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Topic: IBM i (SQL) Services for the Developer
|Date:||Tuesday November 17th, 2020|
|Time:||6:00 PM EST|
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|Presentation:||IBM i (SQL) Services for the Developer|
IBM i services provided by Db2 for i can be used to access system information that is useful for developers. In the past you may have considered using CL or coding to system APIs to access and work with some system information. Today there is a better option (More...)
From the President
Can you believe it is already October? Such a beautiful time of year when the trees are painted with vibrant palette of red, yellow and orange. Great time to get out and enjoy a fall drive..
Can you believe it is already November? Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We’ll take a break for the Christmas holiday and have planned for the January meeting “Email from RPG” presented by Mike Larsen from Central Park Data. Details will be posted on the group site soon.
It’s that time of year to renew your dues. Dues are the same affordable price at $50.00 per individual or $100.00 per organization. You can find a renewal form at the bottom of the membership page. Dues help SEMIUG continue to provide the community with educational and community activities and also opportunity for world class IBM i education.
We look forward to the day we can safely go out and about without worry and are hoping to plan an onsite event. In the meanwhile we will meet virtually and make the best of it. Although, it has been a challenging year we have much to be thankful for. Thanks to having virtual options we’re able to continue to learn and keep connected. Many have become accustomed to working remotely. It is good that we have options and that we have been able to adapt. With so many exciting continuous changes on the platform we are grateful to be able to continue to keep our group strong and active. Thanks to the group volunteers. Your efforts make a difference in the IBM i community.
Happy Thanksgiving. Be Safe and Take Care.Regards,
President, Southeast Michigan iSeries User Group
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