|Date:||Thursday, Feb 15, 2007|
|Time:||5:30 - Deli Snack, 6:00 - Meeting|
18000 West Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075 (map)
|Notes:||Presentation materials (ZIPed - 5.44 Meg)|
The IBM Toolbox for Java is a set of Java classes and tools for accessing IBM System iTM data and resources from any Java environment. The IBM Toolbox for Java 2 Micro Edition enables you to write Java programs that allow a variety of wireless devices, like personal digital assistants and cell phones, to directly access System i data and resources. In this session, learn:
Kim Button is the team leader for the IBM Toolbox for Java and JTOpen. Her team is responsible for providing access to the data and resources on the System i from any platform that supports Java. Prior to this role, Kim was the lead developer for the Toolbox JDBC driver and assisted with the development and testing of the XSL-FO support. In January of 2003, Kim joined IBM Rochester as a software engineer. She graduated from South Dakota State University with a BS dual-major in Mathematics and Computer Science.