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Jan 15 2009   8:59AM GMT

iSociety fireside chat on CL programming



Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
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COMMON
Programming

The iSociety, an online social group for IBM System i users and followers, will be holding a fireside chat later today.

The group, which the user group COMMON started more than two years ago, has had a bunch of these so-called “fireside” chats, which are basically scheduled online chats. In the past they’ve had these chats on i5/OS, MySQL and PHP, and System i Developer.

This time around the chat will be on “Modern CL Programming” and will be led by Kevin Forsythe of DMC Consulting. The email I received said that it will be a “detailed look at CL Programming that incorporates recent enhancements to the language,” including “subroutines, pointers, Loops, structured programming options, and more.”

The online event starts at 1p.m. Eastern and is free, but you have to be a member (which is also free). Go to the iSociety chat page to learn more.

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  • Mark Fontecchio
    This Fireside Chat is postponed 1 day - it will now be held on Friday, January 16th at 12noon US Central time - 1pm US Eastern time.
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  • Mark Fontecchio
    Sorry I missed this. The announcement email came at 1:09 and with no advance notice, I could not get free. Please allow more time when sending these notices. Thank you. Vicki
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