One of the favorite aspects of my job is talking to customers about how and why they chose LANSA. Even more thrilling is when I’m a user of the customer’s technology and get to experience the evolution of their product. Before I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tom Kita, lead software engineer at … Continue reading “How Red Frog Events Increased On-Site Event Revenue by 200%”
My sisters and I grew up around the dinner table. We were fortunate enough to have parents that viewed mealtime as sacred. While my dad couldn’t get a word in if he wanted to – I guess being surrounded by three daughters and a wife will do that to a guy – we shared stories … Continue reading “Technology has a place, and it’s not at your dinner table”
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”
We’ve compiled a list of the most clicked on blog posts of the year. Some were written some time ago but are still relevant to the IBM i community today. Thank you for reading the iOpener blog and engaging with us. We look forward to continuing sharing resourceful information with you in the New Year!
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”