IN THIS ISSUE:
- January 20 MoM
- iDev Cloud
Reminder: The January TUG Meeting of Members with Guest Speaker Tim Rowe is at the Monte Carlo Inn, Markham on Wednesday January 20, 2016.
ADMISSION: Free to all TUG members
||4:00 - 5:00 pm - Registration
||5:00 - 6:15 pm - Session 1
||6:30 - 7:00 pm - Buffet Dinner
||7:00 - 8:45-pm - Session 2
Register for the next TUG MoM at: www.tug.ca/reg.html
5:00 Session 1: My Emulator is Better than Yours
- Speaker: Tim Rowe (IBM Rochester)
- Abstract: The IBM i Access Client Solutions (ACS) 5250 Emulator has shown itself to be very capable, providing several unique features not available with the IBM i Access for Windows PC5250 it was modeled after.
Version 1.1.4 of the product, which is has been available since December 2015, takes this emulator to the next level, making it the best 5250 Emulator available. These differentiations will be described and discussed in this session.
7:00 Session 2:
Let's Get Mobile (A Hands On Introduction to IBM i Mobile Access)
- Speaker: Tim Rowe
Abstract: Mobile is becoming more and more the norm. People want to be able to access and manage their systems from their Mobile devices basically anywhere.
Having a robust easy to use solution is key.
The new iAccess Mobile Solutions support is just that. Bring your own Device along and follow along as we all access an IBM i with our Mobile device. Look at Spool Files, respond to messages on the QSYSOPR Message Queue, work with Jobs, Run SQL Scripts and play with the 5250 Green Screen interface.
Everything you need to Access and Manage your system is just a 'swipe' away.
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Sign up now for iDevCloud! You will be able to:
- Share between multiple developers
- Get private library and storage
- Have access to most of the IBM i development tools
- Have all compilers for IBM i tools available
The Performance is monitored by system managers with adjustments as needed. The system is accessible at anytime from anywhere in the world. Just a computer and an internet connection are needed. Any work done on the system stays on the system until removed by its owner.
Contact Leo Lefebvre at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
(*Free startup for TUG members.)
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