Our annual Christmas Luncheon is next Wednesday, December 14th at 11:30 am. It is a luncheon held at the Golden Corral in West Jordan at 8860 South Redwood Road. Remember, everyone attending will receive door prizes and a special drawing will be made for other special prizes.
Our Speakers are Christopher Roybal and Glen Lewis from Northwest Research. Below is a little bit of information about each of them. Read more »
I’ve been following some great comments on LinkedIn about the viability of the IBM i and RPG in the future. I felt that I could recommend our users to review some of these great discussions about it. Let us know what you think with your comments.
The luncheon on the 8th was great! The Old Spaghetti Factory was a very nice place for this event, the food was good, and the speaker, Kurt Williams, gave us a great presentation. We also found out the David Larsen is retiring shortly and will be moving to Peru to begin a new adventure there. He has been with the GSLMUG user group since the very beginning and before! We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.
Now the moment you’ve been waiting for! The election results are as follows: Read more »
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The meeting for this Thursday, May19th is a BIG event hosted by IBM at the Downtown Marriot. Please remember to register and see the information below for registration details. See the rest of the article for more information and a link to registration . Read more »
This month we were priviledged to have Dr. Paul Coleman from CHG Healthcare talk about his full scale Salesforce.com migration and integration with their IBM midrange server (v6r1). They are tying RPG directly to Java classes so the RPG programmers can work directly with the Salesforce webservice APIs (SOAP & REST) without having to use a third-party web services solution, or API calls, or the ILE C compiler (Axis runtime in the XML Toolkit for i). They prototype the Java classes/procedures in /copy members and they call the java routines in free-format RPGILE just as they would any other sub-procedure. They are not using PCML/X.
We’ve moved and updated the www.gslmug.com website again. This time it allows for better content management and feedback from the members of the users group and visitors. All the past meetings, videos, notes, etc. should now be available.
Going forward we are looking at capturing more of the meetings on video and any meeting notes so that we can refer back to the website for review or if we missed anything. If you have any articles that you’d like to submit that are beneficial to the Midrange User Community, let us know and we’ll be happy to look at them. Take a look, register and let us know if you have any comments or changes you think need to be made.
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