Topic: Modern RPG - Unrealized Capabilities

Date:Tuesday June 18, 2013
Time:5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)
Location: IBM-Southfield
18000 West Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075 (map
Speaker:George Slater, Michelle Gavalya
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Presentation file (Powerpoint)

Leverage your existing IT staff and infrastructure in ways that you might not have imagined!

George and Michelle will present code samples that will allow you to...

Or maybe... just add an auto refresh of a screen in a program.

Open discussion will be invited as code samples are presented.

Take-aways include:

About the Presenters:

Michelle Gavalya

Michelle Gavalya

Michelle Gavalya is a Project Leader with Nutech Systems. She has been working with the IBM i as a developer over the past 12 years. Before joining Nutech Systems, Michelle gained much of her experience working as a programmer analyst and software systems manager for two business related to the automotive industry. Working with Nutech, Michelle has lead major integration projects for clients ranging from Smith and Wesson to working with Le Creuset at their Andover, Hampshire location in the United Kingdom.


George Slater

George Slater

George Slater is an Information Systems consultant with Arbor Solutions, Inc. He brings decades of experience working with companies large and small in diverse business sectors. George has assisted in training personnel to create leading edge web design and development. He has exceptional technical proficiency utilizing SQL, PHP, and the application of Opto 22 equipment to interface shop floor devices with the IBM i. George holds ICCP certifications in IT management and Systems Development, and specialist certificates from IBM as an RPG IV developer.


Not George!