Welcome to another edition of Talsco Weekly IBM i Brief: ARCAD DevOps product integrated into Merlin. The HA / DR market continues to thrive, according to Maxava. Modernization: APIs and Web Services Explained. Development: Development Mascots. Comparing Languages used on the IBM i. Security: IBM Facsimile Support Privilege Escalation. IBM i Brief ARCAD DevOps product […]
As RPG developers on the IBM i platform reach retirement age, it has led to a concern about the availability of RPG Developers and the potential impact it will have on businesses that rely on mission critical RPG applications.
The one thing that needs to be addressed is that the availability of RPG developers, or the lack thereof, is not as big of an issue as one might think when it comes to the future of the IBM i platform.
Welcome to another edition of Talsco Weekly Trends: Application Performance Management comes to the IBM i. What are Microservices? The IBM i is transforming business. History: IBM computer commercials with cast from MASH. The “Lost” IBM AS/400 (iseries, powersystem i). Development: What is Next.js? Trends Application Performance Management comes to the IBM i As the […]
Welcome to another edition of Talsco Weekly News: RPG is not going away, EVER. Neither is the IBM i. Training: How to build a Fullstack App from Scratch using Node.js. IBM i community is rock solid. Development: Truths of a Self-Taught Programmer. SQL has a constant for pi. News RPG is not going away, EVER. […]
Welcome to this weeks edition of Talsco Weekly. News: IBM sells off another company to make room for its long-term strategy. Amazon is a Go. AI: What is Swam AI, AI Security and what is in store for AI in 2019. Leadership: Retaining talent in 2019 and how to maximize your impact as a leader. […]
Position Title: IBM i Developer / Analyst – RPG Have you ever thought, gone are the days where you can start and finish your career with just one company. Not so fast, I found one. I was recently approached by one such company. A company that treats you like family, because you are family. A […]
You think it’s old, not so fast The other day I had someone comment to me that the AS/400 is old and outdated. Have you heard that before? Rather than running through my usual explanation of the history of the AS/400 and the differences between it and the IBM i, I felt it would be […]