IT market researchers and consultancies have long since stopped tracking Power Systems in any kind […]
In case you have been sleeping under a rock, or under an apple tree, or under a bridge, the IBM i 7.3 operating system release reached its end of standard support this Saturday on September 30. So now if you plan to keep IBM i 7.3 in production, you have to pay for an extended […]