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IBM i professionals are known for their dedication to the i. But while the platform has evolved, not all i programmersâ€™ skills have kept pace. Perhaps you still code in fixed-format RPG. Or maybe you are just getting started with RPG. Whether youâ€™re an IBM i programmer who has not yet made the leap to modern coding with free-format RPG, ILE, and the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern, or you need more practice with these technologies, you will benefit from this book.
Author David Shireyâ€™s aim in 21st Century RPG: /Free, ILE, and MVC is simple: to help programmers who have been left behind in the IBM iâ€™s evolution, so they can use newer coding methods to boost productivity, modernize applications, and upgrade their skills. Shirey uses a friendly, humorous teaching style to explain the concepts, along with plenty of code examples and exercises that let readers practice what theyâ€™ve learned. The book is structured so that whether youâ€™re running the latest IBM i OS or an older version, you will learn ways to improve your coding and applications.
Upon reading this book, you will:
|Author Name:||David Shirey|
|Publication Date:||June 27, 2017|
|Product Dimensions:||7 x .75 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||1.3 pounds|
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