All posts by Ali Bolin

Ali Bolin
Ali brings over 10 years of experience in marketing, public relations and communications with her to LANSA, having worked in both the client and agency sides of business. She is responsible for marketing and communications activities in North America, including overseeing the iOpener Blog, supporting Web and social media activities and writing communication plans. Ali draws on her knowledge of the consumer packaged goods industry to assist the LANSA Data Sync Direct sales team and develop strategic product marketing messages.

Seneca College professor succeeds at adding Mobile App Development for IBM i to curriculum

Pursuing a college education used to be a fairly straightforward process.  A general interest was paired with a broad degree that resulted in a diploma with several career paths. Success was achieved by how quickly you secured a job out of college, and student loans with low interest rates and pay back incentives were freely … Continue reading “Seneca College professor succeeds at adding Mobile App Development for IBM i to curriculum”



Gateway Technical College Graduate Discusses the Benefits of Building a Native Mobile App Using RPG

Last week I shared with you a candid conversation I had with Jim Buck, Software Development Program instructor at Gateway Technical College, about his Advanced RPG class’s final project. Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to one of Jim’s students, Jeremey Rodriguez. He’s a recent graduate of Gateway and holds an Associate’s Degree … Continue reading “Gateway Technical College Graduate Discusses the Benefits of Building a Native Mobile App Using RPG”



Gateway Technical College Students Plan, Build and Deliver Native Mobile Apps Using Their RPG Skills

If you asked me what I loved about my college experience I’ll tell you “everything.” What I didn’t anticipate was the bond I’d establish with my professors and the desire to remain in touch with them post-graduation. Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Jim Buck, instructor at Gateway Technical College, and felt a similar … Continue reading “Gateway Technical College Students Plan, Build and Deliver Native Mobile Apps Using Their RPG Skills”