iSeries training and education
- September 18, 2006
The Common user group unveiled the iSociety, which is designed as a kind of Myspace for iSeries folks. Common and IBM hope the site will boost support around the platform from current users and bring new ones into the fold
- April 06, 2006
IBM might provide some financial support, but it's the people behind schools like Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, Wis. that make System i5 education work.
- March 23, 2006
As IBM's iSeries server platform stands on a cusp of sorts, with rollercoaster revenues and shifting execs, many iSeries pros turn to the user group COMMON for information. Search400.com recently traded e-mails with officials at the System i5 ...
- March 02, 2006
IBM customers and partners say Big Blue needs to do more to attract new blood to the iSeries. So IBM is bringing customers and partners to the campus and touting entry level hiring and internships.
- February 21, 2006
According to Nate Viall, iSeries recruiter and analyst, the job market looks good for 2006, and the conditions are right for iSeries shops to start hiring entry-level workers again. But after years of stagnancy, where will they come from?
- December 14, 2005
As SOA gains traction, organizations will be looking for architects and project managers with the right skill sets, though the supply needs to catch up with the demand.
- December 05, 2005
IBM and the iSeries user group COMMON are sponsoring the second annual iSeries Innovation awards. Nominations for the awards are being accepted through the end of this month.
- September 08, 2005
With IBM's iSeries technical conference scheduled in Florida, site of the upcoming COMMON show, many iSeries users are wondering which show to attend.
- August 23, 2005
Search400.com asked readers if they would recommend RPG or COBOL programming as a career for their children. Here is a sampling of the responses.
- August 18, 2005
Big Blue hopes to fight the effects of age on its installed user base by attracting some of the nation's brightest IT students into its Speed Team iSeries internship program.