This book speaks directly to the thousands of IBM i programmers who develop in RPG, COBOL, CL, and DDS every day.
By Susan Gantner
Whether you're an RSE neophyte, an experienced RSE user, or still a dyed-in-the-wool SEU user wondering if there's a better way, you should read this book. It does an excellent job of covering the basics while still offering many tips and details beyond the basics that even I didn't know--despite having used RSE for years.
The authors--Don Yantzi and Nazmin Haji--are both part of the IBM development team that produces RSE, so it's hard to find anyone who knows the toolset better.
Lotus Notes 8.5's new social computing features integrate with Internet calendars.
By Chris Smith
One of the things that you notice when you attend a presentation by IBM's Scott Handy is that his laptop of choice is a Mac.
You don't get a chance to digest this fact on your own because Handy tells you straight out that it's his slide presentation and he prefers that it not get screwed up, so he's choosing to deliver it on an Apple MacBook.