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Speaker: Barbara Morris (IBM Canada)
Barbara Morris is the lead developer for the WDS compilers in the IBM Toronto Lab. She has been working on the RPG compilers since she started at IBM in 1989 after receiving a Computing Science degree from the University of Alberta. The first enhancement she developed was the ENDIF/ENDDO opcodes for RPG/400 in V2R1. Some of her more recent enhancements were Open Access: RPG Edition in 6.1 and the ability to sort and search data structure arrays in 7.1. Some of the other notable enhancements that she developed for RPG include subprocedures, qualified data structures, call-interaction with Java, and V5R4's native XML processing op-codes.
What's New for RPG in 7.3
TUG TEC 2016 "TEC it to the Limit"
23nd Annual Technical Education Conference Wednesday May 25 & Thursday May 26, 2016 • this year at a new venue: SAVOY Conference Centre (Monte Carlo Inn) 7255 Warden Avenue in Markham. We will feature the "cream of the crop" -- only the very best IBMi technical speakers, including Jon Paris and Susan Gantner.
Featured TEC 2016 speaker: Robert Bestgen
Rob Bestgen is DB2 for i architect and consultant working in the heart of the IBM i development lab in Rochester, MN.
As chief architect of the DB2 SQL Query Engine (SQE) for DB2 for i, he has directed the team in providing SQE's numerous industry leading capabilities.
Rob is also product development manager for DB2 Web Query for i, the popular IBM i product for query reporting and analytics. Rob is a proud member of the DB2 for i Lab Services team, helping customers utilize the amazing capabilities of DB2 i and IBM i.
He is a frequent presenter at customer briefings and customer conferences both domestically and internationally.
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