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Frequently asked RPG IV questions Partner400 RPG World IBM's RPG IV Programming Learning Path Web-based training for RPG IV programming RPG IV programming training from Rochester Initiative Redbook: Who Knew You Could Do That with RPG IV? A Sorcerer's Guide to System Access and More Redbook: Moving to Integrated Language Environment for RPG IV
RPG IV Developer Network
A Web site dedicated to the RPG IV programmer, RPG IV Developer Network is packed with toolkits, articles, expert advice, reference manuals and more.
Frequently asked RPG IV questions Before you throw your hands up and give up on your application, check out these questions and answers.
Partner400 Partner400 provides "education for developers by developers." Courses include Moving to RPG IV and Advanced RPG IV and ILE.
RPG developer's conference scheduled for April 2004 in Oak Book, Ill.
IBM's RPG IV Programming Learning Path
IBM offers a step-by-step guide for RPG IV training.
Web-based training for RPG IV programming
Get information about the 13 courses available, including Introduction to RPG IV, Defining Data, Arithmetic Operations.
RPG IV programming training from Rochester Initiative
AS/400 RPG IV Programming is a self-paced, audio cassette training course designed to get RPG programmers started with the RPG IV language.
Redbook: Who Knew You Could Do That with RPG IV? A Sorcerer's Guide to System Access and More
This Redbook focuses on RPG IV as a modern, thriving, and rich application development language for the 21st century. It is written for those AS/400 system programmers that are in the cusp between RPG/400 and RPG IV and are looking for hints and tips to make the move forward worth their while.
Redbook: Moving to Integrated Language Environment for RPG IV
This Redbook provides an introduction to the RPG IV language and guidelines for implementing applications using the Integrated Language Environment.
This was first published in January 2004