iSeries customers and solution providers should be moving to the
WebSphere Development Studio, whether they are working on traditional or
new workload applications. Perhaps you'd like to make the jump but have no
idea how to use the tolls or even what they look like.
Attend tonight for a complete look at the tools. IBM's Doug Fulmer will provide a short overview of the tools, position them and
describe how they are bundled and priced.
Then Don Yantzi, a Toronto developer on the WDS team will spend an
hour or so showing you LIVE
how to work on RPG applications (see why the WDS editor is better than
SEU and PDM), create web applications and connect to DB2 using a database
wizard (see how easy this really is). Also, take a quick look at building
Ask your questions directly to the lab developers.
This is a 'don't miss'
session. We will use an Internet Sametime connection to see live
demonstrations of these new iSeries tools.
Internet e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WW Sales Exec, iSeries e-business Infrastructure
Doug joined IBM in 1974 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He spent 14
years there as a midrange Systems Engineer working on S/3, S/32, S/34,
S/36, S/38 and AS/400.
In 1988, he joined the Kansas City Area Systems Center as an AS/400
specialist, working primarily in the areas of communications and PC
connectivity. He worked for the Minneapolis and Dallas Area Systems
Centers in similar capacity before joining the AS/400 Competency Center in
1991 where he specialized in Client Server application development.
In 1993, he joined the AS/400 brand team as Segment Manager for
In 1996, he became part of the group that brought the IBM Network
Station to market. Then he returned to the AS/400 Division as the
worldwide Segment Manager for Application Development Tools and Middleware
in June of 1998. The focal point of that job was creating the Tools
In 2002, he joined the iSeries brand marketing team as World Wide Sales
Executive for e-business Infrastructure.