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Come join us for a mini seminar 6:00 to 9:00
Learning Java for RPG Developers
- Why Java?
- What can you do with Java on the i System.
- Object Oriented vs Procedural languages.
- How do I get there?
- Good bye SEU
- Learning by modernizing current development
- SQL DDL replacing DDS
- RPG Coding Standards to match Java (With Samples)
- No Subroutines
- Modular coding
- Return values
- Free Format
- Avoid special keywords
- Service Programs (With Samples)
- Embedded SQL (With Samples)
- Calling Java from RPG (With Samples)
- Simplify Java calls with Service Programs
- Sample Open Source Service programs
- Starting Java projects on i System
- Open source Java projects
- Learn Linux
- Using Pase environment
Presented by :
Mark Harrison is a manager of a i System programming team for a large non-profit health system. This team is responsible for delivering high performance custom applications and modifications of a large HIM system written in RPG. In his management role he is responsible for providing vision and direction for future development. In order to produce modern applications Mark has championed education for this and previous development teams. This education aims to improve the RPG skill set as well as develop new skills such as SQL and Java development.Mark graduated the University of New Mexico with a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science. He has been involved in development on IBM Midrange systems since 1986. He has developed using all flavors of RPG and has been part of many modernization projects using a mix of RPG and Java. In other modernization projects Mark has architected solutions to integrate exiting RPG code with external systems using Web Services and Web applications accessing RPG logic via JDBC and PCML.
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