- 03/10–12/2015Lake Lawn Resort, Delevan, Wisconsin, USAI'll be presenting several talks. Excellent conference of a size that affords opportunity to spend time with speakers.
- 04/14/2015Goeglein Catering, 7311 Maysville Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815 "A day with Alan Seiden" at STATUS. Workshop format, combining talks on PHP, RPG, DB2, performance, IBM i, with interactive approach, tackling attendee needs.
- 04/26–29/2015Anaheim, CaliforniaI'll be giving several talks about PHP on IBM i, performance, and more, at the largest Power Systems conference and expo
- 06/02/2015VisTaTech Center, Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia, MI 48152 (near Detroit)A one-day conference with over 50 sessions and a vendor showcase. An efficient, cost-effective way to update your knowledge. I'll be speaking about web performance, DB2 and PHP, the new PHP toolkit for IBM i, and more.
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Zendcon, the premier PHP conference, Oct. 27-30, 2014, has a dedicated IBM i track and a special day of IBM i workshop tutorials, to be presented on Oct. 27 by consultant Alan Seiden and IBM’s Tony Cairns, teaching details of performance and DB2 while answering attendee questions in a focused setting. Other tutorials will teach advanced Git, Zend Framework 2, and more. Mike Pavlak will present sessions, co-host an IBM i reception, and ensure that Zendcon is an excellent investment for IBM i attendees. Conference in Santa Clara, California. More information: http://zendcon.com or http://www.alanseiden.com/2014/08/12/zendcontutorial-discount-expires-aug-15/ Continue reading
I recently needed to know if a client’s IBM i 7.1 system had Technology Refresh 4 (TR4). If it did, I could use the relatively new INSERT with remote SUBSELECT technique, which allows a single SQL statement to copy DB2 … Continue reading
ZendCon, the premier PHP conference, October 27-30, 2014, in Santa Clara, California, has a discount expiring August 15 31 (extended!). When you register, be sure to include the tutorial day (Oct. 27). If you already registered but forgot to add … Continue reading