TUG Buzz! for Friday August 24, 2018


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Results of TUG Survey re: Meeting Topics

MANY THANKS to all of our subscribers who took the time to complete the meeting topics survey!

Here are the results:

Top 6 picks:

 

Results Details:

Ranking

  Choices

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1

  5. Advanced SQL

73.53%

2

  4. Advanced programming skills

58.82%

3

  2. Advanced Database

55.88%

4

12. Database design

44.12%

5

13. Db2 SQL courses

44.12%

6

35. RPG JSON

44.12%

7

20. How to use SQL within RPGLE

38.24%

8

21. IBM i setup for PHP

38.24%

9

  6. AI

35.29%

10

  8. Compare RPG and JavaScript code side by side

35.29%

11

  9. Configuring RDi for RPG development

35.29%

12

11. Data warehousing

35.29%

13

27. Modernization of "old code"

35.29%

14

  1. Addressing retiring talent

32.35%

15

15. Forensic techniques

29.41%

16

16. Hardening of software

29.41%

17

22. Integration with other platforms

26.47%

18

37. Single sign-on

26.47%

19

  3. Advanced Node.js

23.53%

20

14. Encryption of specific fields

23.53%

21

36. Security compliance

23.53%

22

39. SQL for the security officer, in depth with ACS

23.53%

23

40. Use of performance tools that come with the operating system

23.53%

24

42. Watson integration

23.53%

25

30. Operations 101 for developers

20.59%

26

  7. Command line of Linux

14.71%

27

17. HMC, upgrades through RPMs

14.71%

28

18. How to migrate to a new POWER-based HMC device

14.71%

29

23. Interface programming between Db2 and popular CRM applications

14.71%

30

28. New HMC - intro to, how it works and why

14.71%

31

29. Open Source security implications

14.71%

32

19. How to read/deal with code not written in free form

11.76%

33

26. Managerial training for future promotion opportunities

11.76%

34

31. Penetration testing

11.76%

35

33. Project management

11.76%

36

38. Solving small company problems with big picture solutions

11.76%

37

24. Introduction to Flashcopy

8.82%

38

25. Kali

8.82%

39

43. Women in IT

8.82%

40

32. Power i Cripto Card

5.88%

41

34. Real-life examples of cognitive

2.94%

42

41. VIO Servers

2.94%

 Other Topics (please specify):
• PHP basics
• Setting up database journalling, best practices
• IWS
• Project management
• Would also add Java programming on i
• Accessing DB2 for i from .NET; writing HTML metatags from PHP

General Comments:
• Looks good. Great idea for a survey.
• keep up the great work
• More personal development topics. More Disaster Recently topics.
• Always a pleasure to learn from TUG speakers
• This survey is a great idea!
• I do live in the Midwest USA, but I thought I would respond anyway.

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