|Date:||Tuesday, April 17, 2007|
|Time:||5:30 Webinar Presentation|
|Location:||IBM Southfield(map)/any PC near you|
The System i Developer Roadmap is a key initiative within the IBM System i Division. Since its introduction 2 years ago, it continues to be enhanced and extended based on feedback and industry experience. The System i Developer Roadmap is designed to show a suggested set of steps that can help an application and/ or a developerís skills to evolve, integrating traditional development knowledge with advanced technologies such as Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Topics will include an overview of the key activities involved in each step along the way, and will overview the technologies required to make this transition.Note: The webinar will begin at 5:30 pm and last for 3 hours ending at 8:30 pm. So please be at IBM Southfield early to see the entire presentation. If you're not able to be at IBM Southfield please join in the webinar following the instructions provided.
Alison is an IBM Certified Consulting I/T Specialist working for the eServer iSeries ISV WebSphere Enablement Team. She has worked in the mid-range area for more than 20 years holding a wide variety of positions at IBM, from field support to Technical Education to Technical Marketing of WebSphere Development Studio for iSeries. During her career, Alison has continually specialized in the areas of application development anddatabase. In her present position, Alison provides worldwide technical support to ISVs and customers on programming languages and WebSphere Development tools for the iSeries. Developing and promoting one of the iSeries key initiatives, the iSeries Developer Roadmap is a key component in her current responsibilities. Alison is a regular speaker at technical conferences and COMMON conferences around the world and holds numerous Speaker Excellence medals from COMMON North America.
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|Conference name:||MITEC Meeting|
|Start time:||4/17/2007 5:30 PM (UTC -4)|
|Tools:||Whiteboard, Screen sharing|
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