May 4, 2022
- LEAD ARTICLE: SQL 101: Introducing the UMADB Database, Part 2
- FEATURED ARTICLE: Introducing Free-Format RPG IV, Part 1
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: More than Half of Chief Supply Chain Officers Surveyed Would Sacrifice Profit for Sustainability
- FEATURED NEWS: IBM's Annual Think Conference to Expand Globally, Providing an Interactive Platform for Clients and Partners Around the World
- WHITE PAPER: Why Migrate When You Can Modernize?
- FEATURED VIDEO: Barcode400
- EVENT: POWERUp 2022
Last time around, I started introducing the UMADB database. Let’s proceed with that discussion now.
By Rafael Victória-Pereira
I discussed the Students table in the previous article, so now let’s go over the rest of the tables of our fictitious database, starting with the Courses table.
For those new to free format, getting started is sometimes the toughest part.
By Jim Martin
Editor's Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 4 of Free-Format RPG IV: Third Edition, by Jim Martin.
Frankly, it’s not easy to change the way you’ve done something for a long time, especially programming. If you have come this far and want to try writing a little program in the new format, this book will help you begin. We start our tour of free-format calculations in this chapter, with an overview of the free-format structure and a look at some key operations and features.
Explore the main considerations you should be aware of before embarking on a (migration or modernization) project. Take a deeper dive into business motivations and factors that could potentially influence your decision to migrate or modernize your existing IT platform and its risks.
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IBM's Annual Think Conference to Expand Globally, Providing an Interactive Platform for Clients and Partners Around the World
Think 2022 to kick-off in Boston–in-person and virtually–May 10 & 11 followed by a multi-city in-person, international Think on Tour
By IBM Corporation
IBM today announced the international expansion of its annual Think conference, returning as a series of exclusive, invite-only, in-person event experiences held in more than a dozen cities around the world. After two years as a digital-only event, Think will convene IBM's worldwide community of thinkers, makers, doers and creators to explore conversations around data and AI, cybersecurity, quantum computing, and business modernization via the hybrid cloud — all through the lens of real, local stories and applications.