Over 70 Sessions in Four Skills Categories
Because NEUGC offers so many sessions and labs, it’s easy to get lost in our schedule. To help you get the most out of your days, we’ve indicated four skills categories to keep you on track. Of course, you are welcome to choose sessions from any track at any time based on your interests.
RPG and Programming Tools View Sessions
This track is intended for programmers. If you write new software or maintain existing RPG applications, you’ll want to know the latest techniques for RPG IV and ILE. Plus, no matter what language you use, you will want hands-on experience with the Rational Development Tools that will make you more productive than SEU and PDM.
SQL and Database View Sessions
The SQL and Database track is recommended for developers, system programmers who want to tune their databases, and for people interested in Business Intelligence and ad-hoc reporting tools. Learn the latest techniques for using SQL (Structured Query Language), the modern way to manage your data. Get hands-on experience with DB2 Web Query for i, the IBM replacement for Query/400. With its browser-based GUI, DB2 Web Query provides your end-users with the reports, charts, spreadsheets, and PDFs they need.
Systems Management View Sessions
The Systems Management track includes upgrade planning, performance tuning, high availability, Logical Partition (LPAR) considerations and sessions on the Hardware Management Console (HMC), the IBM Systems Director Navigator, and other systems management tools provided with the IBM i operating system.
Web Development View Sessions