Reminder: It's not too late to register for TUG's All-day "Mini-Summit" Seminar
Only one day left to register for the for the all-day seminar at the Savoy Conference Centre (Monte Carlo Inn) 7255 Warden Avenue in Markham! It all happens this Wednesday September 26, featuring Jon Paris and Susan Gantner presenting 2 full tracks (4 sessions each track).
Jon's sessions: 1.) The Latest and Greatest in RPG (V6.1 & V7.1) RPG Open Access, 2.) Processing XML from RPG, 3.) Simplify RPG Apps with Open Access, 4.) Instant Web Services & Stored Procedures with XMLService
Susan's sessions: 1.) RPG Subprocedures - The Basics, 2.) RPG Subprocedures - Beyond the Basics, 3.) My Favorite RSE Features, 4.) Tools and Tips to Make Your SQL Sing
The TUG member price of $199 + tax (a $50 saving) includes breakfast and lunch, plus morning and afternoon breaks... Read More (including session details)
REGISTER ONLINE at tug.ca/SummitSept26/reg/
Meeting of Members (MoM)
September 26, 2012
Sponsored by IBM
The September TUG Meeting of Members will be held later the same day and at the same location as the above mentioned seminar.
(Note: Admission is Free after 5:00 pm)
5:00 pm Session: "IBMi Today and Tomorrow"
Speaker: Alison Butterill
There will be a short presentation (20-25 minutes) followed by a
Q&A panel discussion with Alison and other subject matter experts.
6:00 pm complimentary buffet dinner, sponsored by IBM Canada Ltd.)
7:00 pm Session: "Be Lean. Be Agile. Work together"
IBM Rational Team Concert integrates task tracking, source control, and agile planning with continuous builds and a configurable process to adapt to the way you work. Finally — everything you need to build great software, integrated seamlessly together right out of the box. Read More
Register for the MoM at www.tug.ca/reg_meet_form.php
TUG Night School Update —
Register now for upcoming October TNS classes: Ruby on Rails, PHP Intro, or HTML5
We would like to draw your attention to our new “Ruby on Rails” class, ROR201 taught by Peter Meth which starts Wednesday Oct 17. This may be the fastest and easiest way to skill-up on dynamic website creation. There are still seats available.
In addition, look at our PHP and WEB (HTML) beginner classes starting in October. Download the comprehensive guide to our 4Q offerings.
(PDF - October Edition)
You can register to any class on www.tug.ca ...
Or check the TNS blog.
Register for TNS at www.tug.ca/TNS/TNSReg.html
The Toronto Users Group for Power Systems (TUG) is a user group/forum for the
exchange of ideas, and specializes in providing affordable education relating to the IBM iSeries, AS/400, System i, and Power Systems platforms. TUG is in its 28th year of operation.
TUG is the proud recpient of a 2012 Maxava iFoundation grant.