Or why there's no excuse for not including that disclaimer in a 140-character Tweet.
Written by Bill Rice
After a meeting of the Board, the CFO of a prominent clothing retailer sent an upbeat and seemingly harmless tweet from his private Twitter account: "Board meeting: Good numbers=Happy Board." One problem: Official earnings hadn't yet been released to all investors, so the CFO's Twitter followers were now privy to insider information, and the CFO was quickly fired for "improperly communicating company information through social media." Read More >>
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Reusing IBM i program objects with Call/Parm has been in RPG programmer kit bags for years. This article shows how to call IBM i program objects from Windows.
Written by Roger Pence
All IBM i shops have legacy RPG applications. These applications are typically built out of hundreds, sometimes thousands, of RPG programs. It's not uncommon for many of those RPG programs to be reusable program objects that are called by many other RPG programs in the application.