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April 9, 2008  11:17 PM

Search400.com – Power Systems Announcment Shines at COMMON



Posted by: David Vasta
AIX on Power, COMMON - A users group, David on System i, i on Power, Linux in System i

LINK to Article written by David Vasta (aka ME) Here are some highlights: "Nashville, Tenn., is traditionally...

March 3, 2008  2:32 PM

Dreaming and thinking about COMMON



Posted by: David Vasta
AS/400, COMMON - A users group, Linux in System i, System i

I know this is starting to look like the COMMON blog but you don't have a System i community without COMMON and right now my day to day activities are very COMMON based. I don't work on my COMMON sessions at work mind you but when I get home and the sun goes down I grab the MacBook Pro and fire up...


February 21, 2008  2:36 AM

Chris Maxcer is getting all geared up for COMMON



Posted by: David Vasta
AS/400, COMMON - A users group, Linux in System i, System i

I am not the only one getting all nuts about the upcoming COMMON in Nashville, TN at the Opyland Hotel. I went there as a kid when I think I was about 11 or 12 and it was fun. I am sure it's...


February 13, 2008  8:17 PM

Presenting at COMMON : an overview of Linux & System i



Posted by: David Vasta
AS/400, COMMON - A users group, David on System i, Linux in System i, System i

COMMON again is fast approaching (March 30 -April 2) and I wanted to take a moment to give you a really quick overview as to what I am presenting at COMMON and why you should think about...


January 10, 2008  2:38 AM

System i – Tip of the Week



Posted by: David Vasta
AS/400, Linux, Linux in System i, System i, Tip of the Week

It's not so much a tip as it is a little insight that might over time be a tip.

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December 22, 2007  3:38 PM

System i Data Center Wish List



Posted by: David Vasta
CIO, DataCenter, Linux, Linux in System i, Microsoft Windows, Storage, System i

With Christmas fast approaching and I am still figuring out what I would like to have under the tree from Santa, I ran across an article that said what


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