TUG Buzz! for January 19, 2015

IN THIS ISSUE:

  1. January MoM - Alan Seiden
  2. TEC2015 - Get IT Together ("This is my i")
  3. Email Consent
  4. iDev Cloud

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Meeting of Members

Admission: Free to all TUG members ($60 non-members)

Register for the next TUG MoM at: www.tug.ca/reg_meet_form.php


TUG MoM AGENDA

Date: Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Schedule: 5:00 pm - RPG/COBOL Business logic with PHP
6:00 pm - Social & buffet dinner
7:00 pm - PHP Tricks for the RPG Programmer
Meeting location: Monte Carlo (Savoy Room), Markham, ON

Speaker: Alan Seiden

(Watch Alan's YouTube Video)

Alan Seiden offers reliable advice, mentoring, and help for clients using PHP, IBM i, RPG, DB2, and Zend Framework. Called "the performance guru of PHP on IBM i," he was one of the first Zend Framework certified engineers, later co-founding the NYC Zend Framework Meetup.

Alan was a charter member of IBM/COMMON's PHP Advisory Board and a consultant for IBM's manual PHP: Zend Core for i5/OS.

An award-winning speaker, Alan is co-developer with IBM of the open-source PHP Toolkit for IBM i and a Zend Reseller Partner. Contact him at Alan Seiden Consulting, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., http://www.alanseiden.com | alan@alanseiden.com | @alanseiden.

5:00 Topic: Bring RPG/COBOL business logic to the web with the PHP Toolkit

Don't reinvent the wheel when developing PHP applications. Instead, re-use your valuable business logic. Reduce risk, speed development, reduce costs.....

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7:00 Topic: PHP Tricks for the RPG Programmer (graphics, Excel, PDFs, Email, and more)

Ever want to enhance RPG programs with PDFs, spreadsheets, charts and graphics, or connect to web services, without complicating your RPG program? Help is here from PHP and DB2. PHP not only builds web sites.....

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Get IT Together (This is My i)

Mark your calendar: May 6-7, 2015
Seneca@York Campus, Toronto

Note: Our registration site for TEC 2015 is now OPEN. TUG members can register for the "double-earlybird" discount price of $495 per attendee (from now until January 31st, 2015) by accessing the TEC web site at:
www.tug.ca/tec. This is a $200 saving, so be sure take advantage of it!

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