The IBM i operating system running on IBM Power Systems is a platform in transition. Today's programmers must have a solid understanding of IBM i's traditional concepts and tools, but they also need to know how to take advantage of the latest tools and methods. Now, both new and experienced programmers finally have a complete and up-to-date resource for the tools and concepts needed to work with today's IBM i.
For new IBM i programmers, the book introduces the fundamentals of working with the system, explaining traditional tools and concepts as well as IBM's latest tools in depth. For veteran programmers, the book provides the resources to gain the expertise required to update current skills. The book serves as a handbook for many of IBM's newest tools, providing information that will be useful regardless of your level of IBM i expertise.
Mastering IBM i is equally well suited to a classroom setting or individual study. Like its highly regarded predecessor, Mastering the AS/400, the book takes an hands-on, experience-based approach to learning. Each chapter includes key terms and review questions plus step-by-step chapter labs that reinforce understanding through doing. New chapters cover Rational Developer for Power (RDP), Remote System Explorer, RDP's Screen Designer and Report Designer, IBM i Access for Windows, IBM i Access for Web, and IBM DB2 Web Query for i.
With Mastering IBM i, you will:
|Author Name:||Jim Buck and Jerry Fottral|
|Publication Date:||May 1, 2011|
|Product Dimensions:||8 x 1.5 x 10 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||3.2 pounds|
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