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2022 October OCEAN Meeting - Alan Seiden's Favorite Tips for Open Source on IBM i - Webinar
Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM PST
Category: Events

 Tuesday, October 18, 2022 OCEAN Meeting - Free Webinar

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IBM i Open Source Expert Alan Seiden

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6:00 pm PT - Alan's Favorite Tips for Open Source on IBM i 

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Register here for this free webinar: REGISTER

Open source delivers new interfaces and functionality for your IBM i applications—and broadens the talent pool for your development team. Python, PHP, and Node.js are among the most popular open source tools on IBM i, for good reason. Combined with today’s ODBC database connectivity, API standards, and RPG/ COBOL integration, they are a powerful way to extend traditional applications to the web, mobile devices, and APIs.
Join Alan Seiden to learn his favorite tips from the Seiden support team for making your open source stack as reliable as your traditional IBM i applications. He’ll share ways to ensure smooth operation of:
1. Python, PHP, Node.js
2. ODBC
3. Apache
4. Connections to RPG and COBOL
5. And how to manage the rapid pace of updates!
 
Alan Seiden founded Seiden Group to modernize IBM i applications using open source web technologies such as PHP, Python, Node.js, and DB2 for i and RPG business logic.
Recognized as an IBM Champion, he and his team work with the best minds in the industry to provide objective advice and hands-on development.
Alan co-developed the popular PHP Toolkit with IBM; was one of the first Zend Framework certified engineers; co-founder of the NYC Zend Framework Meetup; 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 has been called “the performance guru of PHP on IBM i.”
He shares his expertise regularly at conferences and user groups such as COMMON, ZendCon, the RPG & DB2 Summit, OMNI, the Northeast Users Group Conference, OCEAN and WMCPA. He also mentors other developers within the Club Seiden forum.

 

 


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