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in Industry Bits Jan 14, 2013

John Earl, IBM i Internet and Security Pioneer 

John Earl, our long-time colleague and contributor to iPro Developer and its predecessors, passed away January 3 after a long battle with brain....More
IBM i support
in Industry Bits Dec 03, 2012

IBM Maps IBM i Support Through 2026 

It's good news for all IBM i customers and enthusiasts to know that IBM has recommitted to supporting and refreshing the operating system for as far....More
in Industry Bits Nov 29, 2012

Today a Good Day to Read Tweets--IBM i Support Through 2026! 

Tweets from CAAC in Rochester: Chart shows #IBMi support/release schedule through 2026. Awesome! @petem59 @stevencpitcher @Steve_Will_IBMi....More
in Industry Bits Nov 27, 2012

Nominate an IBM i Innovator for COMMON's Annual Award 

You can get a project the attention it deserves by nominating it for the 2013 COMMON/IBM Power Systems Innovation Award by January 14, 2013. The....More
in Industry Bits Oct 23, 2012

LISUG Creams Beckman with Pie After 'Is RPG Dead?' Presentation 

LISUG of New York invited iPro Developer's Mel Beckman to talk about the future of RPG, and then 'made him pay' with a pie in the face....More
in Industry Bits Oct 23, 2012

Help/Systems Buys CCSS Business 

Help/Systems acquired IBM i performance monitoring and message management vendor CCSS....More

PHP Conditional Statements Lead to Swiss Cheese Syndrome 

I'm certain it's my lack of programmer experience and not working in the field that makes it this way for me, but one PHP topic gets me lost and then....More

Arrays Cause PHP Student's D'oh Kind of Day 

Rita shares where she went wrong in her arrays homework over the (not long enough) weekend....More

Second PHP Session: Data Types, Algebra, No Two Programs Alike 

I wrote my PHP version of the famous "Hello, World" script for my second PHP I: Foundations class with Zend, and while I had great confidence in its....More

Hello, World Script Makes for Challenging PHP Homework 

I've completed my first PHP homework assignment just in time for my second PHP I: Foundations session with Zend tomorrow morning. It's the famous "....More

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